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Neural Therapy


In 1925 two German physicians, Ferdinand and Walter Huneke accidentally discovered that the intravenous injection of novocaine was successful in eliminating migraine headaches. Continued research by the Huneke’s about the therapeutic importance of these injections lead to the observation of the first “lighting reaction” in 1940. Ferdinand injected a therapy-resistant frozen shoulder with Novocaine without the patient feeling any relief. Several days later, the patient developed itching in a scar that was located on the left lower leg. Ferdinand injected the scar with Novocaine and instantaneously the patient obtained painless, free range of motion in her shoulder. The patient’s history determined that she had surgery on the left lower leg and the surgery was considered a success. However, it was immediately following this surgery that the patient developed the frozen shoulder. Subsequently, the injection into the scar healed the shoulder. This instantaneous healing is referred to as “lighting reaction” and the scar is referred to as an “interference field.”

Thus the Huneke’s created a new system of healing that they referred to as Neural Therapy, by combining the more common uses of local anaesthetics for ganglion and nerve blocks with the treatment of interference fields.


Neural therapy is a gentle technique that involves the injection of local anaesthetic into tissues such as peripheral nerves, scars, glands, acupuncture points and autonomic ganglia. This therapy is based on the theory that trauma can produce longstanding disturbances in the electrochemical function of tissues. Thus, the fact that infiltration of a local anaesthetic into a scar can be helpful in healing a joint far away, suggest one of two theories.

The cells in scar tissue have a different membrane potential from normal body cells and when a cell loses its normal membrane potential, the ion pumps in the cell fail to function properly. This allows for abnormal minerals and toxic substances to accumulate in the cell, interfering with the cells ability to heal itself. By injecting a local anaesthetic around the cell wall, the ion pumps continue normal activity for the time period that the local anaesthetic works for (usually 1-2 hours). Within this time, the cell will detoxify itself and resume normal function. Due to the fact that scar tissue can create an electric voltage difference of up to 1.5 volts against the rest of the body, the scar creates abnormal electrical signalling that will initially disrupt the unprotected autonomic nerve fibres. Unfortunately a local disruption of the autonomic nerves can result in disruption of the entire autonomic nervous system causing severe dysfunction at sites remote from the scar tissue that is originally responsible for the disruption. This is referred to as “The Nervous System Theory.”

The second theory, the “Fascial Continuity Theory” suggests that the sheaths of connective tissue enveloping the muscles (fascia) are interconnected and scar tissue present within this system, impairs free fascial movement, resulting in dysfunction. This theory supports Ferdinand’s lightening reaction: the scar tissue in the left lower leg was creating an obstruction in the gliding movement of the fascia. The result; impaired movement all the way up to the shoulder joint, restricting movement and allowing for the formation of adhesions within the shoulder joint.

The interference fields that most commonly cause pain, or contribute to it, include:
1. Scars (that can be distant from the painful area)
2. Trigger points
3. Chronic stress
4. Sinus and tonsil infections
5. Teeth (root canal filled teeth, granulomas and cysts, impacted wisdom teeth, incompatible tooth restoration materials)
6. Intestine infections


Neural therapy can often instantly and lastingly resolve chronic longstanding illness, and chronic pain. Beyond the treatment of pain, Neural Therapy is also used for the treatment of illnesses such as focal infection, allergies, chronic bowel problems, kidney disease, prostate and female problems, infertility, tinnitus and others. Moreover, Neural Therapy provides detoxification and nervous system calming and alleviates headaches, anxiety, depression and insomnia.


The injected solution consists of 1% Procaine plus appropriate medication specific to the patient’s underlying conditions and symptoms.

Although it is possible that one injection can resolve the problem for good, more often there will be a partial improvement after each treatment.

Neural Therapy is a series of injections that is administered in the clinic, usually weekly or monthly for 3-6 months, and consists of a 20 - 40 minute appointment.

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