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Physicians, patients, and therapists all agree that Neurosomatic Therapy succeeds where traditional forms of therapeutic pain management fail. But don’t take it from us; hear what patients, practitioners, and physicians alike have to say about NST.

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Making The Move
To Attend CNS

We know you may not be local to us and making a move can be a big step. We’re here to help. CNS is the only place to become a Certified Neurosomatic Therapist and we can help guide you along the journey. Contact our admissions team with questions.

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Our Campus

The campus is located in a single story complex in the Icot Center and is within easy walking distance of St. John-Clark Pain Treatment Center, a highly successful clinic where Neurosomatic Therapy techniques are implemented by a multidisciplinary staff. The nearly 3000 sq. ft. space includes fully equipped classroom and lab areas, administrative office, bathrooms, and student break area that is equipped with computers for student use. Equipment includes: massage tables, stools and chairs, student tables, whiteboard, projector, video equipment, heating pads and linen. The school has ample parking and convenient access to I-275.

CNS HQ: Tampa Bay

The Tampa Bay Area is a special place in the world of manual therapy as it’s the birthplace of both Neuromuscular and Neurosomatic Therapy. Over 30 years ago in St. Petersburg, Paul St. John began his journey researching soft tissue pain and from his research, he developed the St. John Method of Neuromusclar Therapy. Today, Paul St. John is recognized as one of the primary thought leaders for pain management techniques and is leading the charge for the future of manual therapy treatment.

Neurosomatic Therapy is a big part of that future and Paul St. John and Randall Clark set out to change the manual therapy world again in the same place it all started with The Center for Neurosomatic Studies.

Living & Working Here

Nicknamed the “Sunshine State,” we are known for warm weather and, of course, residents and our students enjoy the laid back lifestyle and easy access to the beach. There are summer thunderstorms to go along with the heat but the winters are typically fairly mild. The pleasant climate year-round makes Central Florida a great place to live and work.

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