Neural Therapy is the injection of scars to free adhesions that are impairing nerve and
acupuncture meridians. It is also used to normalize the function of various
nerve plexus in the body.
The Germans were the first to recognize the issues of nerve transmission
interruption due to scars and adhesions. They began to treat scars by injecting
them with local anesthetic to break up the adhesion net created by the healing
response. They found that many muscle and joint pains resolved completely by
just addressing scar tissue.
The evolution of neural therapy included the injection of nerve plexuses with
local anesthetic to reset their cell membranes. Once these nerves were injected,
the nerve transmission was restored to normal, alleviating pain and associated
One of the most profound nerve plexus injections is called the Frankenhauser
plexus (inferior hypogastric plexus) injection. The treatment seems to ‘wake-up’
the nervous tissue in the pelvis.
This injection has shown amazing results in women with:
Bilateral hip pain that has been unresponsive to treatment in the past and gets
worse with menstrual cycles
Any menstrual issues (heavy flow, excessive pain, etc.)
Infertility of unknown origin
Adhesions from the scars of hysterectomies and c-sections
The number of treatments done with neural therapy depends upon the response of
the patient; however it is very common to require 1-3 sessions.