Treats a wide range of pain and illnesses from gastrointestinal to neurologic to cardiac to respiratory.
The focus of neural therapy is to normalize the function of the autonomic nervous system (ANS).
The ANS controls or regulates all responses by the body to outside stressors. If the ANS is functioning (regulating) as it should, we are less prone to pain and illness. If the ANS is poorly operating (disregulation) our bodies become very susceptible to illness since our compensatory mechanisms, which are controlled by the ANS, will subsequently not function well in response to physical, emotional, environmental, chemical and microbial stress.
All living organisms and cells have an electrical energy associated with them. In healthy situations, this energy has a particular frequency and wavelength. If this energy does not flow correctly, disease or pain in the area of energy disruption follows.
The disruption or blockage in the space between cells is referred to as an interference field and it is what neural therapy treats.
Most often, neural therapy delivers injections of procaine or lidocaine into scars, nerve sites, acupuncture points, glands or other tissues in order to normalize the energy flow of the ANS so that the body can then heal itself. Sometimes, electrical energy and/or various supplements are used to achieve this as well.
Neural Therapy is a common practice in Europe where it has been used for decades. All systems of the body can be positively affected by neural therapy and it should be used as a foundational component of all integrated approaches to illness and pain.
In particular, people with chronic pain or illness do well by neural therapy. Many sufferers who respond with limited to no results using traditional therapies respond well to neural therapy.