The Neurophone is not a telephone, however, it embodies the true smart phone since it makes YOU smart. Invented in 1958, by the then 13 year-old prodigy, Patrick Flanagan, the incredible Neurophone speeds meditation, balances left and right brain functions, activates your ancient ears and boosts IQ using ultrasonic frequencies broadcast into the brain via transducers you wear on your head.

NEO Neurophone runs on rechargeable lithium batteries and comes with three modes of use designed to soothe your mind.

No two brains are alike so results using the NEO Neurophone vary from person to person. However, in the 50-some-years of distribution,  the Neurophone has enjoyed nearly 100% customer satisfaction and also out performs expensive bio-feedback devices costing thousands of dollars.

Watch Patrick's stepdaughter tell her amazing story of how the Neurophone took her from a D to an A student virtually overnight.


These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to treat, cure or prevent any disease. As with any other device, we recommend you consult your physician prior to use.


Nearly $1.6 million contributions from over 7,000 backers from 82 countries. Dr. Patrick Flanagan's next wave of NEO bliss is expected 2016. 

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