During his senior year at college, Garrett tore ligaments in his wrist from an ice hockey injury. He was told he would need surgery and would face at least three months of recovery. Garrett decided to meet with an acquaintance that was using (at the time) an obscure electrostimulation device to see if that could help. His ligaments healed in two weeks. A lightbulb went off. Garrett went on to pursue his engineering masters degree at UT, but that lightbulb moment stayed on the forefront of his mind. He decided to apprentice with a functional neurologist while working toward his degree. This decision allowed Garrett a way to transition from an engineering career path to neurological fitness. Shortly after, NeuFit was born. In this episode Garrett shares how the team at NeuFit use their technology to help people reduce pain, build muscle, improve performance, and help the body heal from injury and improve function.