Neural therapy according to Huneke is a form of therapy which involves applying local anaesthetics at specific places in order to trigger a healing impulse.
Neural therapy was defined and developed by two German physicians, Drs. Walter and Ferdinand Huneke, in the last century. The view that every illness must be considered and treated in the context of the overall affairs/events that take place in the body is the basis of the neural therapy plan. Often, symptoms in one place are caused by a physical illness of another organ.
Today, neural therapy according to Huneke is applied by thousands of doctors worldwide. It is a therapeutic procedure from the field of complementary medicine, which is established to a great extent and partially recognised on academic level. I am using neural therapy according to Huneke specifically to treat pain. Injections into regions sometimes found deep inside (e. g., nerve junctions) are precisely executed in my clinic using image control and non-invasive ultrasound technology.
Knowledge and exercise of neural therapy should be left to experienced specialists. In Germany, the education is carried out and supervised by the ‘Internationale Gesellschaft für Neuraltherapie nach Huneke’ (International Society for Neural Therapy according to Huneke). In Austria, neural therapy is already an additional term approved by the Austrian Medical Association.
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