Neural Therapy

Any illness can leave a “focus of irritation” (interference field) in the nervous system. Left untreated, this focus of irritation may interfere with the production of hormones or with the function of the immune system or nervous system. This is true even if the affected organ was surgically removed. For example, a focus of irritation left from childhood tonsillitis may be responsible in adulthood for arthritis, neck pain, migraine headaches, chronic fatigue, PMS, depression, and some other conditions.

Neural therapy is an effective technique that uses procaine injections to treat a focus of irritation. Procaine is injected into an old scar or diseased tissue, prompting marked improvement or even full recovery in organs seemingly unrelated to the injected site.

I use neural therapy to treat chronic pain, along with a variety of illnesses such as different kinds of arthritis (including rheumatoid arthritis), low back pain, migraine headaches, trigeminal neuralgia, chronic fatigue, allergies, gynecological and urological conditions, impotence, urinary incontinence, phantom pains, and many others. Response to neural therapy can be dramatic, with fast improvement of long-lasting ailments. Successful treatment can also improve one’s mood and relieve anxiety or depression.