Responding to A Need For Highly-Trained Therapists

Neurosomatic Therapy (NST) gets results. Physicians, patients, and therapists all agree that this form of therapy succeeds where traditional forms of therapeutic pain management fail. This is why the St. John-Clark Pain Treatment Center has a waiting list even though it does not advertise. The only factor preventing a clinic like this from expanding internationally is a lack of properly trained therapists.

During nearly a decade of helping patients at the St. John-Clark Pain Treatment Center and providing continuing education through Neurosomatic Educators, Inc, there has been an increasing demand for training in areas of manual therapy that require an advanced knowledge of human physiology and kinesiology in order to address specific imbalances often presenting as chronic pain. In response to this increasing demand and lack of qualified therapists to treat his patients, Randall Clark and Kevin Wade established the Center for Neurosomatic Studies (CNS).

Positively Impacting Therapeutic Pain Management

Combining NST, Massage Therapy, and Corrective Exercise, CNS was established to prepare qualified therapists for licensure with the advanced training to reach the CNST level. Specialized coursework has been developed to teach specific skills based on sound educational principles and clinical research. Students completing this body of work are designated Certified Neurosomatic Specialists (CNS). Recognizing that massage therapy is an important part of the restorative health process, CNS also integrates soft tissue analysis, personal training and corrective exercise so that the practitioner is able to incorporate multiple modalities in treating the whole patient.

Learn More About CNS

Everyone at CNS has a passion for sharing the benefits of Neurosomatic Therapy with the world. Learn more about the faculty and staff at CNS by reading their bios or use the form to get a full color brochure about NST and CNS.