neural therapy


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neu·ral ther·a·py

(nūr'ăl thār'ă-pē)
The use of injections of anesthetics to reverse the effects of cumulative trauma to the body.
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Their review of neural therapy is an excellent primer for those unfamiliar with the treatment modality and a great read for those administering it to patients daily.
He Chairs the Gene Therapy Resource Program for NHLBI, was President of the American Society for Neural Therapy and Repair (2012-2013) and is President of the American Society for Experimental Neurotherapeutics.
He has a vast experience in sports injuries, having worked with different national teams in Cuba, including wrestling, He also attended a number of world-class competitions such as the World Athletics Championship in Portugal in 2002, besides a series of specialized courses in medical supervision, sports injuries, sports traumatology and neural therapy.
Atlas of neural therapy with local anesthetics, 3d ed.
Manual of neural therapy according to Huneke, 2d ed.
Guyer said he uses neural therapy, "which works to remove short circuits in the body's electrical network and to restore normal function.
Neural therapy relies on anaesthetic injections to clear up "electrical interference" causing problems in the body.
For more information please contact the American Academy of Neural Therapy, Inc.
A relatively unknown technique initially developed in Germany during the early 1900s known as neural therapy (NT) is emerging as a simple and effective treatment for chronic pain.
Guyer explained how he uses neural therapy, "which works to remove short circuits in the body's electrical network and to restore normal function.