Post-Surgical Scar Pain Resolved with Neural Therapy
When the body repairs a surgical wound, it often does so by creating fibrous scar tissue. Internal scars can develop following surgery and can be very painful. Most physicians have no resolution for chronic, painful post-surgical scars.
Recently a patient came to office who was surgerized for lung cancer approximately a year ago and complained of a sharp pain in the right side of her rib cage. This was the area where the surgeons entered to remove the cancerous part of her lung. Energetic testing revealed the surgical scar to be dysfunctional. In reality the scar was blocking the flow of energy through the area. Using a 30 gauge one inch needle, I injected a 2% solution of procaine without any preservatives into the full length of the scar. Within 24 hours the chronic scar pain became totally pain free.
The mechanism involves three components:
Placing the needle within the scar mechanically helps break up the adhesions. Injecting the Procaine solution resets the cell membrane polarity allowing the normal flow of impulses through the area.
Last the procaine opens up the channels within the membrane to allow waste products to exit the cells and nutrients to enter permitting normalization of cell function.
Injecting scars with Procaine dates back to 1940 when the Huneke brothers injected a small scar on their cousin who had chronic migraine headaches. Following the injection their cousin’s migraine headaches stopped completely never to return. This was the beginning of Neural Therapy in Germany.
Dr. Gerald Smith