Neural Therapy

Neural therapy is a naturopathic method of anesthetic injections. It aims to correct nervous system disorders.

Neural therapy is commonly used to treat rheumatism, nerve pain, headache, and musculoskeletal pain.

The disturbance-field-theory assumes that pathological processes, injuries or scars in a body affect other organs. These disturbances are called center of irritation. If the irritation continues over a period of time, it causes complaints or diseases.

According to the disturbance-field-theory, diseases can cause complaints in other parts of the body. Disturbance fields are detected by applying a local anesthetic. If this alleviates discomfort in other areas of the body, the irritation centre is located, treated, and repaired (interference field renovation). Treatment continues until symptoms stop. Anesthetics and naturopathic remedies are mostly injected in muscle points, especially pain trigger points.

Bianca Eastman looks forward to answering further questions regarding neural therapy, other treatments, or house calls, by email, phone, or in the office for naturopathy and psychology, Titisee-Neustadt.