Neural Therapy for the daily practice

Lorenz Fischer (Bern) and Katia Puente de la Vega (Barcelona)

Neural therapy is a treatment that uses injections of local anesthetics for diagnosis and therapy. This treatment modality uses the auto-regulatory mechanisms and plastic properties of the nervous system. The generation of targeted stimuli (through the needle) and the selective extinction of other stimuli (through the local anesthetic) affect both the organization of the nervous system and the tissue perfusion, thereby disrupting positive feedback actions (vicious circle) in the pain cycle.
In pain process a vicious circle can be interrupted. The long- term effect, that has been proved by new studies, can be explained to a great extent by modern pain physiology.

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