Neural therapy is a diagnostic and therapeutic method for detecting diseases, relieving pain and curing or relieving illnesses. This therapeutic method uses special injection devices. The two founders of neural therapy are Ferdinand and Walter Huneke. D octor Ferdinand Huneke treated ailments by injecting an area of the body far away from the centre of the complaint.
Neural therapy is founded on two basic principles, which are known as interference field theory and segment theory. The interference field theory assumes that injuries, in flammation, pathological processes and organ scarring can negatively affect other organs in the body. As a result, the body attempts to compensate for these interferences. Segment theory is based on the idea that there are neural connections between the skin and the organs in the body. Each area of skin is assigned to a particular section of the body.
Oversensitivity in one of these skin zones can be traced back to a disorder in the corresponding internal organ. Therapeutic injections in these areas of the skin can influence the illness process, facilitating relief or a cure.
An extensive medical history can reveal a number of interferences. These need not all be active, as interferences can be "mute." Special tests can show if interference fields are present and, if so, which cause the discomfort.
The administration of a specially selected neural therapy agent helps channel energy into the tissues, dissolve blockages in the segments, stabilise the body's defence system and stimulate the self-healing process.
- Joint pain (e.g. hip, shoulder, elb ow)
- Rheumatic diseases
- Muscle tension
- Lower back pain
30 minutes | 30 €
every initial treatment:
25 minutes | 35 €
60 minutes | 70 €
Each additional 30 minutes | 35 €
Additional material charges:
Materials | 15 €