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What is a Neubie?

What is a Neubie? The point is to end the guesswork! (who’s guessing? Maybe change it to a more generic title a la what’s a neubie and how can it help you with X)

Your knee hurts, and you wonder why. Is it because of the way you sit, your mattress, your gait, your shoes? Is it related to the shoulder injury you had 3 years ago? How far down the rabbit hole have you gone looking for answers on YouTube?

You may have seen 10,000 videos from shirt-sleeved YouTube Gurus™ about different ligament exercises or stretches you can do to permanently heal your pain. But which ones are the right ones? And do you have to do them all? Should your life be an ongoing Sisyphean task of static stretching, supplements, and pseudoscience.

With NeuFit, you can eliminate the guesswork. Within minutes, you can figure out exactly which muscles aren't receiving the right neurological signals. Then you can stimulate those muscles to reset, re-train, and re-educate them in a fraction of the time. You no longer have to guess or self-diagnose.

The Neubie ("Neuro-bio-electric Stimulator") is our FDA-approved electrical stimulation device, with two main differences compared to existing technology. These differences allow us to use the Neubie within the NeuFit System to improve outcomes for athletes and patients in a variety of situations.

The first difference is that it uses Direct Current (DC) as opposed to Alternating Current (AC). The therapeutic benefits of DC, particularly on tissue healing, have been known for many years. But there has always been a caveat because DC would also burn the skin.

At a therapeutic current level where a device from AC would cause the body to lock up and be unable to move, our device still allows patients to actively move and allows us to combine it with a rich library of movement protocols. This effect allows us to emphasize eccentric contractions, increase sensory/afferent inputs to the nervous system, and provide an opportunity for accelerated neuromuscular re-education.

Our device offers a solution to this problem by using a combination of waveforms that includes a carrier frequency that allows the DC signal to penetrate the skin and the fatty layers of the tissue and get to where it is needed to have a meaningful effect.

The second difference has to do with its effect on the neuromuscular system. The Neubie has a unique combination of frequencies and waveforms that reduce the protective contractions that normally occur with conventional e-stim devices.

So how do we apply Neubie's technology in recovery?

The NeuFit Method: 3 Steps to Optimal Recovery

At NeuFit, we believe that the key to truly healing your pain and injuries lies in treating your nervous system.

Unfortunately, neurology is so often overlooked in rehabilitation.

When you are injured or suffer trauma, your brain/nervous system tries to protect your body by telling certain muscles to protect themselves. While this may be a good response at first, over time it becomes a problem.

The brain continues to try to protect the body long after the injury, unnecessarily creating patterns that restrict your movement and keep your body in painful, restricted positions. These restrictions are also what prevent you from fully rehabilitating and healing your body.

Managing these neurological responses is the biggest factor in optimizing recovery. The key to this process is to find out exactly where these reactions are occurring in the body.

That's why at NeuFit we follow a thorough process designed to find out where these reactions are happening, reset these reactions, and make a breakthrough to lasting healing!

Step 1: Identify

We begin with a mapping process of the body so we can identify exactly where the nervous system is placing restrictions on your body and limiting you in your movement. This gives us the opportunity to...

Step 2: Reset

When your brain has actively restricted certain muscles and tissues, Neubie helps by opening up pathways for the body to heal more effectively, and often leads to a breakthrough in healing.

Step 3: Breakthrough

By working through these restrictions, you can tap into the range of motion, strength, and ability to move without pain that you had all along - they were just lying there inactive and unable to be expressed.

A Success Story, Hear it from someone who recovered from secondary progressive multiple sclerosis with Neubie!

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Dr. Terry Wahls is a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa where she conducts clinical trials.

She used to be a patient with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis, which confined her to a tilt-recline wheelchair for four years. Dr. Wahls restored her health using a diet and lifestyle program she designed specifically for her brain and now pedals her bike to work each day.

She’s the author of several health and wellness books, including The Wahls Protocol: How I Beat Progressive MS Using Paleo Principles and Functional Medicine, The Wahls Protocol: A Radical New Way to Treat All Chronic Autoimmune Conditions Using Paleo Principles (paperback), and the cookbook The Wahls Protocol Cooking for Life: The Revolutionary Modern Paleo Plan to Treat All Chronic Autoimmune Conditions

Watch this video to learn about some of the exciting breakthroughs we have had with MS patients.

Get started with Neubie now, book an appointment with Aspire

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