Q. What does neurotherapist do?
Ans. :Neurotherapist improves blood supply to the affected organs by applying pressure at selected point in the body of the diseased person.
Q. How does neurotherapist diagnose the disease?
Ans. : The initial consultation involves taking the total health history of the patient. If necessary, a further series of questions are asked to the patient. A visual analyze is carried out by examining the eyes, color of the tongue, nails, skin, etc.
Once the verbal and visual analyze are completed, further investigation involves abdominal palpation, that’s examining the tender points. Focusing on these tender points the therapist discovers the malfunctioning of any organ(s).
Based on these investigations, a final picture is drawn about the patient’s condition in relation to the three biochemical forces; Alkaline-Acid-Gas.
Q. Who invented the therapy?
Ans. :Dr. Mehra developed the therapy from ancient Indian techniques of massaging. He discovered various massaging techniques to cure chronic diseases by correlating the massaging technique with its affects on body. At this time, our researchers have discovered many points in the body which connected major body glands. So therefore by massaging them in some prescribed way we can eliminate the diseases.
Q. What precautions are required while taking this treatment?
Ans. : Patient is advised not to take alcohol and non veg food. He might also be advised to avoid certain other things based on the disease.
Q. Is this therapy concerned with brain related cures?
Ans. : This therapy deals with problems of the whole body rather than any specific part of the body like brain.
Q. What if the patient has already been operated upon?
Ans. : If the any particular organ of the patient has been removed by surgery, in that case the therapy does not give good results.
Q. What is the minimum time required to cure any disease?
Ans. : There is no time limit. Cure depends upon the condition, history and complexity of the disease. But changes can be observed in 20-30 sittings.