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Teeter Inversion Comfort Cushion


Teeter Inversion Comfort Cushion

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Teeter Inversion Comfort Cushion

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Luxury Comfort Inversion Accessory

Get the premium inversion experience with this thick, supportive foam topper for use with Teeter Inversion Tables*. The Better Back™ Comfort Cushion is designed with a sleek, modern shape and smooth, microfiber surface that minimizes pressure points.

Unlike other padded beds that impede body slide, the Comfort Cushion attaches to the unique track-style ComforTrak and FitSpine table beds using nodes that slide along the grooves, elongating the body to optimize the decompressive stretch.

FitSpine Comfort Cushion is compatible with the X1, X2, X3, LX4, LX5, LX6, LX7, LX8, and LX9 Teeter Inversion Tables.

ComforTrak Comfort Cushion is compatible with the EP-560, EP-860, EP-960, EP-970, NXT-S, and 900LX Teeter Inversion Tables.

Thick & Supportive Foam – The soft, padded surface takes Teeter comfort to the next level, providing a plush surface that minimizes pressure points for superior comfort.

Durable Microfiber Material – Smooth surface further promotes body slide, while anti-microbial & moisture repellent fabric is easy to clean.

Customise & Enhance Your Relief

• Easy Attachment – Shaped to fit the bed perfectly, simply hand-tighten Node-style attachments along the grooves in the ComforTrak bed.
• Effective Decompression – Attachment designs allow the Cushion to move as you move for optimal body slide and decompression.
• Add Lumbar Support – Cut-outs accommodate the Lumbar Bridge accessory for ComforTrak-series models (sold separately).


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  1. Hi Tom, that’s correct. Teeter Inversion Tables are rated for users up to 300lbs.


  1. Hi Pevad,

    Inversion is contraindicated (not recommended) for anyone with surgically implanted orthopedic supports or a significant curvature to the spine. While this does not mean that you cannot invert, it means that you’ll need to check with your doctor before trying inversion. You can find out more about contraindications here: https://teeter.com/blog/faq-items/who-should-use-it/


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