Contributing to the Betterment of Pain Treatment

Developing a knowledge and appreciation for research is a big part of being a student at CNS. As part of this experince students will complete 2 Case Studies as part of their time in the program. Click here for some examples of what current and former students have worked on.

CNS faculty and staff are committed to furthering the effectiveness of pain treatment across all disciplines of health care. They regularly contribute to the industry by presenting research findings and advancements in Neurosomatic Therapy. Here are some articles from their research:

  • St. John Neuromuscular Therapy is Effective in Reducing Symptoms of Intractable Headaches: A Complementary and Integrative Medicine Study Paul St. John, R. Levine, et al.M

Sharing Their Clinical Experience

In practice CNS faculty has had many insights into the treatment of pain and dysfunction.  Here are a few industry articles:

Learning from Industry Leaders

In addition to sharing their findings with the greater community, CNS faculty has a passion for learning from other experts in the field of pain treatment. Here is other research related to Neurosomatic Therapy:

  • Anatomic and functional leg-length inequality: a review and recommendation for clinical decision-making. Part I, anatomic leg-length inequality: prevalence, magnitude, effects and clinical significance. Knutson GA. Spine. 1983 Sep;8(6):643-51.
  • Clinical symptoms and biomechanics of lumbar spine and hip joint in leg length inequality, Friberg O, Sports Med. 1992 Dec;14(6):422-9.
  • Leg Length Inequality: Implications for running injury prevention, McCaw ST, Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Illinois State University, Normal, Eur Spine J. 1999;8(1):40-5.
  • Acute systematic and variable postural adaptations induced by an orthopaedic shoe lift in control subjects,Beaudoin L, Zabjek KF, Leroux MA, Coillard C, Rivard CH, Departement de chirurgie, Faculte de Medicine, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Spine. 2003 Nov 1;28(21):2472-6.
  • Comment in: Spine. 2004 Aug 15;29(16):1838; author reply 1838-9,The effect of leg length discrepancy on spinal motion during gait: three-dimensional analysis in healthy volunteers, Kakushima M, Miyamoto K, Shimizu K, Departments of Orthopaedic Surgery, Hirano General Hospital, Gifu, Japan, PMID: 14595166 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]