Atlas of Neural Therapy With Local Anesthetics / Edition 2

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Once regarded with skepticism by the medical establishment, neural therapy - injecting procaine and lidocaine into specific nerve and tissue sites to restore proper bioelectrical function - is rapidly gaining worldwide acceptance as an effective complement to orthodox medical techniques. This has been bolstered by the large number of studies by well-know physicians establishing that the results obtained by neural therapy are firmly grounded in modern scientific research. In Germany, where it was first developed in the 1920s, an estimated 50% of all medical practitioners use neural therapy techniques to treat a wide range of conditions. Now, with the second edition of this classic teaching atlas, you have at hand the principles and techniques of neural therapy - all demonstrated with exceptionally clear, full-color photographs. The accompanying text gives full instructions on administering the injections, including indications, materials and techniques, plus insertion point, direction and depth. This new edition features many key revisions and updates:
• More than 150 vivid, full-color photographs and illustrations that highlight neural therapy techniques in every anatomic region
• Indications, materials and techniques shown for all injection procedures* Insertion point, direction and depth given for each injection
• Cautions that alert you to possible complications and how to avoid them* Separate sections focusing on dental procedures and segmental therapy techniques With its detailed depictions of neural therapy techniques and protocols, this acclaimed book is a useful refresher for experienced practitioners and a valuable visual introduction for newcomers looking to add neural therapy to their medical armory. This insider view is the definitive guide for performing neural therapy - a must-have for all practitioners open to this fast-growing treatment area.

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher provides a comprehensive review of neural therapy techniques. Each technique listed contains information on the indications, materials required and detailed procedure directions. There is at least one figure associated with each technique and most have two or more. Figures can include a live nude model or plastic model photographs and/or diagrams. All figures are clearly labeld and support the text. is recommended for medical libraries and practices. —E-Streams Vol.7, No. 5
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781588901057
  • Publisher: Thieme
  • Publication date: 6/18/2003
  • Edition description: 2
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 214
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Physician in Private Practice, Munich, Germany

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Table of Contents



Needle Size Equivalents

Segmental Therapy

The Segments of the Body (Head ’s Zones)

Internal Organs and Their Related Pain and Reactive Segments

Summary of the Principal Injection Points in the Segmental Treatment of the Disorders of the

Segmental Therapy in Cardiac Disorders

Segmental Therapy in Cardiac Disorders

Segmental Therapy in Disorders of the Lungs

Segmental Therapy in Disorders of the Lungs

Segmental Therapy in Disorders of the Liver and Gallbladder

Segmental Therapy in Disorders of the Liver and Gallbladder

Segmental Therapy in Gastric Disorders

Segmental Therapy in Gastric Disorders

Summary of the Principal Injection Points on the Head (Anterior Aspect)

Summary of the Principal Injection Points on the Head (Lateral Aspect)

Frequently Used Injection Points on the Back of the Head, on Neck and Shoulders

The Lightning Reaction and the Search for an Interference Field


List of Injections

Head, Neck

Chest, Back, Abdomen, Pelvis

Extremities: Arms, Legs

Head, Neck

Injection to and into the Temporal Artery

Injection to the Upper Cervical Ganglion and the Retrostyloid Region

Injection to the Ciliary Ganglion

Injection to the Mandibular Nerve Near the Gasserian Ganglion

Injection to the Sphenopalatine Ganglion and the Maxillary Nerve

Injection to the Stellate Ganglion

Injection to the Stellate Ganglion (According to Herget)

Injection to the Stellate Ganglion (According to Leriche and Fontaine, as Modified by P Dosch)

Injection to the Stellate Ganglion (According to Reischauer)

Injection under the Scalp

Injection to the Mastoid Process

Injection to the Glossopharyngeal Nerve

Injection to the Infraorbital Nerve

Injection to the Superior Laryngeal Nerve

Injection to the Mental Nerve

Injection to the Occipital Nerve

Injection to the Phrenic Nerve C3 –C5

Injection to the Lateral Supraorbital Nerve

Injection to the Deep Cervical Plexus C2 –C4

Injection to the Superficial Cervical Plexus

Injection into the Thyroid

Injection to the Palatine Tonsil

Injection into the Adenoids (Pharyngeal Tonsil) and the Pharyngeal Hypophysis

Test Injections to the Teeth

Chest, Back, Abdomen, Pelvis

Injection to the Intercostal Nerves

Epidural Anesthesia

Injection into the Posterior Sacral Foramina

Injection to the Abdominal Sympathetic Chain (According to Vishnevski)

Injection to the Lumbar Sympathetic Chain

Injection into the Region of the Root of the Sciatic Nerve L3 –L5

Injection to and into the Sacral Plexus

Presacral Infiltration According to Pendl

Injection into the Sacroiliac Joint

Injection to Frankenhäuser’s Ganglia (Uterovaginal Plexus)

Injection into the Pelvic Region

Injection into the Epigastrium

Injection to Vogler’s Points

Injection to the Xiphoid

Injection to the Pudendal Nerve

Injection into the Prostate

Injection into the Prostate (Suprapubic Injection According to Hopfer)

Extremities: arms, legs

Injection to and into the Brachial Artery

Injection to the Subclavian Artery

Injection into the Elbow Joint

Injection into the Wrist Joint

Injection into the Shoulder Joint

Injection to the Median Nerve

Injection to the Radial Nerve

Injection to the Ulnar Nerve

Ring-block Anesthesia of Fingers and Toes

Injection to the Brachial Plexus C5 –T1

Injection to and into the Femoral Artery

Injection to and into the Posterior Tibial Artery

Injections into the Hip Joint

Injection into the Knee Joint

Injection into the Ankle Joint

Injection into the Joints of Fingers and Toes

Injection to the Lateral Cutaneous Femoral Nerve

Injection to and into the Femoral Nerve

Injection to the Fibular Nerve

Injection to the Obturator Nerve

Injection to the Tibial Nerve

Injection to the Trochanter Major

Quaddle Therapy

Intramuscular Infiltration

Quaddles in the Region of the Knee Joint

Quaddles in the Sacroiliac Region

Quaddles in the Parasternal Region

Quaddles to the Pelvic Region

Intravenous Injection

Injections into Scars

Interference Fields in the Teeth and Jaws


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