Project Description

What is Neural Therapy?

Neural Therapy was originally developed in Germany by the Huneke brothers. It involves the injection of Procaine (also known as Novocain), a common local anesthetic, into various but very specific areas. Neural Therapy is based on the theory that trauma can produce long-standing disturbances in the electrochemical function of tissues. Among the types of tissues affected by trauma include scars, nerves or a cluster of nerves called ganglions. A correctly administered Neural Therapy injection can often instantly and lastingly resolve chronic long standing illness and chronic pain.

  • acute and chronic pain (including headaches of different origins)

  • inflammatory responses

  • internal diseases such as prostate, female and allergies

  • diseases of the motor system (sciatica, arthritic joint conditions, shoulder or arm syndrome)

  • sports injuries where it assists in healing

  • Injection of scars. Scars are often sites of dysfunctional nerve tissue. Direct injection of scars with local anesthetic is thought not only to help restore function of damaged nerve cells but has a secondary benefit of reducing the mechanical “pull” of the scar on other normal tissue. For example, a large scar on a patient’s sternum acquired from open-heart surgery may put unnatural tension on the thoracic spine, causing back pain. Injections into the scar soften it and reduce the pull.

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