In a procaine-base infusion, or what is also called "systemic" neural therapy, the local anaesthetic (procaine) is administered as an infusion in combination with a base (sodium hydrogen carbonate). This combination has a favourable effect on chronic pain and inflammatory conditions.Schedule an appointment
Help with acute and chronic pain
The intravenous administration of procaine has a positive effect on the entire nervous system of the body, as well as anti-inflammatory and antioxidative effects. This reduces existing pain and restores a nervous system sensitised to chronic pain back to a normal state of stimulation.
The base sodium hydrogen carbonate prolongs the effect of procaine, improves the cell environment and optimises the body’s acid-base ratio.
The main area of application for neural therapy is in conditions involving acute and chronic pain. As a regulatory therapy, however, it can also be used to support or even cure a number of chronic organ diseases.
A procaine base infusion can be carried out for the following disorders and diseases:
- Acute and chronic pain
- Inflammatory and degenerative diseases (rheumatic diseases, fibromyalgia, migraines, neuralgias)
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- Lung, heart and kidney diseases
- Chronic diseases of the tonsils, sinuses and teeth
- Circulatory disorders
Method of treatment
Generally, a series of six to ten infusions should be carried out. The interval between treatments varies depending on the severity of the clinical picture and is one to several times a week. If tolerated well, the procaine dose is gradually increased until the optimum effect is achieved.