Mathias Dosch / Peter Dosch

Guideline to Neural Therapy

Introduction to therapy with local anaesthetics according to Huneke

Neural therapy, developed by the physicians Ferdinand and Walter Huneke, was first developed in the 1920s. It uses local anaesthetics to restore proper bioelectrical functions.

There are two procedures:

  • segmental therapy, using targeted injections where pain and other pathological symptoms appear,
  • the secondary phenomenon, the injection of a local anaesthetic into a so-called interference field i.e. into chronically mutated tissue, which causes disorders in other parts of the body.

This guideline of Dr. med. Mathias and Dr. med. Peter Dosch facilitates the use of neural therapy for physicians who are starting to get familiar with this method and helps expand their knowledge of neural therapy.

This book is available in German, English, and French.

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