SOURCE: Somatic Systems, Inc.

September 21, 2006 08:31 ET

Somatic Systems, Inc. Announces Physical Therapy Clinic to Send Staff to Clinical Somatic Training Program

NORTHAMPTON, MA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- September 21, 2006 -- Somatic Systems, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SMAS) is pleased to announce that Boguslawa Badon, RPT and CEO of the Farmington Valley Physical Therapy, is sending select staff members through the Clinical Somatic Training Program operated by the Somatic Systems Institute (SSI) in October.

Ms. Badon owns and operates two physical therapy clinics in Connecticut. She has been a registered physical therapist for over twenty years and is currently a second-semester student in the Somatic Systems Institute's Clinical Somatic Training Program.

"I am expanding my practice to include Clinical Somatics. We have had many patients who have realized both short-term and long-term relief from chronic pain and we are excited to have additional staff who will attend SSI's October training program," said Ms. Badon, RPT and CEO of Farmington Valley Physical Therapy.

"The physical therapy market offers a tremendous growth opportunity for us. Physical therapists have extensive physiology training, as well as, hands on experience. Once they learn the principles behind somatics, they become a quick study," said Steve Aronstein, Chairman and CEO, Somatic Systems, Inc.

About Somatic Systems, Inc.:

Somatic Systems, Inc. is headquartered in Northampton, Massachusetts. Somatic Systems uses a technique called Total Somatics™. Somatic Systems trains and certifies clinical practitioners on how to reeducate a client's muscles and recalibrate overused or injured muscles through a simple series of training sessions and prescribed at-home movements. The Total Somatics™ process 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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