First Class Graduates From Center For Neurosomatic Studies

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The Center for Neurosomatic Studies graduates first class of Neurosomatic therapists.

I saw the effect that Neurosomatic Therapy had on me with chronic pain. I am excited to provide it to others.

The Center for Neurosomatic Studies (CNS) congratulates the first class of graduates from the 18 month, clinically-based, integrative manual massage school in Clearwater.

CNS is a school with the mission of filling a void in the healthcare sector, that of the treatment of acute and chronic soft tissue injuries that are associated with prolonged pain. Neurosomatic Therapists can obtain licensure as both a massage therapist and personal trainer, and will have completed coursework needed to become a Certified Neurosomatic Therapist (CNST).

The first graduating class includes Ian Brook, Ken Abrahamson, and Shila Tirabassi.

“We are exceptionally proud of this class of graduates,” said Kevin Wade, Campus Director at CNS. “Not only are these graduates exceptional massage therapists, but having been through what many equate to a Master’s level education in anatomy and physiology, they are equipped to help meet the goal of all Neurosomatic Therapists… ridding the world of pain, one patient at time.”

Ian Brooks remembers when he came to CNS, “I was excited to come to CNS and study Neurosomatic Therapy because it really allows me the opportunity to do something physical, while also bringing in the science that’s necessary to truly help people deal with their pain.”

“I saw the effect that Neurosomatic Therapy had on me with chronic pain,” remembers graduate Ken Abrahamson, “I am excited to be equipped to provide that same kind of treatment to others.

The graduation ceremony will be at the CNS campus on Saturday, February 22nd. Speakers for graduation include Karen Roth, President of the Florida Chapter of the American Massage Therapy Association, along with Dr. Richard Leverone, who is renowned as the first Chiropractic radiologist in Florida as well as the former head of the chiropractic program at St. Petersburg College. Live entertainment from current student and professional guitarist, Eddy Lugo will also be provided.

About CNS: The Center for Neurosomatic Studies (CNS) is founded by a joining force of Paul St. John, Randy Clark, and Kevin Wade, thought-leaders in integrative therapy. The mission of CNS is to positively affect the therapy industry by training highly qualified therapists who bring true relief to their patients.

For more information about the graduation program, or the NST program, call Nancy Clark at 800-656-1407.

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