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Articles: Neural Therapy

A Simple Technique Known To Provide Rapid Relief For Chronic Pain And Many Other Conditions.

Neural Therapy is a powerful healing technique used to diagnose and treat medical conditions that are otherwise difficult or resistant to treatment. Neural therapy is commonly used for the treatment of chronic pain but is also frequently used for a wide variety of other conditions such as headaches, asthma, arthritis, carpal tunnel, digestion problems, chronic sinusitis, insomnia and many others. It is based on the theory that trauma can produce “interference fields” which are long standing disturbances in the electrochemical function of tissues and nerves. Interference fields can be caused by inflammation, injuries, infection, surgeries, scars or other trauma. These disturbances can result in chronic pain or other illness that can be seemingly unrelated to the original trauma. Neural therapy can often resolve acute and chronic pain or other illness very quickly, with long lasting or permanent results.

Neural Therapy was discovered much by accident in 1925. Two physicians, Ferdinand and Walter Huneke were trying to help their sister who had suffered from severe migraines. During one of these migraines they gave her an injection of what they thought was a remedy for rheumatism. Much to their surprise the migraine immediately vanished and never returned. After witnessing this miraculous recovery the doctors realized that the medicine they used contained procaine (also known as Novocain, the numbing medicine commonly used in dental offices). With much further research it became clear that procaine and other local anesthetics of the “caine” family could also be used to correct electrochemical imbalances of tissues that were altered through various injuries, illness or trauma.

Neural Therapy is commonly used by doctors throughout Europe and South America and involves the injection of tiny amounts of procaine into very specific sites on the body, as a means of correcting these “interference fields”. Procaine is safe, relatively free of side effects and is broken down and eliminated from the body very rapidly. When used correctly neural therapy offers a very safe and effective tool for the treatment of a wide variety of conditions including chronic pain.