Take your manual therapy career to the next level with advanced manual therapy training. By studying Neurosomatic Therapy, you’ll learn how to identify, correct and maintain proper alignment in your clients to effectively relieve their chronic pain.
Our experienced faculty members are experts in their respective fields and provide personalized instruction to ensure each student receives the attention they need to succeed. Our ALP program includes a combination of classroom lectures, hands-on practice, and clinical internships to provide students with a well-rounded education.
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Neurosomatic Educators has developed the Accelerated Learning Program (ALP) for serious students with a strong desire to learn this incredible form of therapy. Courses are one-week intensive programs. What was traditionally taught over 10 weekend seminars can now be learned over these four intensive ALP classes. All ALP classes are limited in size to insure that all students receive individual attention from the instructor.
- Become Immersed in the Work
- Practice with More Hands-On Time
- Incorporate the Work as a Whole
- Create Effective Treatment Plans for Your Patients
- Master Cutting Edge Techniques
- Recognize Appropriate Applications in Your Practice
The Neurosomatic Therapy program is a comprehensive training program that is divided into two main components: Neuro and Somatic. The Neuro component focuses on the nervous system and its role in musculoskeletal dysfunction, while the Somatic component emphasizes the importance of soft tissue and its relationship to proper neuromuscular function.
To advance through the curriculum, students may choose from a variety of seminar options, each of which is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to become successful Neurosomatic Therapists. These seminars cover a wide range of topics, including anatomy and physiology, kinesiology, neuromuscular therapy techniques, and treatment planning.
Upon completion of both certification levels, which include both written and practical certification tests, therapists will earn the prestigious designation of Certified Neurosomatic Therapist. This designation is recognized by healthcare professionals and indicates that the therapist has received extensive training in Neurosomatic Therapy and is qualified to provide effective treatments to patients with a variety of musculoskeletal conditions.