Neural Therapy helps to detoxify and revitalize damaged tissues, nervous structures and organs by restoring the proper balance of the autonomic nervous system in a specific area or region of the body.
Neural Therapy is an injection therapy that focuses on the relief of chronic pain and long term illness. These conditions are treated by injecting a local anesthetic, such as procaine with or without a small amount of physiology regulating medicines into scars, acupuncture points, points along peripheral nerves, superficially over the organs, and specific body points. Neural Therapy injections treat the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) that controls and regulates most metabolic immunological, healing, digestive, and hormonal functions. The ANS can be affected by scars, metabolic toxicity, unhealthy teeth, unhealed physical, mental, emotional trauma etc.
Conditions commonly treated with Neural Therapy:
- Sinus conditions
- Whiplash injuries
- Respiratory conditions
- Digestive issues
- Damaged intervertebral discs
- Chronic painful conditions
- Imbalanced scars
- Emotional disturbances
- Interference fields
What are the possible side effects?
Anytime when an injection is performed, there is a risk of infection, bleeding, and/or nerve irritation. However, these risks are very rare due to the anti-septic measures, as well as the use of very thin needles. Numerous measures are also taken to minimize all risks.
Even though this methodology has been developed in Germany over hundred years ago and practiced ever since in many other countries, Neural Therapy is fairly new in the US.
For more information, here is a link to a YouTube clip in Spanish, with English subtitles from physicians at the University of Barcelona, describing in great detail, the concepts as well as the clinical results from using Neural Therapy in various medical subspecialties.