Open House: School Searching for Applicants for New Semester
CLEARWATER, FL―The Center for Neurosomatic Studies (CNS), an institution that provides an 18-month curriculum in Neurosomatic Therapy, opens to the public on Sunday, December 9th, 2012 from 1 P.M. to 3 P.M. An informational session will take place for attendees to learn about how to launch a career in the health care industry as a Neurosomatic therapist.
The Center for Neurosomatic Studies is located at:
13825 ICOT Blvd
Clearwater, FL 33760
“It’s been an exciting first semester―watching our students progress and dive into our innovative curriculum,” explains Randall Clark, Co-Founder of The Center for Neurosomatic Studies. “We’re looking forward to meeting motivated prospective students and introducing them to this revolutionary field where they can make a difference in their patients’ lives and earn a good living.”
Once a student has completed the 18-month curriculum in massage and Neurosomatic Therapy, they’ll be certified and ready to embark on a career with high earning potential (average salary―$67,000 annually). Compared to other manual therapy programs, CNS offers a more thorough clinical education and is a faster, less expensive path to a career that yields a salary that’s on par with doctorate level physical therapists.
About Neurosomatic Therapy: Neurosomatic Therapy is a system for evaluating and eliminating pain. A Neurosomatic therapist analyzes the relationship between the nervous system, soft tissues and the musculoskeletal system. NST integrates manual therapy, massage therapy, posturology and corrective exercise. Physicians, patients, and therapists agree that Neurosomatic Therapy (NST) succeeds where traditional forms of therapeutic pain management fail. NST treats pain through manual therapy, not by prescribing pills, and uses a comprehensive approach. There has been an increasing demand for training in areas of manual therapy that require an advanced knowledge of human physiology and kinesiology in order to address specific imbalances often presenting as chronic pain. In response to this increasing demand and due to the lack of qualified therapists to treat patients, Randall Clark and Kevin Wade established the Center for Neurosomatic Studies. http://www.CNStudies.com/