Neuro-Somatic Therapy

Neurosomatic Therapy (NST) is an integrative form of manual therapy that identifies and corrects structural and biomechanical patterns in the body that cause chronic pain.

NST focuses on balancing the body structurally by combining Massage Therapy, Posturology, and Corrective Exercise techniques to address the muscular system.

NST alleviates pain and can positively affect a variety of physiological conditions by restoring proper alignment and biomechanics.

All techniques used in NST are non-chiropractic, non-surgical, and non-invasive.

And unlike traditional chronic pain treatment therapies, NST creates a comprehensive therapy program using careful analysis of dysfunctional postural and movement patterns.

NST not only eliminates pain, it also educates the patient on ways to prevent recurrence of the injury.

NST includes five stages of rehabilitation:

  • Eliminating Muscle Spasm
  •  Restoring Flexibility
  • Restoring Proper Biomechanics
  •  Increasing Muscle Strength
  • Increasing Muscular Endurance
NST was developed in response to a void in traditional health care where too many pain symptoms have no known cause. By studying the relationship between soft tissues, the skeletal system, and the nervous system, NST founder Paul St. John discovered a way to bring lasting pain relief to patients.

Physicians, patients and therapists all agree that this form of therapy succeeds where other forms of rehabilitation and pain treatment fail.

If you would like to know more about this treatment protocol or would like to book an appointment please contact: