Neural therapy / therapeutic local anasthetics
This procedure shuts off interfering fields, caused for example by scar tissue or dental focals (abscess), by injecting local anaesthetics (e.g. Procain, Lidocain) to break the nerve interaction between the interfering field and the organ which has fallen ill. This helps stimulate a self-healing state. Applied Kinesiology is used for the diagnosis of interference fields following a thorough case history and examination of the patient. Local anaesthetics are an effective component of pain therapy for disrupting the vicious cycle of pain and tension which supports chronic pain.
We often combine local anaesthetics with single or complex homeopathics which are injected at acupuncture points (homoeosiniatry), to boost the effects of the anaesthetics.