Helping Patients Recover From Pain and Injury
What is the Neufit Method
We don’t believe that pain should be ‘managed’. Certainly not if it can be eliminated. This belief got us started on a quest to discover the most transformative ways we can help our patients recover from injury and surgery more efficiently and completely. And we found it by focusing on our nervous system – our body’s natural control system.
Frankly, we’re incredibly excited by the results our patients are achieving, with many noticing improvements even on their first visit, which propels us forward to share the power of neuromuscular re-education with our peers.
The Neubie® Device – The Heart and Soul of the NeuFit® Method
We admit it, the Neubie electrical stimulation device has become the star of the show at our practice. Afterall, it’s pretty hard to compete with breakthrough results that can occur as quickly as a patient’s very first visit. The Neubie device is like nothing else you’ve seen. FDA-cleared* and patented, it safely sends direct current signals precisely to where your patient is experiencing pain or muscle movement limitations – re-educating their muscles by tapping into the power of the nervous system.
What Issues Can Clinicians Treat With the Neubie & NeuFit Method?
Clinicians have been able to use the NeuFit Method and the Neubie Device to help patients recovering from:
- Plantar fasciitis
- Ankle sprain
- Shin splints
- Knee ligament injury
- Jumper’s knee
- Hamstring strain
- Pulled groin
- Strained quad or hip flexor
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- Rotator cuff injury
- Shoulder impingement
- UCL strain
- Tennis elbow
- Carpal tunnel
- Trigger finger
- Swelling and lymphedema
- Other strained or torn muscles
- Chronic pain
- Recovery from orthopedic surgery
Clinicians have also seen success using the NeuFit Method to help patients with neuromuscular re-education and regaining function lost due to:
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Multiple Sclerosis (M.S.)
...And other neurological injuries or diseases
After helping people recover from their initial injury, many practitioners also use the NeuFit Method and Neubie Device to help patients and clients return to fitness or sports performance training, supporting a sustainable and efficient regimen that often helps them achieve results faster and safer than traditional training.