Introducing Neural Therapy
A Western science-based alternative to technology-driven medicine
"Just a brilliant, interesting and well-written book."
- Michael L. Kuchera, DO,
For more than 70 years, neural therapy has been used by German physicians to identify and treat the
underlying cause of pain and illness, from migraine to irritable bowel syndrome. Its success is based on
finding and treating foci of electrophysiological instability known as interference fields.
Canadian physician Robert F. Kidd, MD, CM, who has taught neural therapy in the U.S. and Canada since
1995 and practiced it since 1987, offers the first English-language neural
therapy clinical textbook in more than 20 years. This practical guide introduces
the method and explains how to diagnose and treat patients with neural therapyso
physicians can start integrating this method into their medical practice immediately.
Neural therapy works similarly to osteopathic manipulationby treating local disturbances of
autonomic nervous system function. In his groundbreaking book, Dr. Kidd explains the traditional neural
therapy technique of injecting procaine and other substances into interference fields to reverse the
bioelectrical instability underlying pain and illness. He also presents his own neural therapy approach
that achieves the same outcome without needles.