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Restore Alignment and Functionality to Your Body

'Form follows function and function follows form.' Wolff's Law tells us that problems with the alignment of your body can create havoc with the functions of your body. If you’re living with chronic pain, misalignment, or difficulty performing normal activities, you know just how much functionality you can loose from a ‘little’ back pain. But you don’t have to live with it. By restoring proper form, you’ll have great improvements in function. Just ask your favorite guitar player: a stiff shoulder means a bad performance. Release pressure in the neck, allow, the shoulder to fall back into place, and the music will flow beautifully. Or see it in a baby with colic, spasms in the stomach can be gently massaged to relieve pressure. Miraculously, baby will stop crying and mom will get that much needed sleep.


What to Expect on Your Visit

Unlike other forms of manual therapy, Neurosomatic Therapy (NST) focuses on posture and movement measurements to identify structural imbalances. A highly customized treatment plan, will then restore proper alignment and function, while stretching and exercises will prevent the imbalance from reoccurring. Learn more about your visit.


Insurance

You may be wondering if your insurance will help pay for Neurosomtic Therapy. Find out what types of plans may be applied. We also accept Worker’s Compensation. Learn more about insurance.


Frequently Asked Questions

Want to learn more about NST? Check out some of the most commonly asked questions from patients. Read the frequently asked questions.


New Patient Form

Save yourself time in the waiting room. Complete our new patient form online now and avoid paperwork in the office. Fill out the New Patient Form.


Call Today to Schedule Your Initial Consultation

Friendly staff is waiting to answer all your questions about how Neurosomatic Therapy will relieve your pain once and for all. Call 727-347-HEAL(4325) to schedule your first appointment. Or, contact us with additional questions you may have.