What to Expect from a NEUROSOMATIC THERAPY Career

Going beyond Massage Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Personal Training, a career in Neurosomatic Therapy allows you to create lasting pain relief for your patients. Compared to other forms of manual therapy, NST's efficient techniques are less taxing on you physically.  Many characteristics of NST make it a solid career choice for those dedicated to learning and helping people.

Compare NST to Other Manual Therapy Fields

The number of massage therapy and NST jobs is projected to grow much faster than average, it's less strenuous on your body, and offers unlimited potential clients. Here are some other features of a career in Neurosomatic Therapy.

  • Create Long-Term Pain Relief
  • Less Strenuous on the Practitioner
  • Offers Unlimited Potential to Build Your Practice
  • Uses Advanced and Effective Manual Therapy Techniques
  • Backed By Scientific Principles
  • Corrective Instead of Just Treating Symptoms

Learn Integrative Neurosomatic Therapy at CNS

You’re just 18 months away from becoming a Neurosomatic Therapist through Center for Neurosomatic Studies. The CNS program integrates traditional massage therapy training with NST and corrective and functional exercise techniques. The curriculum provides a comprehensive education experience through classroom lecture, hands-on practical course work, supervised clinical experience, participation in research and community outreach. Graduates of the program are certified in Neurosomatic Therapy, receive a diploma in Massage Therapy, and are qualified to sit for the Massage and Bodywork Licensing Exam (MBLEx), and National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) examinations.

Advance Your Manual Therapy Career Today

If you’re looking for advanced education in a scientific field that improves the quality of people’s lives while providing an excellen career path, CNS may be right for you. Learn more about the Neurosomatic Therapy Program at CNS by completing the form and downloading the brochure.

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CNS responds to a void in the education of manual therapists that leaves practitioners unprepared to treat the underlying causes of chronic soft tissue pain.