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Understanding NST

Discover Neurosomatic Therapy 

Restoring Balance to Relieve Pain

Neurosomatic Therapy, or NST, identifies and corrects structural pathologies and biomechanical imbalances in the body that cause pain or neurological damage. NST fills a void left by traditional healthcare by analyzing the soft tissue causes of your pain.


When performed in isolation; massage therapy, physical therapy, chiropractic care, and medicinal pain management often fail to address the entire health issue. 

Five Stages of 

  1. Elimate Muscle Spasm 

  2. Restore Flexibility 

  3. Restore Proper Biomechanics 

  4. Increase Muscular Strength 

  5. Increase Muscular Endurance 

Neurosomatic Therapy Methodology 



- Analyzing Posture & Movement Patterns -

Every patient who comes to our clinic will experience a detailed postural and gait analysis. By documenting one's structure in static and movement phases, muscular imbalances and faulty movement patterns will be identified and dictate the treatment plan. 


This structural charting allows the therapist to locate potentially hidden sources of pain and quantifiably tracks the patient's progress in meeting their goals. 



- Balancing Your Structure -

This hands-on, non-invasive treatment is focused on contracted muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, or organs which will restore muscle balance, correct structure, and remove compensation patterns.


Our approach utilizes deep tissue release therapy, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, joint mobilizations, and muscle energy technique (MET). This is not like a traditional massage or chiropractic adjustment. 

Funtional Training

Functional Training

- Sustaining a long-lasting structural change -

Upon completing the first two stages of rehabilitation, you are now ready to re-educate neurologically ‘turned off’ soft tissue perhaps from years of faulty movement patterns. 

At our clinic, we see the powerful benefits of combining manual therapy with functional movement exercise in order to sustain a long-lasting structural change. 

Patient Eduction

Patient Education

- Balancing Your Structure -

The final stage of your comprehensive therapy program is a customized plan to prevent recurrence of injury or imbalance.

Based on your individualized needs, your Neurosomatic Therapist will train you in various techniques to stretch or strengthen the muscles to prevent you from facilitating into your old faulty postural or movement pattern.

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