Neurac method is a treatment that aims to restore functional and pain-free movement patterns through high levels of neuromuscular stimulation. The Neurac treatment focuses on muscle interaction and the cause of the problems, not just the symptoms.
Neurac method is founded on up-to-date research and long-standing scientific principles that recommend the use of closed chain exercise for managing neuromuscular skeletal problems and enhancing function.
Neurac is an active treatment approach consisting of four main elements:
1. Suspension exercise
2. Controlled vibration/perturbation to selected body parts
3. Workload, specific and gradual exercise progression
4. A pain-free approach
The aim of the Neurac method is to restore pain-free movement patterns and improve function. Neurac treatment challenges the interplay between muscles and focuses on what is causing the problem – not only on the symptoms.
Please watch this short introduction film – from treatment to home exercise.
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Neurac courses and equipment for treatment
Neurac courses are for physiotherapists and other licensed health professionals with an academic background in anatomy, physiology, pathology, and examination of the musculoskeletal system.
You need to successfully complete the examination process at Neurac 3 to reach the certification and be awarded the title “Certified Neurac Provider”. Then you will become a member of our international network of secure and high qualified Neurac therapists! On the courses youou will learn to use the equipment .
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