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Neural Therapy is the injection of local anesthetics into carefully selected points of the body. It is often possible to cure or greatly improve many predominantly chronic conditions with this therapy which produces a response of the whole of the neurovegetative system. This small explanatory book is not only an excellent introduction for the patient but also for the physician unfamiliar with neural therapy. Several useful case histories are included.
Foreword to the 1st English edition
Small Causes, great effects
Segmental treatment: a part of neural therapy
The instant cure by the Huneke phenomenon (lightning reaction)
In what disorders can neural therapy help?
What disorders cannot be cured by neural therapy?
What the doctor needs to know before beginning to treat a patient with procaine or lidocaine
Cures by the Huneke phenomenon (lightning reaction)
What should be noted after treatment?
Rejuvenation through procaine?
Legal principles and the physician's duty to inform