In Neural therapy or therapeutic local anesthesia, a small amount of local anesthetic is injected via a thin injection needle into affected areas or places where there are blockages of the autonomic nervous system (this is the nervous system that controls digestion, respiration, heart function, etc. and therefore not under the influence of the ‘will’ state).
These blockages create so-called interference fields that can be restored with the help of neural therapy.
Especially with severe (chronic) pain, neural therapy can be very effective. Especially when it concerns rheumatic pains, residual pains or other disorders after, for example, an accident and / or surgery and pains caused by scars.