Neurac is an evidence-based treatment approach with over 25 published studies to its credit. The method is superior to most traditional forms of physical rehabilitation because it addresses the source of a person’s health condition, and not just the symptoms. Whether the goal is to perform the simplest task, or to excel at the highest athletic level, Neurac is a safe and highly effective way to address the strength needs for people of all ages.
Guthrie RJ, Grindstaff TL, Croy T, Ingersoll CD, Saliba SA.
The effect of traditional bridging or suspension-exercise bridging on lateral abdominal thickness in individuals with low back pain. READ MORE
Journal of Sport Rehabilitation 2012;21:151-60
Kang H, Jung J, Yu J.
Comparison of trunk muscle activity during bridging exercises using a sling in patients with low back pain. READ MORE
Journal of Sports Science and Medicine 2012;11:510-15
Tsauo J.Y., Cheng, P.F and Yang, R.S.
The effects of sensorimotor training on knee proprioception and function for patients with knee osteoarthritis: a preliminary-report. READ MORE
Clin Rehabil 2008; 22; 448
Objective: To investigate the effects of a sensorimotor training programme in osteoarthritic patients.
Stuge B, Veierød M B, Lærum E, Vøllestad N
The Efficacy of a Treatment Program Focusing on Specific Stabilizing Exercises for Pelvic Girdle Pain After Pregnancy. A Two-Year Follow-up of a Randomized Clinical Trial.Spine Volume 29, Number 10, pp E197-E203, 2004. (Available Online only).
The article is available on www.spinejournal.com
Seiler et. al
Sling Exercise Training improves balance, kicking velocity and torso stabilization strength in elite soccer players. READ MORE
Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise 38(5):S243, 2006
Purpose: To determine the impact of a Sling Exercise Training (SET) core stability program on postural balance, kicking velocity, functional strength, and back pain in elite level soccer players.
Seiler S, Skaanes P.T, Kirkesola G.
Effects of Sling Exercise Training on maximal clubhead velocity in junior golfers. READ MORE
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 38(5):S286, 2006
Purpose: To determine the impact of a Sling Exercise Training (SET) core stability program on maximal club-head velocity in competitive junior golf players.
Seiler S. and Sæterbakken A.
A Unique Core Stability Training Program Improves Throwing Velocity in Female High School Athletes. READ MORE
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 40(5, supplement), s25, 2008.
Purpose: To determine the impact of a Sling Exercise Training (SET) core stability program on maximal throwing velocity in high school age female team handball players.
Prokopy et al
Prokopy, MP, Ingersoll, CD, Nordenschild, E, Katch, FI, Gaesser GA, Weltman A.
Closed-kinetic chain upper-body training improves throwing performance of NCAA Division 1 Softball players. READ MORE
Journal of Strength and conditioning 22(6): 1790-1798, 2008