One of my classmates while I was in school is a doctor from Ecuador. It was while working in the clinic that I started to notice how effective his treatments were. I asked about his method and learned he was incorporating into his acupuncture treatments something called “Neural Therapy.” Hearing his patients’ great experiences piqued my interest in finding out more. When I asked where to learn Neural Therapy, I was told that it was taught one-on-one as it had been since its inception in the 1940s. If he’d teach me, I wanted to learn.
Not long after I started the program, my husband and I rescued Dusty. At the time, he was a 5 month old puppy who’d had 4 badly broken bones, none of which had been set. He continued to be in pain 3 months after the accident. The pain in his back left leg and pelvis caused him to minimize the use of the leg and this, in turn, had caused the muscle to severely atrophy. It was during my journey with this dog that I saw how amazing Neural Therapy is, and how effective it truly can be.
Over the course of our treatments together the “pain-grunts” stopped, the movement increased and the leg muscle became “buff.” When we adopted him, he was unable to put weight on his rear left leg. After treatments, he was running and jumping, frequently standing on his back left leg (to pee) and thoroughly enjoying life.
Neural Therapy will allow healing to the point that is anatomically possible. Dusty’s bones will never be straight. However, the treatments drastically reduced the pain allowing healing to occur, which then allowed his body to compensate for the misaligned bones by building strong muscles to hold the bones and joints steady. 2 years after our adoption, he’s still crooked. And now he’s running, jumping, sniffing, pestering his sister – all the normal things that healthy, happy dogs can do. We even take Dusty and Molly on runs with us. I could swear that he’s grinning.
I fell in love with this medicine because of our dog (in large part), and am so very passionate about it now because it helps so many where hope has been lost.