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Neuraltherapy

 

 

Neural therapy is a method used in the treatment of various diseases to balance the body's neurovegetative system with a very small amount of local anesthetic.

 

Neural therapy is a holistic treatment approach that can be used alone or in combination with other treatment methods.

In addition to the nervous system that makes voluntary movements in our body, there is also an involuntary vegetative (autonomic) nervous system.

 

Involuntary events such as the work of the heart, the enlargement and contraction of the pupils, and bowel movements are managed by this system.

The vegetative nervous system has two opposite but harmonious systems; sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system.

 

 In order to maintain a healthy state, all organs, muscles, nerves, skin and connective tissue in our body must work in a holistic manner.

If the conductivity of the vegetative nervous system, which plays a role in providing this integrity, is impaired, the body cannot cope with the successive dysfunctions and symptoms such as pain, nausea, sleep, increased or decreased appetite appear.

Genetic factors, past diseases, environmental factors, hidden inflammations, scar tissue can disrupt the integrity and cause complaints.

 

Diseases for which neuraltherapy is effective

 

Neural therapy is a treatment method used by mostly helpless patients. It is effective in the following diseases, especially pain.

 

·         Shoulder, elbow, hand, hip, knee and foot pain

·         Fibromyalgia (soft tissue rheumatism)

·         Rheumatism

·         Neck and waist hernia

·         Headache

·         Facial paralysis (Peripheral Facial Paralysis)

·         Carpal tunnel syndrome

·         Trigeminal neuralgia

·         shingles pain

·         Vertigo (Dizziness)

·         Tinnitus (tinnitus)

·         Hormonal disorders

·         Menstrual irregularities

·         Thyroid diseases

·         Frequent recurrent infections. like tonsillitis

 

To whom does it apply?

 

Neural therapy can be easily applied to children, elderly, pregnant and lactating mothers, hypertension, diabetes and heart patients.

 

It should be used with caution in patients using blood thinners.

 

Neural therapy is not performed in myasthenia gravis.

 

The science that studies control, communication and functioning in living things and machines, cybernetics, cybernetics.

 

Method of Application

 

Neuraltherapy is usually applied into the skin with small needles (insulin needle). It also has applications such as segmental, periosteal, ganglion, and interference fields. Generally, applications are painless or slightly painful.


Neural therapy is a method used in the treatment of various diseases to balance the body's neurovegetative system with a very small amount of local anesthetic.

 

Neural therapy is a holistic treatment approach that can be used alone or in combination with other treatment methods.

In addition to the nervous system that makes voluntary movements in our body, there is also an involuntary vegetative (autonomic) nervous system.

 

Involuntary events such as the work of the heart, the enlargement and contraction of the pupils, and bowel movements are managed by this system.

The vegetative nervous system has two opposite but harmonious systems; sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system.

 

 In order to maintain a healthy state, all organs, muscles, nerves, skin and connective tissue in our body must work in a holistic manner.

If the conductivity of the vegetative nervous system, which plays a role in providing this integrity, is impaired, the body cannot cope with the successive dysfunctions and symptoms such as pain, nausea, sleep, increased or decreased appetite appear.

Genetic factors, past diseases, environmental factors, hidden inflammations, scar tissue can disrupt the integrity and cause complaints.

 

Diseases for which neuraltherapy is effective

 

Neural therapy is a treatment method used by mostly helpless patients. It is effective in the following diseases, especially pain.

 

·         Shoulder, elbow, hand, hip, knee and foot pain

·         Fibromyalgia (soft tissue rheumatism)

·         Rheumatism

·         Neck and waist hernia

·         Headache

·         Facial paralysis (Peripheral Facial Paralysis)

·         Carpal tunnel syndrome

·         Trigeminal neuralgia

·         shingles pain

·         Vertigo (Dizziness)

·         Tinnitus (tinnitus)

·         Hormonal disorders

·         Menstrual irregularities

·         Thyroid diseases

·         Frequent recurrent infections. like tonsillitis

 

To whom does it apply?

 

Neural therapy can be easily applied to children, elderly, pregnant and lactating mothers, hypertension, diabetes and heart patients.

 

It should be used with caution in patients using blood thinners.

 

Neural therapy is not performed in myasthenia gravis.

 

The science that studies control, communication and functioning in living things and machines, cybernetics, cybernetics.

 

Method of Application

 

Neuraltherapy is usually applied into the skin with small needles (insulin needle). It also has applications such as segmental, periosteal, ganglion, and interference fields. Generally, applications are painless or slightly painful.