Neural Therapy

What is it ?

In dentistry, neural therapy can diagnose "disturbance fields" that can prevent joints (elbow, knee, hip), organs, viscera etc. from working properly.


In Traditional Chinese Medicine, it is recognised that all the meridians of our body go through the teeth. We stimulate these meridians and the flow of energy through the 15,000 contacts a day between the top and bottom teeth.

A scar located on a meridian can become a "disruptive field" and prevent energy flow.

This then causes a disruption in the functioning of organs, viscera, parts of the skeleton that correspond to the altered meridian.

Disturbance fields

In dentistry, we can find as disturbance fields in the following areas: apical infections, including teeth and roots, periodontal disease, malocclusions, electrogalvanism (electrical current between amalgam and other metals in the mouth), certain filling pastes, NICOs

Neural therapy is a tool that diagnoses "disturbance fields". It neutralises the scar and thus allows a normal energy flow at the meridian. We can then observe an almost instantaneous disappearance of joint pain, even pain which has become chronic. Flexible movement, which had completely disappeared, can then be rediscovered.

Even if we don't completely understand how it works scientifically, it seems that neural therapy is a "regulatory medicine that resets the self-healing process through the neuro-vegetative system."

The latter operates through a network in the body and plays an important role in pain management.

Thus, a right shoulder pain may be connected to the first right lower molar which, when devitalised, can become a disruptive field. A procaine injection in the molar can stop or reduce pain for about 8 hours. This then confirms the tooth's relationship with the problem of the shoulder.

To find teeth which are potentially responsible for problems it is necessary to take a history and perform a clinical and a panoramic, 3D radiological examination.