Proven Pain Relief

Neuroglide is a back/neck pad designed for daily management of chronic pain.

Proven Pain Relief

Discover a doctor-recommended,
clinically-proven pain relief and recovery therapy device.

Neuroglide’s air channel system generates waves of gliding pressure that travel up your back and neck. The direction, strength and tempo of these pressure waves must be very specific to stimulate the tissues in just the right way to produce the range of therapeutic benefits.

Neuroglide is not a massage device. It doesn’t apply strong pressures to deep tissues. Neuroglide uses gentle pressure to emulate the proven therapeutic effects of MLD treatment.

Neuroglide is a new category of touch therapy device. By gently and skillfully activating your body’s lymphatic system, Neuroglide triggers your body’s natural capacity to relax, relieve pain, and recover.

  • Pain Reducing - stimulates pain receptors in the back & neck
  • Calming/Sleep - promotes relaxation of the nervous system
  • Decongesting/Detox - gently activates the lymph vessels
  • Immunologic - stretch/release pressures accelerate lymphatic flow

Make a ritual of relaxing your nervous system.

Managing your fibromyalgia requires that you take time every day to relax, de-stress, and quiet your nervous system. Neuroglide makes it easy for you to take an active role in taking back your life, simply through the passive action of lying down and closing your eyes.

Enjoy a gentle touch therapy unlike traditional massage.

Relax your body and reduce pain by stimulating your parasympathetic nervous system.

Safe for daily use in the privacy of your home.

Start a self-care routine that will help you sleep better.⁺

What people are saying

"I was impressed with how it replicated the gentle strokes used for Manual Lymph Drainage. I look forward to using Neuroglide with my MLD clients and incorporating it into a traditional massage for added pain relief and relaxation.”
Michelle Lason
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"I was impressed with how it replicated the gentle strokes used for Manual Lymph Drainage. I look forward to using Neuroglide with my MLD clients and incorporating it into a traditional massage for added pain relief and relaxation.”
Michelle Lason
“After using Neuroglide, I was amazed at how good it made me feel, but also how different the experience was from a conventional massage.”
Nick Leviton
"There are so many devices out there that claim to improve recovery. None of them are this simple to use, this friction-free, and this delightful. Lay down and let Neuroglide take care of the rest."
Matt Brown
“Neuroglide’s a convenient way for me to manage my pain. I like that I can use it at home, and on my schedule.”
Cesar Acosta
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For 30 minutes a day, Neuroglide can help you take your life back.

Neuroglide is not a massage device. It doesn’t apply strong pressures to deep tissues. Neuroglide uses gentle pressure to emulate the proven therapeutic effects of Manual Lymphatic Drainage treatment.

Neuroglide’s air channel system generates waves of gliding pressure that travel up your back and neck. The direction, strength and tempo of these pressure waves must be very specific to stimulate the tissues in just the right way to produce the range of therapeutic benefits.

Neuroglide is a new category of touch therapy device and has been cleared by the FDA for the temporary relief of minor muscle aches and pains. By gently and skillfully activating your body’s lymphatic system, Neuroglide triggers your body’s natural capacity to relax, relieve pain, and recover.

How can Neuroglide Therapy improve quality of life for fibromyalgia patients?

Fibromyalgia is a little-understood chronic pain condition that is thought to be caused by abnormal sensory processing in the central nervous system (CNS). It manifests in musculoskeletal pain throughout the body, usually accompanied by fatigue and sleep issues, memory problems, and mood disturbances.

There are no real treatments for fibromyalgia, which compounds the frustration that many patients feel when living with the condition. There are, however, typically-prescribed coping mechanisms to help assuage symptoms, such as exercise, daily journaling or relaxation techniques, and limiting caffeine intake, among others.

These "coping mechanisms" can sometimes feel like insurmountable hurdles in and of themselves. Finding time every day to "de-stress" effectively, or committing to a daily exercise routine, are simply not possible or realistic for everyone.

Neuroglide makes it easy to incorporate multiple fibro coping mechanisms into a single passive self-care practice—one that's easy to commit to, and which requires no effort on the part of the user.

  1. Relaxation: Neuroglide has been shown to be a deeply relaxing therapeutic modality. The pad's unique gentle, gliding pressure profile triggers the body's parasympathetic nervous system (PNS), activating the natural relaxation and "rest and digest" functions that are so often under-active in fibromyalgia sufferers.
  2. Dedicated "Me Time": Time spent on the Neuroglide Back/Neck Pad not only settles the nervous system; it also settles the mind and serves as a concrete way to reclaim a small portion of the day as one's own. Even two 15- or 30-minute Neuroglide sessions per day can help alleviate your pain.
  3. Gentle, Soothing Massage: For most people living with fibromyalgia, traditional massages are a no-go, since deeper pressures and manipulations will simply cause more pain. Neuroglide offers an entirely different kind of massage experience—one that's well-suited for those with overactive pain receptors.
  4. Improved Sleep: A unique benefit of Neuroglide therapy is the effect it has on sleep quality. An observational study performed by Eva Medtec and a well-known wearable device manufacturer showed that using the Neuroglide Pad for 30 minutes before going to bed resulted in a significant increase in time spent in Deep and REM sleep cycles.

How does Neuroglide Therapy relieve pain?

There are at least three well-studied neurophysiological mechanisms that contribute to Neuroglide’s effectiveness in relieving and managing pain.

1. Neuroglide therapy uses gentle touch that can inhibit pain.

When you cut or bang your finger, a natural response is to grab and hold the injured area, because the pressure helps to dull the pain. This effect is known as “analgesic touch”—how sensory pressure signals inhibit the transmission of pain signals to the brain.

The persistent, gentle pressures that Neuroglide applies below the skin provide a steady stream of pain-inhibiting touch signals that help to alleviate pain throughout the body.

2. Neuroglide therapy may reduce stress-related pain.
Stress can cause pain, tightness or soreness in your muscles, as well as spasms of pain. Stress can also lower your threshold of pain, leading to muscle flare-ups.

Neuroglide therapy triggers your body’s relaxation response, which helps to reduce pains that are aggravated by stress.

3. Neuroglide therapy may help manage inflammation-related pain.
Inflammation is vital to your immune response to injury and infection, but persistent inflammation can aggravate pain.

Neuroglide therapy improves circulation in the lymphatics and dermal tissues that clears away chemicals and hormones contributing to inflammation, which may reduce inflammation-related pain.

How does Neuroglide Therapy help you relax and relieve stress?

Neuroglide feels great to use, but the therapeutic benefits of relaxation involve much more than a pleasant experience. Neuroglide therapy can help to trigger your natural relaxation response, providing regular opportunities for your body to rest and recover.

There are at least two neurophysiological mechanisms that contribute to Neuroglide’s relaxation effects:

1. Neuroglide therapy can trigger the “rest and digest” relaxation response. The soothing action of waves of gentle pressure beneath your skin stimulates your parasympathetic nervous system, which helps the body transition from a stressed “fight or flight” state to a relaxed “rest and digest” state.

2. Neuroglide therapy can trigger the “affective touch” response. “Affective touch” is touch that is experienced as pleasurable and soothing.

Over the past 15 years we have learned that there are sensory nerve fibers in our body that only respond to slow, gentle stroking of the skin. The brain interprets these touch signals as a sign that you are in an environment of safety, security, and belonging.

These kinds of social signals have well-documented therapeutic benefits that include deep relaxation and improved immune response.


Neuroglide Pain Relief and Recovery System

Order the Neuroglide Pain Relief and Recovery System today!

  • System includes Controller Unit and a Back/Neck Pad
  • $2,395 and FREE SHIPPING!
  • Orders are shipped within 1-2 business days
  • Risk-free, 60-day money-back guarantee

Neuroglide offers surprising savings for $200/month.*

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