WHAT IS NEURAL THERAPY?
Neural therapy is a medical method used in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases caused by autonomic nervous system. There are functional disorders of the autonomic nervous system under many discomforts that we cannot treat with classical treatment methods.
Local disorders called disruptive field react with electrophysiological disorder and abnormal neurological signals and autonomic nervous system.
Disruptive areas may occur after physical and mental trauma. Examples of these scans are post-surgical scars or loss of a relative.
The autonomic nervous system reacts to these disruptive areas and may cause discomfort in remote areas of the body. For example, a caesarean section may be the source of prolonged low back pain.
A significant number of patients who undergo surgical intervention and medication may have disruptive areas. Therefore, these areas should be sought in many painful syndromes related to the autonomic nervous system.
HOW TO TREAT?
Diluted (0.4 - 0.5%) procaine or lidocaine (local anesthetic) is used at the painful areas, spine chain and disruptive areas that cause disease
The purpose of this treatment is to rearrange the irregularity caused by disruptive areas to work normally. The electrical potential of the cell is rearranged with the anesthetic agent (procaine or lidocaine) and the impaired functions of the tissues are normalized.
The treatment effect lasts longer than the expected effect of local anesthetics, and recurrent therapies provide recovery by eliminating the effect of disruptive area
WHAT IS THE SIDE EFFECT OF NEURAL THERAPY?
Neural therapy is a treatment method that has been applied in western countries for about 100 years, because the local anesthetics used are obtained from stinging nettle and bitter almonds.
WHICH TREATMENT OF DIESASES WE USE NEURAL THERAPY?
- Neck back and low back pain
- Neck and lumbar hernias
- Knee, hip, shoulder pains
- Ankylosing spondylitis, fibromyalgia
- Rheumatic diseases
- Circulatory disorders in the legs
- Fascial paralysis (facial paralysis), Trigeminal nevraji
HOW MANY SESSION CAN BE USED ?
Neural therapy is a warning-compliance treatment. There are 2 or 3 sessions a week.
Treatment sessions are different in each patient. The reason for this is the severity of the disease, the number of disruptive areas in the body and the different healing abilities of patients.
Therefore, Neural Therapy begins to show effects between the 1st and the 5th session, and the treatment effect is low or too, gives us an idea about the total number of treatment sessions.