Neural Therapy Injections

Neural Therapy Removing Interference Fields

& Balancing the Autonomic Nervous System

Neural Therapy Injections

Neural Therapy Removing Interference Fields

& Balancing the Autonomic Nervous System

Neural Therapy

Neural Therapy

Neural therapy was discovered and developed by two brother physicians in Germany, Drs. Huneke.  It is the injection of procaine, a local anesthetic, into what are termed ‘Interference Fields.’

Interference fields include scars, both surgical and accidental, sites of infection (tonsils, adenoids, appendix, ears and teeth), and various nerve plexi and ganglion.

Any of the above can cause a disturbance of the neurovegetative system, also referred to as our autonomic nervous system, which constantly monitors and regulates glands and tissues of the body through nerve impulses.

Any chronic ailment can be due to an interference field.

Dr. Haskell’s extensive training has been primarily through NAANT or the North American Academy of Neural Therapy.

IC Injection

Case Dr. Peter Dosch

“This patient damaged his lumbar vertebral column during condition training with weights.

The stabbing pain was diagnosed as a ‘damaged intervertebral disc.’  The severity restricted movement of the vertebral column and made any type of sport impossible.

In accordance with his status as a star athlete, the patient was passed from one famous clinic to the next.  When he was at last told that surgery would be necessary, he came secretly to me because he was afraid that surgery would be an end to his sporting career.

Quaddle treatments (tiny amount of procaine injection just under the skin) in the region of the lumbar spine brought no lasting improvement, nor did intramuscular procaine injections around the vertebra at the level of the pain.

It was therefore necessary to search for an interference field.

When the patient told me that he had had a rumbling appendix since his schooldays, I set two quaddles over the McBurney’s point (about 3-4″ to the right of the belly button) and infiltrated through one of these down to the peritoneum (membrane covering abdominal organs).

The pain in his back vanished at once and he was again able to move freely in all directions.”

Cases like this, and thousands of others, are challenging to explain, partly because we do not fully understand the relationship between carious tissues and our sever trillion nerves.

Inflammation and irritation, even a local infection, of an innervated organ will have both local and distal negative consequences.

peter doschDr. Peter Dosch, MD

Case Dr. Peter Dosch

“Since the age of 12, Mrs. E. W. had suffered from chronic polyarthritis (painful joints), which progressed slowly but inexorably despite several spells in hospitals for treatment, annual visits to health spas for rheumatic diseases, and constant treatments by injections, tablets, embrocations, and massage.

She was no longer able to stand for any length of time and could walk only short distances.

Joints were swollen, deformed and stiffened.

From the patient’s history she had had diptheria as a child, and one tonsillar abscess followed by a tonsillectomy.

Huneke phenomenon (immediate relief of symptoms) occurred after injection of procaine into her tonsillar scars.

Four weeks later, a further treatment became necessary.  Since that time, over 10 years ago, she has experienced complete freedom from pain and a feeling of well-being she had not know previously.”

I know this seems like an impossible miracle, but the literature and thousands of clinical cases presented by neural therapy practitioners over the past 50 years are ‘testimonials’ of a viable means of addressing chronic, almost incurable, conditions.

dental injection procaine

Case Dr. Peter Dosch

“This patient had been suffering for years from arthrosis of a knee, with moderate symptoms, with sudden flare ups of rheumatic arthritis, causing it to swell with within a few hours, and to become so painful that she could no longer climb the stairs to go to bed.

No substantial improvement following segmental therapy (tiny injections of procaine just under the skin around the knee).

On being questioned, she stated that an upper canine tooth, used for attaching a somewhat shaky prosthesis, hurt occasionally.

An injection to this overtaxed but otherwise completely unsuspicious tooth immediately relieved the pain in her knee.

Within a very short time she was again able to climb the stairs.

Two days later, without further treatment or special care, the knee had become normal again, all swelling gone.

On four separate occasions during the next 3 years, the tooth had to be treated again when the knee became swollen and painful.

Each time, there was the same lightening (immediate) reaction.”

With localized complaints our investigation tends to look around the same region, but with neural therapy we must think globally, searching for distal interference fields which are often in the head and previous surgeries.

 

Segmental Neural Therapy

Case Dr. Haskell

This was one of my first neural therapy successes from about 30 years ago.

This gentleman had malaise, in other words, both physical and mental fatigue.

I tried everything from homeopathy and changes in diet, to supplements and nutritional IVs.

He either had a great trust in me or didn’t have any other options besides myself.

After about six visits we were both frustrated, so I decided to try neural therapy, but where to place the injections of procaine?

One technique is segmental therapy to the spine, involving tiny injections of procaine just under the skin, about 2″ on either side of the spinal column, all the way from the neck down to the sacrum, about 40 tiny injections in total.

I crossed my fingers and saw him about a month later.

‘I’m very upset,’ he said. Uh-oh.  ‘Why,’ I asked.

‘Why didn’t you do those injections when I first came to you?  I feel completely well. My brain is finally working, my joints seem so much more flexible, and all my digestive issues have improved greatly.’

When you figure that procaine is resetting the autonomic nervous system and all those 7 trillion nerves, most of which travel through and out the spinal column, he was right… I should have done this vertebral neural therapy during his first visit.

Neural Therapy Book

Neural Therapy

Neural therapy was discovered and developed by two brother physicians in Germany, Drs. Huneke.  It is the injection of procaine, a local anesthetic, into what are termed ‘Interference Fields.’

Interference fields include scars, both surgical and accidental, sites of infection (tonsils, adenoids, appendix, ears and teeth), and various nerve plexi and ganglion.

Any of the above can cause a disturbance of the neurovegetative system, also referred to as our autonomic nervous system, which constantly monitors and regulates glands and tissues of the body through nerve impulses.

Any chronic ailment can be due to an interference field.

Dr. Haskell’s extensive training has been primarily through NAANT or the North American Academy of Neural Therapy.

IC Injection

Case Dr. Peter Dosch

“This patient damaged his lumbar vertebral column during condition training with weights.

The stabbing pain was diagnosed as a ‘damaged intervertebral disc.’  The severity restricted movement of the vertebral column and made any type of sport impossible.

In accordance with his status as a star athlete, the patient was passed from one famous clinic to the next.  When he was at last told that surgery would be necessary, he came secretly to me because he was afraid that surgery would be an end to his sporting career.

Quaddle treatments (tiny amount of procaine injection just under the skin) in the region of the lumbar spine brought no lasting improvement, nor did intramuscular procaine injections around the vertebra at the level of the pain.

It was therefore necessary to search for an interference field.

When the patient told me that he had had a rumbling appendix since his schooldays, I set two quaddles over the McBurney’s point (about 3-4″ to the right of the belly button) and infiltrated through one of these down to the peritoneum (membrane covering abdominal organs).

The pain in his back vanished at once and he was again able to move freely in all directions.”

Cases like this, and thousands of others, are challenging to explain, partly because we do not fully understand the relationship between carious tissues and our sever trillion nerves.

Inflammation and irritation, even a local infection, of an innervated organ will have both local and distal negative consequences.

peter doschDr. Peter Dosch, MD

Case Dr. Peter Dosch

“Since the age of 12, Mrs. E. W. had suffered from chronic polyarthritis (painful joints), which progressed slowly but inexorably despite several spells in hospitals for treatment, annual visits to health spas for rheumatic diseases, and constant treatments by injections, tablets, embrocations, and massage.

She was no longer able to stand for any length of time and could walk only short distances.

Joints were swollen, deformed and stiffened.

From the patient’s history she had had diptheria as a child, and one tonsillar abscess followed by a tonsillectomy.

Huneke phenomenon (immediate relief of symptoms) occurred after injection of procaine into her tonsillar scars.

Four weeks later, a further treatment became necessary.  Since that time, over 10 years ago, she has experienced complete freedom from pain and a feeling of well-being she had not know previously.”

I know this seems like an impossible miracle, but the literature and thousands of clinical cases presented by neural therapy practitioners over the past 50 years are ‘testimonials’ of a viable means of addressing chronic, almost incurable, conditions.

dental injection procaine

Case Dr. Peter Dosch

“This patient had been suffering for years from arthrosis of a knee, with moderate symptoms, with sudden flare ups of rheumatic arthritis, causing it to swell with within a few hours, and to become so painful that she could no longer climb the stairs to go to bed.

No substantial improvement following segmental therapy (tiny injections of procaine just under the skin around the knee).

On being questioned, she stated that an upper canine tooth, used for attaching a somewhat shaky prosthesis, hurt occasionally.

An injection to this overtaxed but otherwise completely unsuspicious tooth immediately relieved the pain in her knee.

Within a very short time she was again able to climb the stairs.

Two days later, without further treatment or special care, the knee had become normal again, all swelling gone.

On four separate occasions during the next 3 years, the tooth had to be treated again when the knee became swollen and painful.

Each time, there was the same lightening (immediate) reaction.”

With localized complaints our investigation tends to look around the same region, but with neural therapy we must think globally, searching for distal interference fields which are often in the head and previous surgeries.

 

Segmental Neural Therapy

Case Dr. Haskell

This was one of my first neural therapy successes from about 30 years ago.

This gentleman had malaise, in other words, both physical and mental fatigue.

I tried everything from homeopathy and changes in diet, to supplements and nutritional IVs.

He either had a great trust in me or didn’t have any other options besides myself.

After about six visits we were both frustrated, so I decided to try neural therapy, but where to place the injections of procaine?

One technique is segmental therapy to the spine, involving tiny injections of procaine just under the skin, about 2″ on either side of the spinal column, all the way from the neck down to the sacrum, about 40 tiny injections in total.

I crossed my fingers and saw him about a month later.

‘I’m very upset,’ he said. Uh-oh.  ‘Why,’ I asked.

‘Why didn’t you do those injections when I first came to you?  I feel completely well. My brain is finally working, my joints seem so much more flexible, and all my digestive issues have improved greatly.’

When you figure that procaine is resetting the autonomic nervous system and all those 7 trillion nerves, most of which travel through and out the spinal column, he was right… I should have done this vertebral neural therapy during his first visit.