Virtual Neuro-Therapy

Who We Work With

nearly anyone with a Nervous System Including...

  • Vulnerable elderly adults to regain strength, movement and stop muscle atrophy after a fall
  • The 60-something who wants to stop their physical decline
  • Tradesmen who can't afford to take time off the job for a nagging shoulder
  • Active weekend warrior dealing with a nagging knee
  • Professional Strongman competitors to rehab from a torn muscle
  • People suffering from debilitating back pain they have dealt with for years
  • Marathoners who need a tune-up on their tweaked hip flexor in preparation for the next race
  • NFL players who feel like they have plateaued in their comeback efforts after injury
  • Developing hockey players who feel they have another level of efficiency in them that is waiting to be unlocked
  • ... and much more.

If you have movement restricted by pain, instability or guardedness, you will benefit greatly from Neuro-Therapy at Evo Performance Rehab

1. Free Consultation

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To get started, set up a free consultation phone call. One of our rehab specialists will be happy to learn about your issue and help you to understand if your issue is one we can likely help. If you live in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, we also offer on-site Neuro-Therapy.

Once we agree to work together, we will mail you one of our machines to rent for at least one month. We will work together a few times a week. You will perform the exercises from our sessions on your own on the remaining days.

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2. Virtual Therapy Process

Progress towards your goals In 3 Steps

Phase One

Locate and Re-Educate

We find the neurological problems and retrain the communication to and from your "inhibited" areas to start your recovery. This lets your nervous system deal with stress without making you move in unproductive ways.

Phase Two

Rehabilitative Strength

Once your nervous system and tissues are communicating with better 'bandwidth', we work to re-establish the optimal biomechanical patterns and build strength in these patterns through a full range of motion.

Phase Three

Resilience Training

Now that you've established and reinforced your ability to use the right muscles for the right jobs, you'll need more strength, conditioning, and awareness to resume the less predictable and more challenging activities in life.

Success Stories

Faster, Longer lasting results than traditional treatments

Adam Bisek, Bodybuilder - Pec Tear Rehab

Adam Bisek, a bodybuilding physique competitor and personal trainer came to Evo Performance Rehab after he had his pec torn and surgically reattached. Adam went through our Neuro-Therapy process and drastically accelerated his recovery.

Normal time to being able to do pushups post surgery: 6 months
Adam's time: 6 weeks

Normal rate of regaining range of motion: 5 degrees per week
Adam's Rate: Full range of motion within 3 treatments.

Zavier Steward, Running Back - Ankle Rehab

Zavier is a talented Running Back, but recently had a knee surgery and a major ankle surgery. Zavier came to Evo Performance Rehab and is now far surpassed what he thought 100% would be for him and the function of his ankle.

Tyler is amazing! I was having a lot of shoulder pain and was consistently seeing a chiropractor but wasn’t seeing much results. I started to go to Evo and now have no shoulder pain! Tyler was very patient and took time to know me and my needs. He is very precise in his work and has a lot of knowledge that he shares. 100% recommend!

Beraiah Peterson
Beraiah Peterson
September 25, 2023

Dom was great to work with! My whole body was buzzing (in a good way) after the session. Dom did a thorough job explaining everything and this therapy is something I would recommend to others!

Jaclyn Thomes
Jaclyn Thomes
September 9, 2023

My husband has been dealing with back pain since I met him 20 years ago. He has ALWAYS had pain, despite his active lifestyle and frequent chiropractic visits. He even had surgery to help because the pain was so immense. The surgery helped, but did not eliminate the pain. It wasn't until he started working with Tyler at Evo Performance Rehab that his pain subsided. Wish we would've found this sooner!

Jackie George LaLonde
Jackie George LaLonde
August 17, 2023

Questions? We got you covered.

What types of injuries do you work with?

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Find a detailed list of injuries we treat on our Injuries page.

How long does it take to see results?

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Often with the neurological soft tissue therapy process, we can see some results immediately within the first evaluation treatment. Normally, once someone engages in the therapy program, they are seeing an upward trend that sees them getting significant relief from their pain within the first four sessions.

They typically experience this within one to two weeks. So usually someone's symptoms are greatly reduced unless they have an extremely acute injury or a significant amount of physical damage.

Several factors can contribute to how quickly someone sees results. These include how well do they follow through on recommendations given for things like posture, or other recovery factors like nutrition, sleep, stress, etc. Even though each person is different, there are predictable levels of progress that one would hope to see.

On rare occasion, if we are not seeing normal levels of progress, we will communicate to the client to let them know these levels of progress are less than we are expecting. Although this is infrequent, we are completely the advocates for the best interest of the client. If there is something unforeseen, or if there is more structural damage than someone was aware of, we may, based on the progress or lack thereof, be able to recommend someone with a great deal of confidence to the right move for what they need to recover to the best level they are capable of.

How many sessions does it take to keep results long term?

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This can differ from person to person. But we typically encourage you to go through at least two to three phases of therapy. The first phase is necessary for absolutely all clients and that is locating and re educating the sources of their issue. Typically, this takes about four sessions to work someone through to the necessary levels.

The second phase typically we are doing a lot of teaching on top of the rehabilitative strength work. So, if someone understands the concept of muscle memory (repeated use of a movement pattern creating neurological adaptation to continue that pattern more easily) they can understand why it is necessary to be consistent with the therapy process.

If you wanted to master the golf swing, you wouldn’t golf once a month or even once a week. You would want to do some level of practice frequently. Typically, we like to work with clients at minimum two times per week during their process to ensure that the muscle memory and movement patterns are consistently corrected and reinforced.

For someone to keep their results long term, there needs to be a combination of the neurological adaptations happening between the brain and the specific areas, as well as an awareness of how can that person change their movement and positioning and posture to allow them to keep their results long term.

This can differ for all people, but typically, we are confident of getting someone a lasting result within the first two to three phases of treatment. Usually we are not seeing someone again for the same issue. Nearly all of our clients develop the strength and learn enough about how to maintain their results during the process that they can keep them for lifelong success.

How does this program differ from physical therapy or chiropractic?

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Learn more about this on our Why Evo page.

Recover with EVO

Each Neuro-Therapy process begins with a free phone consultation, followed by an in-clinic or virtual evaluation treatment session.

We walk you through the Neuro-Therapy process so you can see the significant differences that even one session can make.

This helps us find the best treatment plan for your lasting success.

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