Neural Therapy

Neural Therapy diagnoses and treats illness and pain caused by disturbances of the body's electrophysiology. These electrical disturbances, called "interference fields," are manifestations of cell membrane instability and typically trigger abnormal autonomic nervous system responses - aka, pain. Interference fields may be found anywhere tissue irritation exists.

 

Once an interference field is found, it is treated by injecting it with a local anaesthetic which stabilizes cell membranes. The effect of injecting interference fields is immediate. There is sometimes sudden relief of symptoms—a "lightning reaction"— but response typically occurs within the first few days. Sometimes the relief of an interference field is temporary. However, even a very short response is encouraging and indicates that treatment should be attempted again. Each time an interference field is treated, the patient experiences longer periods of relief. Treatment is repeated until it is no longer required.

 

Neural therapy is a remarkably safe medical treatment. The most commonly used anesthetics (procaine and lidocaine) rarely cause allergic reactions. Where ever the body emits abnormal neurological signals causing the autonomic nervous system reactions, Neural Therapy is a safe, effective approach to stopping the reaction and the pain permanently.