NeuroReset Inc.

The Intersection of Quantum Physics and Neurology

Posted by dmetus1 October 19th, 2018

Founder and President

Dr. Mark Metus is the inventor of Neuro Connect™ technology and president of NeuroReset Inc.

  • He has been a chiropractor for over 36 years and specializes in Applied Kinesiology.
  • Dr. Mark has been working with a team of physicists specializing in Quantum Physics to develop a wearable technology that improves muscle and joint function.
  • He is the developer of the Quantum Alignment Technique, a method of diagnosis and treatment.  


Winner of the Pinnacle Award for the best new invention in golf at the 2017 PGA Merchandise Show The Pinnacle Award (Best in Show): The successful development of a product takes talent, knowledge, and tenacity. As such, the Pinnacle Award is designed to recognize the broadest range of efforts by the inventor.

From design, market research, sales, fulfillment, manufacturing, and quality. This category is judged on everything. Scores in the judging of this award will be given based on the attention paid by the inventor to all phases of ideation, invention, and commercialization.” Neuro Connect™ was awarded the Best in Show for the Inventor’s Spotlight Pavilion at the 2017 PGA Merchandise Show, January 25-27, 2017 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. The 64th PGA Merchandise Show, the industry’s annual “MAJOR of Golf Business,” came to a close Jan. 27, in Orlando, as it welcomed more than 40,000 golf industry professionals from all 50 U.S. states and 84 countries around the world.

PGA Professionals and buyers uncovered the newest products, trends and technology from more than 1,000 exhibiting golf companies and brands. This included 271 companies new to the PGA Show, creating the world’s largest business-to-business golf event, within 1 million square feet of interactive exhibit, demonstration and meeting space of the Orange County Convention Center West Concourse Exhibit Hall.

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