Don’t Let Pain Hold You Back!
Fixing pain and a wide variety of health issues by correcting structural imbalances throughout the body.
Whether from injury, overuse, or failed surgery we can help you.
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- 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, or NST is a way to analyze and thoroughly explore your muscles, tendons, ligaments, and organs to find these hidden sources of pain.
Every patient experiences a comprehensive postural and gait analysis to indicate muscular and structural imbalances in the body.
Our hands-on therapy utilizes innovative manual 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
Nick has a long track record for always craving an interest in the science and research of rehabilitation, exercise, and functional movement. Not wanting to take the road down traditional healthcare practices, Nick finally found his passion at The Center for Neurosomatic Studies mastering pain patterns and structural pathologies.
Being a chronic pain patient from repetitive stress and traumatic injuries, Beth tried massage therapy, physical therapy, and chiropractic. However, Beth found real results with Neurosomatic Therapy (NST). She is dedicated to helping others resolve their pain and spread the word about the power of NST.
- The New Modern Medicine -
“Why has no one discovered this form of holistic medicine before?” Is a frequent question we hear at the center. The simple answer is we evaluate the body differently. We are trained Structural Therapists who excel in the anatomy, or structure, of the human body, while other healthcare providers are trained in the physiology, or function, with treatments directed towards chemical changes in the body, usually with medication.
By evaluating the body as a whole anatomical entity and understanding how the structure can affect the function, we often find seemingly simple solutions that puzzle even the most advanced healthcare providers.