Neural Therapy

In Neural therapy, local anaesthetic are used for therapeutic purposes, in special cases with the addition of vegetable or mineral irritants as a wheal, or externally applied. The effect of neural therapy is based less on the pharmacological action of local anaesthetics on the tissue, but rather on the influence of local and higher level control loops, so that there is a regulatory and retuning therapy, which is particularly suited to the treatment of functional disorders.

An example of local improvement of regulation is the opening of the pain cycle, pain - tension - decreased blood flow - pain.

A particular course of therapy as part of the neural therapy is present on the occurrence of the so-called seconds phenomenon: hereby, shortly after infiltration, a scar that applies in this context as a so-called interference field, will disappear. All the painful symptoms of a disease and even a distant bodily region can be influenced.


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