Foundational Techniques in the NeuFit Method

NeuFit Practitioner Certification Course Preview

This NeuFit Practitioner Certification course will provide you with the most powerful and transformative techniques that you can use to improve outcomes with a majority of patients. You'll learn foundational principles of neuroscience, several assessment and treatment strategies, and how to use the Neubie in a range of ways.

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Course Curriculum

Get continuing education credits and access to resource library

The course is broken up into short videos, each covering an individual concept, technique, or exercise. As you go through the course the first time, you can use it to gain familiarity and competence with the material. After the course , you will continue to have access for as long as you're working with us. You can use it as a resource library to refer back to when you need to review a technique or find new ways to try treating it in certain situations. Upon completion of the course, you will automatically be provided with a NeuFit Certified Practitioner Certificate which qualifies for 25 continuing education credits from NeuFit.

  • Why Does NeuFit Exist?

  • How to use this course

  • Live Q&A Dates

  • Before We Begin

  • Level 1 Course Manual

  • Goals for Level 1 Certification
  • The Brain's #1 Priority
  • The Nervous System is a Feedback Loop
  • Inputs
  • Outputs
  • Inputs and Outputs in Practice
  • Output Based vs Input Based Approach
  • Proprioception
  • Resilience
  • The Protect-Perform Continuum
  • A Modern Understanding of Pain and the Threat Bucket
  • Flow of a Treatment Session
  • Introduction to Muscle Testing and Activations
  • Laying Down a Foundation for Testing
  • Guidelines for Performing Muscle Tests
  • Lower Body Muscle Testing
  • Posterior Tests
  • Why Do Activations Work?
  • Important Note About Activations
  • Instructions for Performing Muscle Activations
  • Psoas and Diaphragm Activations
  • Quad and Lateral Sling Activations
  • Glute and Hamstring Activations
    Muscle Testing for the Foot and Lower Leg
  • Lower Leg Activations
  • AC vs DC Current
  • Indications and Contraindications for Use
  • Lower Body Primary Scan
  • Secondary Scan
  • Lower Body Treatment
  • Intro to Mobilizations
  • Foot and Ankle Mobilizations
  • Knee Mobilizations
  • Hip Mobilizations
  • Lumbar Spine Mobilizations
  • Upper Body Muscle Tests
  • Abdominals and Neck Flexors
  • Lat, Pec and Trap Activations
  • Rotator Cuff Activations
  • Pronators and Supinators
  • Upper Body Retesting
  • Secondary Activation Points for the
  • Upper Body
  • Primary Scan for the Upper Body
  • Secondary Scan for the Upper Body
  • Upper Body Treatment
  • Cervical and TMJ Mobilizations
  • Thoracic Spine Mobilizations
  • Shoulder Mobilizations
  • Elbow Mobilizations
  • Hand and Wrist Mobilizations
  • Additional Important Points for Joint Mobilizations
  • Master Reset
  • Foot Bath
  • Hand Bath
  • Using the Neubie on the Neck and Jaw
  • Introduction to Nerve Glides
  • Accessory Nerve Glide
  • Facial and Trigeminal Nerve Glides
  • Axillary Nerve Glide
  • Suprascapular Nerve Glide
  • Musculocutaneous Nerve Glide
  • Radial Nerve Glide
  • Median and Ulnar Nerve Glides
  • Tibial, Peroneal and Sural Nerve Glides
  • Femoral Nerve Glide
  • Obturator Nerve Glide
  • Saphenous Nerve Glide
  • Using Nerve Glides as a Warm-Up
  • Working with Neurological Populations
  • Testimonials
  • Working with Post-Surgical Populations
  • Moving Along the Bridge from
  • Rehab to Fitness
  • Stress Physiology
  • Heart Rate Variability
  • Breathing and the SAID Principle
  • Safety and Effects of Different Frequencies
  • Body Weight Movements with the Neubie
  • Introduction to ERAs
  • ERA Lunge
  • ERA Push Up
  • Introduction to Yielding Isometrics
  • Yielding Isometric Lateral Raise
  • Introducing the Neubie to Potential Clients
  • NeuFit Napkin Pitch
  • What is NeuFit?

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