Neural Therapy

Neural therapy

Neural therapy is a method used in complementary medicine in which a small amount of procaine is injected locally into the body.
Procaine is a weak local anesthetic and has become widely used in neural therapy. Consequently, it is also referred to as a neural therapeutic agent.

Injection of procaine can be applied in the following ways:

  • Injection directly under the skin, e.g. in the area of painful trigger points or scars.
  • Injection at muscles, tendons and ligaments
  • Injection at nerve bundles and ganglia (accumulation of nerve cell bodies)
  • Injection into joints

The effect of neural therapy is based on the fact that the nerve conduction is interrupted (similar to computer restart) and the autonomic nervous system is calmed and regulated. In addition, procaine increases local blood flow, reduces the body’s tendency to inflammation, and optimizes the energy balance of the body’s cells.

Neural therapy is used especially for chronic pain and chronic inflammation. However, neural therapy also offers reliable support for joint diseases, hormonal problems and disorders of the immune system.

Med. pract. Dana Hreus M.A.

At Alpine BioMedical, we use neural therapy as a supportive measure to relieve pain and improve the body's regulatory processes.

Med. pract. Dana Hreus M.A.

Further information

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