I've had UC/Crohns for 30 years. Believe it or not, I use an inversion table and find it works great. And, hanging inverted for 5 minutes seems to distribute the good stuff further up (or in this case down) into the colon. My GI says he sees the demarcation line farther up the colon than normal when he does my colonoscopies.
The table can be in any room. Once you hang for 5 minutes you can walk around with no problem. I do my treatment before bed. I lay on floor and insert on my side per the instructions. I let things get settled for 2-3 minutes and then hop up and get on the table. Going inverted takes a little practice. Follow the instructions. After you get comfortable with 1 minute or so you'll get used to 3-5 minutes. That's all you need.
BTW, going inverted provides a great stretch especially for the lower spine and hips.
Right now I'm controlling symptoms with this technique about 5-6 nights per week, 3-4 VSL#3, and Lialda. If symptoms crop us, I will up the dose to 2 enemas.
Good luck everyone.