In the upcoming workshops neural therapy will be taught by the most advanced European practitioners. Neural Therapy (NT) is still not well known in the English speaking world of medical practitioners. It is an approach that regulates the autonomic nervous system (ANS) and cell milieu through injections of local anesthetics. Every cell in our body and every organ function is being controlled by ANS. Practitioners who learn this method enjoy the privilege of successfully treating the most complicated patients.
In late autumn there will be an opportunity to choose between two courses: one for beginners and one for those who already know something about neural therapy. The courses are open to MD’s, DO’s, NP’s, ND’s, DDS’s, PA’s who are licensured to do injections in their jurisdictions.
The uniqueness of our courses is having a hands-on approach. The goal is to learn how to do injections and be confident enough to implement those skills. Each course will have several additional workshops to learn the various intricacies of this unique approach.
The first introductory course for beginners will be held December 1 to December 3, 2017 and will be taught by Dr. David Vinyes from Spain. He has a unique expertise in neural therapy. He will be teaching along with his wife Dr. Teresa Garcia Caballro. There will be two additional seminars in 2018.
The second course is primarily for those who already have some understanding of neural therapy, but want to learn the complexities of its application and ways to combine with other therapeutic approaches. NT is a part of German Biological Medicine which is a highly advanced and multifaceted medical discipline. In German speaking countries it is accepted as part of conventional medicine, incorporating multiple aspects of treatment and diagnosis, such as homeopathy, acupuncture, dark field macroscopy, nutrition and many other aspects. Dr. Ralf Oettmeier will be teaching this course. He has been a leading practitioner in several advanced clinics in Germany and Switzerland. The first weekend for this course will be November 17-19, 2017.
Below you will find more information about these unique practitioners: