Neural therapy relieves post-gallbladder-surgery syndrome
Patient: 48-year-old female
History: The patient complained of recurrent pain in the upper right part of her abdomen which radiated into the area between
her shoulder blades. The pain began a few weeks after surgery to remove her gallbladder three years earlier, and was similar to the
pain she had experienced before the surgery.
Physical findings: A physical exam and x-rays showed no apparent cause of pain, such as a bile duct stone.
Interference field: A scar from the gallbladder surgery.
Treatment: Neural therapy was administered, injecting the scar with procaine, a local anesthetic.
Outcome: The pain was gone after three sessions. The first treatment provided relief for four days, the second for two weeks, and
the third resulted in a cure.
Comments: Post-gallbladder-surgery syndrome is nearly always caused by an interference field in the surgical scar or by the tissue
memory of the gallbladder itself.
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