What is Neural Therapy?

So far, neural therapy has been a great success with my patients. One had been suffering pain from past car accident trauma. The lingering pain lasted for months and months with no respite from other treatments and therapy, but a brief period of neural therapy cleared up the pain completely. Another was suffering severe hormone imbalance causing amenorrhea and dysmenorrhea — not your typical injury-related pain, but neural therapy cleared that up for her too.

Obviously, neural therapy serves great purposes in dentistry and dental surgery. But why stop there when there are so many other things it could help? And how does one treatment cover such a broad scope of issues?

I introduced neural therapy in my previous post as an alternative method of treating chronic pain, but it is not limited strictly to pain. Neural therapy targets local disturbances caused by the autonomic nervous system (ANS). These disturbances — called interference fields — are caused by electric signals at certain sites sending the wrong messages to the ANS, thereby causing discomfort or dysfunction.

Interference fields in one area can disrupt an entirely different area of the body. This is why some problems are impossible for your conventional practitioner to diagnose. We’re dealing with a complex network of electricity, and the body functions as one whole unit. If one system is “off,” another will most likely be affected. This is why a thorough, comprehensive medical history of each individual patient is crucial before beginning neural therapy. A neural therapist must know the ANS pathways in order to provide effective treatment.

How is this beautifully simple treatment carried out? And how can neural therapy help you specifically? We’ll find out in the next posts!

Dr. Sperbeck, West Los Angeles

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