What is Neural Therapy?
Neural therapy is an effective treatment for pain and enhances healing by restoring normal function to the body’s autonomic nervous system. It is a specialized injection technique, using a local, nutritive anesthetics (Procaine) to treat chronic pain and chronic illness, as well as reduce scars in a holistic and comprehensive approach. It was initially developed in Germany and is currently used by over 35% of German doctors.
How does Neural Therapy work?
Neural therapy is based on the approach that trauma induces chronic changes and disturbances in electrochemical tissue function. Scars, for instance, cause a physical block in the electric impulses of regions of skin associated with corresponding organ function. The result is pain, accumulation of toxins and infections in the area of trauma, and later development of organ dysfunction. Re-establishing the electrical impulses through neural therapy often aids in the normalization of organ function and a resolution of symptoms and disease process.
Which Medication is Injected?
Neural therapy involves the injection of low dose procaine (a nutritive anesthetic) into nerve clusters (ganglions), peripheral nerves, trigger points, glands, and scars to heal the chronic disturbances in the tissues. A correct injection technique along with the proper area injected can produce an almost instantaneous and miraculous pain relief in even some of the most painful conditions. Neural therapy can also assist in proper scar healing and aesthetically lightens them. Females with C-section scars or hysterectomy scars treated by neural therapy often find a resolution in their chronic sinusitis, pelvic pain, hot flashes, menstrual cramps, chronic fatigue or thyroid dysfunction in addition to improved healing of the scar itself.
What type of medical conditions is best treated with neural therapy?
Neural Therapy can be effective for many types of medical conditions, including joint and back pain, chronic headaches and migraines, allergies, chronic bowel problems, kidney disease, prostate and female disorders, infertility, tinnitus (ringing in the ears), chronic sinusitis, neurological disorders and many other conditions. Neural therapy is also an important part of a treatment plan for Parkinson’s, lyme disease, MS, and Alzheimer’s.