Justin Reyna is the owner of Swole House and the chief Neufit Provider at the clinic. With a combination of his education in physical therapy, Rehabilitation Sciences, corrective exercise, and exercise science, Justin is able to offer a tailored approach to rehabilitation and Athletic performance for everyone that walks through our doors.
Justin uses a combination of Muscle Activation Technique, Active release, and trigger point with the neufit device to eliminate joint and muscle pains at an accelerated rate.
Justin Reyna is our in-house Sports Nutritionist, he has seen excellent success over the years with his patients whether it be to drop weight, put weight on, or simply improve health standings. Justin believes that in many cases we don’t need to be taking pharmaceuticals to solve our health issues, rather we should go straight to the source and make a positive lifestyle and dieting changes.
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Garrett is the founder of NeuFit in Austin, Texas. But that didn’t happen overnight.
Growing up as a hockey player, he struggled with his own injuries and lack of natural athleticism. These experiences inspired him to do thousands of hours of research and try almost everything that’s out there.
During that process, he met disappointment after disappointment, and became extremely frustrated.
In parallel, he ended up studying to become an Engineer. Seeing nothing but dead ends in the physical therapy realm, Engineering was going to be his “day job” and allow him to build real solutions to problems.
Fortunately, in his last year of college ice hockey (he ended up making some progress and become a practice-squad player), he had a chance encounter with a Functional Neurologist. The new approach he encountered ended up being a big “Eureka!” moment, and he healed torn ligaments on their own – without surgery!
He finally learned about the power of the Nervous System, and found a way to turn his passion for the human body into a way to make a difference in people’s lives.
After some formal apprenticeship and more self-study, he opened his first facility in 2009. It was a very humble beginning: just Garrett and some equipment in 250 square feet.
He continued to evolve, studying with various mentors, performing lots of experimentation, and even entering a Ph.D. program in Neuroscience. Fortunately, his work had a big impact in people’s lives and started to catch on in the community.
Now, the business has grown to have a team of 8 practitioners and is one of the premier fitness and rehabilitation facilities in the country. On any given day, you will likely see some professional and Olympic athletes, along with executives and homemakers, all working to improve their health and fitness. In addition, dozens of other facilities around the country have adopted the NeuFit technology and approach.
During that time, Garrett also patented and launched a new electrical stimulation device, the NEUBIE. It is a very powerful tool that allows NeuFit practitioners to accelerate their clients progress in fitness and injury recovery. The NEUBIE has now helped people of all ages and in almost all situations, helping them get out of pain, improve performance, sometimes avoid surgeries and get out of wheelchairs, and live life at a higher level.
He maintains a limited practice schedule in Austin, and spends more time teaching other practitioners and presenting his work around the country.
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Neufit treatments are not covered by insurance but we do accept the use of FSA and HSA.
The NEUBIE is similar to a TENS unit in that it is a type of electrical stimulation. That is, however, where the similarities stop. The NEUBIE is much more powerful, has different effects on the body, and can do more things.
TENS units use alternating current (AC), while the NEUBIE uses direct current (DC). Some of the beneficial effects of DC on the body are described here.
Whereas a TENS unit is for masking pain, the NEUBIE is able to do so much more. It is FDA-cleared for neuromuscular re-education, maintaining or increasing range of motion, reducing spasms, increasing blood flow, preventing atrophy, relieving pain, and more.
The NEUBIE is FDA-cleared and considered safe as long as it is used within the appropriate guidelines. For example, it is contraindicated for people who have a pacemaker or are pregnant. There are other situations in which practitioners should exercise caution. If you have any questions about your particular situation, please consult your medical professional.
Well, it depends.
Fortunately, the NeuFit System is able to help most of the people who use it. Coupled with the NEUBIE device’s ability to re-educate muscles, increase blood flow, improve range of motion, prevent atrophy, decrease spasms, and relieve or manage pain, the NeuFit system has helped many people recover from sports injuries and various traumas and surgeries.
Of course there are times when therapy and rehab strategies aren’t enough, and more serious interventions are necessary. If something is completely torn, for example, surgery may be the best solution.
The good news is that NeuFit is non-invasive and very safe. Because of the low risks, it is often worth trying as a conservative strategy before considering more serious and invasive interventions like surgery and injections.
Although the Neubie device is not indicated to treat M.S., the NeuFit System has been able to help some people with M.S. manage their symptoms and improve quality of life.
The NEUBIE device is able to reduce spasms, increase range of motion, improve circulation, prevent atrophy, and provide neuromuscular re-education. With the NeuFit protocols, this combination has enabled some people with M.S. to improve function, become more mobile, and return to activities that had become challenging or impossible.
It depends on the situation.
Harnessing the NEUBIE’s capacity for neuromuscular re-education, the NeuFit System has helped some people recover from these challenges in order to restore function. In some cases that recovery has meant slight increases in balance, movement, or the ability to complete activities of daily living. In a few cases it has been as dramatic as helping people get out of wheelchairs and walk again.
There are many factors that affect a person’s recovery potential, so unfortunately NeuFit will not be helpful in all cases. If you or someone you know is dealing with one of these challenges, we encourage you to reach out to us or your local NeuFit Practitioner directly to discuss your situation.