Neurosomatic Specialists fix pain and health issues by correcting structural imbalances from head to toe with analysis, targeted massage therapy and corrective exercises.
Whether from injury, overuse, or failed surgery we can help you!
— Releasing Pain & Improving Structure —
According to recent research most pain symptoms are considered idiopathic, which means no known cause. We believe the reason there is no known cause is that proper investigation into the soft tissues is not being performed.
Neurosomatic Therapy is a unique massage therapy technique employed to analyze and treat muscles, tendons, ligaments, and organs to find these hidden sources of pain.
— Releasing the Fascia —
Myofascial Release (MFR) is a gentle way to release or soften the restriction (tightening) of fascia that results from surgery, injury, and dysfunctional unconscious or subconscious holding patterns (habitual ways that a person holds their body in space due to pain, past trauma, and thought patterns).
JFB-MFR is a gentle, safe, and effective form of MFR that can help your body to relieve itself of tension, pain, numbness, and discomfort, allowing greater ease of movement and as an enhancement to Neurosomatic Therapy.
Every patient experiences a comprehensive postural and gait analysis to indicate muscular and structural imbalances in the body.
Our hands-on therapy utilizes innovative massage therapy to correct soft-tissue imbalances in the body.
Re-education of faulty movement patterns with specific functional training will limit the body from going back to distortion.
Meet The Team
Wonicker-Cook, CNS, LMT
After graduating from The Center for Neurosomatic Studies in 2020, Beth founded Neurosomatic Specialists where she is dedicated to helping others and providing a clinic for healing therapy. She loves solving challenging, unusual or long term problems, replacing hopelessness with joy.
Since graduating from The Center for Neurosomatic Studies in 2022, John has been working as a therapist with Neurosomatic Specialists. He loves helping people eliminate pain as a limiting factor in achieving their goals, whether it be to return to their sport, or just make it through the day without hurting.
Since graduating from The Center for Neurosomatic Studies in 2022, Rachael has been working as a therapist and teaching assistant alongside the founders and instructors of Neurosomatic Therapy. She loves empowering the body's natural healing process, particularly for those grappling with migraines, work-related injuries, and chronic pain.
After retiring from her career as a Surgical Pathologist in 2019, Karen studied and attained Advance Level Therapist in The John F. Barnes Approach to Myofascial Release (JFB-MFR). She loves helping patients live their best life with this gentle solution to reducing pain, stiffness and enhancing the effectiveness of Neurosomatic Therapy.