SMAS - news) announced today that it is launching a new effort to educate prospective students about the company's exciting Somatics Professional Training Program. Starting today, the company will begin featuring "Trainee Profiles," which showcase the successes people obtain when they attend the Training Program.Somatic Systems, Inc. (
The Profiles, published on the company's website, will offer brief case studies from students and graduates of Somatic Systems' Professional Training Program, describing the ways in which the training program has benefited them. Several Profiles will highlight how much or how quickly students recouped their investment of tuition. The Professional Training Program is Somatic Systems' highest priced service, but is considered to be of great value: At $12,000 per student, it offers a complete career retraining (or can serve as a supplement to an existing healthcare practice or other career) at a price much lower than most other similar or lesser opportunities -- and it does so in the $90 billion per year and growing industry of pain management.
"In today's tough economic times, some are naturally hesitant to leap into a new endeavor. However, it is exactly in these times that Somatic Systems' Professional Training Program is a stronger value than ever," stated CEO Steven Aronstein. "Professionals, aspiring professionals, those seeking career changes, and even those looking to supplement their current situations who have attended our program know this well, and we are pleased to be able to share their stories of success with others who could also benefit from our Professional Training." The company has recently been working to increase the value of their career training further, through television coverage as well as work with the US military towards providing pain care services and obtaining coverage by Tricare military health insurance, which covers over 70 million soldiers, veterans, and families.
The Trainee Profiles section can be found on the website starting today, at http://somatics.org/training/profiles.
The first Profile features David Bilyeu, a professional Toy Designer who easily made a successful mid-life career change to Somatics by taking the Somatic Systems Institute Professional Training. Other students' stories will follow later this season.
In addition to the relatively detailed Profiles, shorter testimonials from students about their experience of the quality of Somatic Systems' Training Program can also be found on the company's website at http://somatics.org/training/cse/testimonials.
About Somatic Systems, Inc.
Somatic Systems is the worldwide center for Clinical Somatics, the groundbreaking drug-free, non-surgical approach to pain relief. This proprietary system uses natural, non-invasive movement techniques -- conducted through one-hour hands-on sessions, therapeutic exercises classes, and home exercises lasting as little as 5 minutes a day -- to relieve pain and limitation resulting from accident, trauma and repetitive stress, including back pain, knee pain, joint problems, carpal tunnel syndrome, TMJ, scoliosis, bursitis, sciatica, headaches, tendonitis and more. Clinical Somatics™ also provides performance gains and injury prevention for casual and professional athletes.
Somatic Systems is pursuing a 3-part growth strategy, consisting of a nationwide rollout of pain management Somatics Clinics; increased production and distribution of therapeutic videos, books, and other retail self-help Somatics Products; and expanded Somatics Training Programs to supply Clinic practitioners serving medical and orthopedic professionals and institutional and corporate programs. The company operates a suite of web sites offering Somatics information, products, resources, and opportunities, at www.somatics.org.
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