Using neural therapy at the Krankenhaus für Naturheilweisen München
The Krankenhaus für Naturheilweisen (KfN) München creates therapies for their patients that are adapted individually to their discomforts combining guideline conventional medicine with naturopathic methods such as neural therapy and acupuncture and classical homeopathy. Unique treatment synergies can be achieved, e.g. as part of pain therapy, with the interaction of classical medicine, naturopathy and homeopathic treatments.
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When is neural therapy used at the KfN München?
At the Krankenhaus für Naturheilweisen München, neural therapy is used, for example, as pain therapy for back injuries and for treatment of pain caused by arthritis and rheumatic pain. In addition, neural therapy is also used for pain caused by neuralgia and migraine. Neural therapy is also used in reflexology in clinical practice by doctors at the Krankenhaus für Naturheilweisen München.
Depending on the illness pattern, the multi-modal treatment principle of the Krankenhaus für Naturheilweisen München also provides a combination of neural therapy with other treatment methods, e.g. with drug therapy, physical therapy, hydrotherapy, phytotherapy, regulative therapy, humoral methods and homeopathy.