By now, it’s pretty likely that you have heard about our FDA-cleared* and patented neuro bio-electric stimulator device, Neubie®. When we first introduced Neubie to physical therapists and chiropractors a little over four years ago, we had no idea it would become so popular. We want to thank everyone who has already added Neubie as part of the NeuFit® Method to their practice. We love to hear from everyone how it is making a difference in reducing pain for your patients’ recovery from injury and surgery, not to mention the athletes for whom you have integrated Neubie into their training regimen.
Here’s what Dr. Alison Monete of Avena Integrative Medical Center, shared with us:
“NeuFit has provided our well-established functional medicine practice with an effective and rapid input- based modality for treating pain. It is in line with our naturopathic mindset of treating the root cause of disease which has allowed us to feel extremely confident recommending it to our patients. The connection patients are making between their physical symptoms and their neurological error messages has been an incredible process to witness. NeuFit has made such a positive impact on our patient community. We only wished we found it sooner!”
But for those who have yet to add the Neubie electrical stimulation device to your practice, you might be wondering, how much does it cost?
We make the Neubie device available to practices as part of a comprehensive package so you will be able to use it with your patients correctly and to their fullest advantage. Together with the device, we include virtual training and certification for you and your colleagues. Our Level 1 Certification Course is approved for 25 CEUs. We also provide you with access to the NeuFit marketing materials with a license to use the NeuFit trademarks and intellectual property so you can share the benefits of having Neubie in your practice with your staff and patients. Neubie comes with a thorough warranty and convenient & responsive online support.
As a Neubie provider, you will be joining a vibrant community of physical therapists and chiropractors. You will be connected together through a private practitioner-only forum to share best practices and insights. We also host monthly mastermind calls for our customers for advanced neuromuscular therapy techniques, business advice, and our latest news. Each call is recorded so you can listen when it is convenient for you.
We’ve priced the entire Neubie package between $15,000 – $20,000 depending on the size of your clinical staff and training needs. We offer discounts for multiple and repeat purchases too.
Financing options are also available. Depending on the terms selected, some clinicians have had payments as low as $400 per month. Best of all, virtually all our customers report the Neubie to be profitable in their first month of use.
Our team at NeuFit is here each day to answer your questions. And when you are ready to add Neubie to your practice, your device will come to you ready to use. We provide a supply of electrodes; neoprene wraps and all the lead wires and power cables you’ll need. It even all fits nicely in a branded rolling suitcase!
We’ve designed and engineered the Neubie device with a lot of pride and attention to detail as practitioners ourselves. Our dedication to excellence extends to how we support our customers too. We believe that breakthrough results in pain management can and should also bring breakthrough performance for the health of a PT or chiropractic practice. You owe it to yourself and your patients to find out more!
Schedule a call with our Neubie team below:
Let’s charge forward to better outcomes together!
*The Neubie device is FDA-cleared for the following uses: maintaining or increasing range of motion, increasing local blood circulation, neuromuscular re-education, preventing atrophy, reducing spasms, preventing venous thrombosis after surgery, management or relief of chronic pain, and management of post-surgical and post-traumatic acute pain. Since it uses the maximum power allowed by law in the United States, it also requires a prescription from a physician or the supervision of a licensed practitioner.