Look for a sturdy, secure inversion therapy table designed to easily support your weight as you're hanging upside down. Keep in mind several features on your table:
Make sure the degree of the inversion is controllable. Most frames specify specific minimum and maximum sizes for users. Remember, the larger the frame, the more stable it will be.
Back pads provide comfort during use. Some users prefer minimal padding, while others want plush support. Look for quality materials and construction. Molded beds with mesh padding provide an alternative to padding.
Always consider the platform and clamps of your inversion table. Different models vary in how they position and secure a body to the table. Padded knee bars aid people who do not want to hang upside down by their ankles.