The Great Outdoors, Inc. (GTDR - news) announced today that the Company has appointed founder and CEO of Somatic Systems Institute, Inc., Steven Aronstein, as the new Chief Executive Officer. The Great Outdoors, Inc. recently announced that they have completed the acquisition of Somatic Systems Institute, Inc., which is the clinical and national resource center for Somatic Systems Education (SSE), health care, science, and philosophy.
Mr. Aronstein is a certified Clinical Somatic Educator(TM) and has been practicing throughout New England for more than a decade. He is the President of the Clinical Somatic Education Society, the official professional guild of Clinical Somatic Education(TM) and directs Somatic Systems Institute's Clinical Somatic Education Professional Training Program. Mr. Aronstein's experience includes extensive experience in training.
"I am very pleased to head up The Great Outdoors management team. I believe that our Total Somatics(TM) pain management solution is a revolutionary way to non-invasively treat our client's pain and bring relief to their long suffering symptoms," stated Steven Aronstein, CEO of The Great Outdoors, Inc.
The Great Outdoors, Inc. will soon be changing their name to Somatic Systems, Inc. and will also be filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission to obtain a new ticker symbol.
Total Somatics(TM) is a technique which combats unnecessary muscular contraction and its associated pain, often resulting from traumatic injury or chronic stress. Total Somatics(TM) uses a series of movements (lasting as little as five minutes a day) that lengthen muscles back to their natural, relaxed state.
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