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Our staff is not only passionate about helping patients find relief from pain, but also about helping our students find success in Neurosomatic Therapy.

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CNS Team
Randall Clark

President

Randall Clark has a background in Biology, Biochemistry, and Massage Therapy. As a pre-med student, Randall realized the limitations to traditional pain treatment and began searching for alternatives that fulfilled his desire to heal through a whole body approach. During the years spent studying and practicing NST, Randy became recognized as a leader in therapy and began teaching the subject in seminars.

In July of 2004, Randall Clark founded the St. John-Clark Pain Treatment Center where he and Paul St. John currently serve the needs of an international clientele.

Brennan Rhodes

Admissions Director

Brennan has been involved in various aspects of health, wellness, and adventure throughout his career.

Prior to serving as the Director of Admissions at CNS, Brennan trained as a SCUBA Instructor. While living in Gainesville, FL he worked for the School Board of Alachua County as an Exceptional Student Education (ESE) Aid dedicated to a student with Cerebral palsy.

Between 2015 and 2018 he helped run a medical mission in Treasure Beach, Jamaica; a collaboration between Hillsborough County Osteopathic Medical Society, The Treasure Beach Women’s Group, and Lake Erie College of Medicine, Bradenton.

Today, in addition to serving as the Admissions Director for CNS, Brennan also practices for the St. John-Clark Pain Treatment Center in Clearwater, FL as a Neurosomatic Specialist.

Kenia Eagal

Campus Director

Kenia was born in Nicaragua and moved to the United States at 10 years ago old. She always had a love for science and wanted to understand the why behind the what. She joined the Navy at 18 years old and served honorably for 8 years. She began a family shortly after leaving the Navy and had three children. In 2018 she suffered an injury which left her in severe pain and unable to tend to her family. She went to the VA where they told her “there’s nothing we can do for you, it’s going to get worse, eventually you’ll need surgery”. Kenia was not satisfied with that answer and began looking for solutions when she came upon the Center for Neurosomatic Studies. She applied and within a few weeks was attending her first class. The 18 months were a whirlwind as she navigated home vs school life balance.

Upon graduation she was offered a position at the St. John-Clark Pain Treatment Center. She worked there for two years before stepping back to take care of some responsibilities at home. She then got an opportunity to open a space and begin treating in her city where she currently works and treats mostly athletes. She’s excited to implement some updates as the new Campus Director and continue to raise the bar of excellence that the program operates in. She knows the challenges of the program well and desires to encourage and support students to the finish line and beyond.

E.C. Sparky Clark

Sparky Clark has enjoyed a career spanning over 30 years of managing health care and social service organizations. With the backdrop of community activities, both professional and youth serving, he helped lead many important community organizations to grow both financially and programmatically. Along the way he raised over $30 million toward those programs and became a leader in related professional organizations.

At the same time he was quick to get involved wherever his children showed interest, including numerous coaching opportunities. Presenting at regional and national conferences capped decades of community presentations representing the programs he promoted. If you were to ask him to summarize his long career, he would likely answer, “Growth.” Every responsibility he undertook was stronger when he left than when he arrived.

In recent years he moved to a consulting role, helping several local companies and organizations with a variety of projects. Currently he is taking on a challenging area for his son’s company, St. John Clark Pain Treatment Center. According to him, “There is nothing more rewarding than watching your children succeed in their chosen endeavors.”

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