Definitely inversion therapy! I've had my table since the late '90s and like BA said it is a life saver.
Also, counter stretch and strengthen your core.
Edit: Snowbunny, if you wear heels often it really can have an impact on your low back. Heels pitch the body forward so the back sort of struggles to maintain posture - the upper back can tighten and brace (in an effort to stack over the pelvis and prevent that forward pitch) and the low back struggles to maintain its curve because its in more of an extended position in that pitch. You can Google for the counter stretch or if I can find the copy I have I'll send it to you in a PM.
Last edited by EatRideSleep; 01-25-2013 at 09:51 AM.