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Structurally Focus Treatment

Integrative Neurosomatic Therapy (INT), a structurally focused approach to treatment of pain. INT addresses the origin of pain, where traditional medical care too often only focuses on masking the symptom. Pain is manifested because of an underlying cause; merely treating the symptom leaves the cause unresolved.

With INT, we find simple solutions to health issues that often puzzle other health care practitioners. We look at the whole body and “listen” to the pain to determine its underlying cause. By treating the root of the pain, correcting issues that have caused it, we eliminate pain and prevent it from returning. Our procedures are bases in massage therapy techniques and are non-surgical, non-invasive, and non-chiropractic.

To address clients’ improper structural and bio-mechanical patterns, Paul St. John pioneered a technique to measure and chart our observations about the body. Your therapist will analyze your postural and movement patterns, and design a comprehensive program designed to guide you through the five stages of rehabilitation:

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Schedule a Consultation 

($50 Deposit required. After consult it is applied to your initial session)

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Initial Intake Session
~90 mins~

Included in the Initial session 

  • Client Health and Medical Intake review 

  • 4 Doctor Assessment 

  • Nutritional Lifestyle Assessment 

  • Head 2 Toe Postural assessment 

  • Spine curvature measurements 

  • Functional Core assessment 

  • Primal Movement Analysis

Your Investment in your Health


Your treatment Options 

Gold Package

12 session 

1 session/week 




8 session 

1 session/week 




4 session 

1 session/week 




Silver Package

Bronze Package

NeuroSomatic Therapy

"The Power that Made the Body Heals the Body!" 

Five Stage of Rehabilitation 
  1. Elimination of muscle spasms

  2. Improvement of flexibility

  3. Restoration of proper biomechanics

  4. Development of muscular strength

  5. Increasing of muscular endurance

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