What is neural therapy? To whom can it be applied?

Neural therapy is a regulation therapy that activates the body’s repair systems and self-healing ability by stimulating the autonomic nervous system, which is located in a very wide electrical network in our body. This regulation is made by taking advantage of the effect of local anesthetics on the autonomic nervous system. It is a curative method when it is done after the emergence of diseases, but it is also a preventive medicine application.

What is Autonomic Nervous System?

There are two types of nervous systems in the human body. While the somatic nervous system controls voluntary movements such as arm and leg movements, the autonomic nervous system regulates involuntary movements such as the regulation of blood pressure and hormones, the functioning of the digestive system, and the release of enzymes. In fact, every bodily function is under the control of the autonomic nervous system. Such as pain sensation, heartbeat, blood pressure, blood circulation. An irregularity in the autonomic nervous system causes many ailments such as palpitations, blood pressure problems, increased sweating, chills, digestive problems, constipation or diarrhea.

What is the Effect Mechanism of Neural Therapy?

The basic logic in neural therapy is regulation, regulation. The autonomic nervous system is regulated, the negative stimuli in the disturbing areas are neutralized. The human body is an electrical body. The autonomic nervous system is located like a network that reaches up to the capillary structure of our body. Applications on this nervous system network that extends to each cell can change the course of diseases. With the local anesthetic injection applied to certain places, three systems in the body are regulated; blood circulation, lymph circulation and nerve impulses. The blood circulation of the tissue increases, it is purified from metabolites and waste materials, and the tissue, whose neural stimulation is suitable, starts to work more regularly. Therefore, the self-healing capacity of the tissue that is fed, cleaned and regularly commanded increases. The autonomic nervous system is in close relationship with other systems of the body, such as the immune system and hormonal system, as well as with all body parts such as dermatome, myotoma, scleroma, which develop from somites in the embryological period, from the functioning of the internal organs to the provision of muscle and skin tone. Any malfunction in one of these mechanisms will result in the deterioration of the functions of the whole system, namely the harmony that is in perfect harmony, by reflex means. In other words, the disease can affect not only one organ, but the whole body. Again with neural therapy, all these systems and functions mentioned above are regulated.

It has been shown that many chronic diseases occur due to a conduction disorder in the autonomic nervous system, depending on the changes in the membrane potentials of nerve and ganglion cells. When there is a dysfunction in a part of our body, abnormal signals from this focus reach the spinal cord. If these abnormal signals do not end in a short time (that is, if there is no improvement) and if they are continuous, the control mechanisms in the spinal cord are disrupted, and when abnormal signals reach the brain, they may cause dysfunction in the central nervous system, autonomic nervous system and hormonal system. As a result of these dysfunctions, the brain goes through some changes and regulations, which causes the continuation of the abnormality in the area with the first dysfunction, and thus a vicious circle begins. Neural therapy breaks this vicious circle.

What is the disruptive field?

Bioelectrical damages in the autonomic nervous system are the basis of our diseases and persistent pain. Microbial diseases, surgeries, accidents, physical and psychological traumas we experience throughout our lives can cause local irritation and bioelectrically problematic “disruptive areas”. When our tonsils are inflamed, when we have dental treatment or after a cesarean section, the communication network in that area is affected and bioelectrical damage that can be permanent for life may occur. This can affect the autonomic nervous system and cause deterioration in other body functions.

It is important to treat these disruptive areas in the treatment protocol of neural therapy. The first thing to do in treatment is to find the first focus that sends abnormal signals to the autonomic nervous system. This focus may be a known scar or an underestimated chronic sinusitis or an unconscious tooth infection. Many diseases such as chronic neck pain, migraine, chronic fatigue and premenstrual syndrome may occur if the sinuses are an interference field. Autonomic nervous system dysfunction can be corrected with neural therapy applied to these disruptive areas. Disruptive fields are usually tonsils, teeth and scars . It does not matter whether the scars are large or small, old or new, in terms of disrupting areas. Scar (scar) tissues that appear after surgery cause many diseases. All scars are considered potentially disruptive areas unless proven otherwise. Many women state that their life has changed after cesarean section and that many of their complaints started after cesarean section.

Excitable tissues show the ability to create and transmit action potentials by changing the electrical properties of cell membranes against any stimulus. In healthy cells (during rest), the membrane potential is -40 to -90 mV, and this potential decreases with each stimulus (Depolarization), and immediately after that, the cell is recharged (Repolarization) by providing the necessary energy. In the face of a very strong stimulus or if the stimulus lasts for a long time and becomes chronic, the cell cannot repolarize. The resting potential of the cell, which remains in a constantly depolarized state, decreases (approximates to zero) and cannot continue its functions. When the membrane potential is hyper or hypopolarized, the ion pumps in the cell membrane cannot work, the cell becomes electrically paralyzed, and also the cell metabolism does not work properly. The residual products in the cell cannot be removed and toxic substances accumulate in the cell. Membrane potential cannot be returned to normal with the accumulation of toxic substances. In neural therapy, the membrane potential is corrected for about half an hour with local anesthetic injection, and during this time the ion pump can return to its normal function and clear waste materials. Thus, the diseased cell turns into a healthy cell. Pathogen messages in reflex arcs are eliminated and normal transmission is ensured. Thus, all cells return to their optimal functions. With the improvement of dysfunction, organs, glands and other tissues work better and the process leading to chronic disease is stopped.

With the emergence of the role of the autonomic nervous system in the mechanisms of disease formation, the importance of treatment methods affecting this system and especially neural therapy has increased in recent years. Being able to intervene quickly and effectively on pain and inflammation, which has an important place in musculoskeletal diseases, has made neural therapy an important treatment option.

Diseases for which Neural Therapy is Effective:

Neural therapy is a treatment method that can be used in almost every disease.
It is very effective especially in long-term, persistent pain where classical medicine is insufficient.

Treatment of migraine and headaches

Treatment of muscular pains such as neck, back and waist pains

Relief of pain in waist and neck hernias

Joint diseases (meniscus tear, reduction of fluid in the joint, sports injuries)

Treatment of pain caused by nerve compression

Treatment of rheumatic diseases

Treatment of allergic origin diseases such as allergic asthma and allergic rhinitis (immune system balance disorder)

Treatment of thyroid diseases

Elimination of menopause problems

Treatment of menstrual irregularities and severe menstrual cramps

Reproductive problems due to hormonal disorders

Treatment of chronic tonsillitis (inflammation of the throat that does not go away)

Chronic sinusitis treatment

Treatment of fibromyalgia (widespread muscle pain), persistent feeling of tiredness and weakness

Treatment of mental illnesses such as depression and panic attacks

Chronic constipation treatment

Treatment of intestinal diseases (irritable colon syndrome, ulcerative colitis and crohn)

facial paralysis treatment

Trigeminal neuralgia treatment

Sports injuries treatment

Cleansing the body of toxins

Anti-aging (prevention of aging)

Which patients do not receive neural therapy?

Cancer (may facilitate lymphatic spread)

genetic diseases

nutritional deficiency


Psychiatric diseases (excluding depression)

anatomical deficiencies

End-stage chronic diseases (the patient’s regulatory response is weakened)

Are There Any Side Effects of Neural Therapy?

Although it is not well known in our country, neural therapy, which has been applied in the West for almost a century, has no known side effects.

Neural therapy, which is considered a natural treatment, is not drug therapy.

The stimulation of the short-acting local anesthetic in the needles on the autonomic nervous system is used.

As soon as the injection is made, this stimulus spreads in the neural network and old nerve damage is bioelectrically corrected.

In neural therapy, the anesthetic and analgesic effects of these substances are not used, but their bioelectrical effects.

To Whom Can Neural Therapy Be Applied?

It can also be applied to pregnant and lactating mothers.

It can be applied to any patient, including children and the elderly.

Blood pressure, sugar, heart etc. Diseases and drugs used by the patient do not prevent treatment.

In some applications, caution should be exercised in those who use anticoagulant (blood thinner) drugs.

What is the Treatment Protocol?

Detailed history is taken; The emergence of the disease and its relationship with the events that may affect it are investigated. Previous surgery or dental treatment, frequent infections, traumas, psychological factors, medications, etc. are investigated.

Regional and segmental treatment; Here, it is aimed to provide healing through reflex connections with the injection made to the region and segment of the ailment. The patient should be checked 24 hours after each application and the changes in the complaints should be recorded. If there is a response to the treatment, segment therapy is continued. If there is no response, 3rd and 4th step treatments are started.

Treatment of the disruptive field.

Ganglion therapy. In cases where there is no response to the treatment, it is necessary to include the upper-acting organs in the treatment.

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