What are Chronic Foci?
Chronic Foci or interference fields are usually silent and asymptomatic.
However, they can cause symptoms elsewhere, often remote from the focal site.
For example, one can have numerous episodes of Tonsillitis as a child, and even
have a Tonsillectomy, and still have tonsil foci as an adult.
The Tonsils and throat no longer get infected, but the adult now has fatigue,
memory loss and intermittent depression. These brain symptoms are called the
"disturbed field", secondary to the tonsil focus.
A second example is an incorrectly extracted wisdom tooth (third molar).
dentists will leave the periodontal ligament as well as other tissues behind in the socket. These tissues continue to cause irritation to the nerves,
especially the sympathetic neurons that constrict surrounding blood vessels and impair circulation.
These tissues also impede nutrition and oxygen to the site.
After a period of time, this dental "focus" will negatively affect the body
with the most
common problem areas being the heart and the small intestine. For example, a 19 year old begins to
experience irritable bowel symptoms after his wisdom teeth are extracted at the
age of 18. By age 30, this same individual starts having heart symptoms such as intermittent
rapid heartbeat and left chest pain, as well as easy fatigue with exertion.
We may sum up as follows:
- Any chronic ailment may be due to an interference field
- Any part of the body may become an interference field
- Any disorder due to an interference field may be cured by the elimination of
the interference field
How Does Neural Therapy Work?
Traditional Neural Therapy involves the injection of local
anaesthetics such as Procaine or Lidocaine into nerve sites, acupuncture points, scars and other
The local anaesthetic brought into the interference field repolarizes and
stabilizes the defective cell membrane potential so the "error" of the autonomic
nervous system is corrected at least for the time being, and its efficiency is
restored. Each repetition improves the organism's ability to recharge and
maintain the necessary potential autonomously. This fact accounts for the
What Conditions Can Be Treated With Neural Therapy?
The following list is a summary of disorders in which Neural Therapy has been
found particularly successful. Many people have difficulty in accepting that a
single product should be capable of offering relief in such a large number of
disorders but in fact what we are looking for here is not a remedy at all, but
the effect of a product upon the ability of the body to restore itself to
health. This is why the injection site is so crucial, for we must activate the
body’s innate curative powers and help it affect a cure at the point where the
disorder is transmitted and controlled.
- Partial Deafness
- Hay Fever
- Severe Nervousness
- Enlargement of Thyroid
- Whiplash Syndrome
- Bronchial or Cardiac Asthma
- Liver and Gallbladder Disease
- Cardiac Neurosis
- Gastric and Duodenal Ulcers
- Menstrual Pain
- Vaginal Discharge
- Joint and Muscular Rheumatism
- Skin Diseases
- All forms of Neuralgia