FNOR™ Functional Neuro-Orthopedic Rehabilitation
TREATMENT FOR ORTHOPEDIC CONDITIONS
Functional Neuro-Orthopedic Rehabilitation (FNOR™) is a combination of neuroscience, physical therapy, biotechnology and modern pain management with a non-surgical, non-pharmaceutical approach.
When surgery, injury, or wear-and-tear from your athletic status, cause persistent or chronic pain, we use this multi-modal, systematic approach to effectively treat pain and rapidly restore function.
Common orthopedic conditions* we treat, include:
- ARM AND SHOULDER PAIN - rotator cuff injury, tennis elbow, golfers elbow
- SPINE CONDITIONS - lower back pain, neck pain, disc injury
- HIP AND LEG PROBLEMS - hip arthritis, knee pain, runners knee, Achilles tendon pain, plantar fasciitis
*Orthopedics deals with the treatment of the musculoskeletal system (bones, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and nerves.)
For many patients, the FNOR™ approach brings the real relief they've been waiting for.
FNORTM trained Rehabilitation Specialists
As FNORTM trained rehabilitation professionals, we use specialized techniques in our treatment that intensively stimulate both body and brain, to re-establish connections and boost function.
By treating body and brain simultaneously, you experience unusually rapid reductions in pain and improvements in overall function, even after a long-history of chronic pain or multiple, prior surgeries.
The FNORTM system is applied across a range of common orthopedic conditions beyond joint and spine pain, including movement dysfunction, gait abnormalities, even non-somatic conditions such as traumatic brain injury (including concussion) and stroke.
Where Did FNOR Originate?
Functional Neuro-Orthopedic Rehabilitation (FNORTM ) began as a project seeking to explore non-invasive, pain-relieving approaches in the treatment of persistent chronic, post-surgical pain and turned into a modern rehabilitation system.
The FNORTM approach is based, in part, on the premise that the brain is best stimulated by therapies that are tailored to the individual’s unique nervous system and by directing these therapies at affected areas of the nervous system.