David Vinyes

Doctor, Master in Neurosciences and Anthropology of Medicine. He began his training in Neural Therapy in 1993 with Dr. Julio César Payán. Director of the Master in Medical and Odontological Neural Therapy of the University of Barcelona President of the Neural Therapy Research Foundation Founder of the Medical Asoc of Neural Therapy of Spain Member of the Scientific and Ethics Committee of IFMANT International Professor of Neural Therapy

Gustavo Wilches

He introduces himself as «a former student of the Popayán earthquake and a former student of the Tierradentro earthquake, with a postgraduate degree in the Coffee Belt earthquake.» He studied Law and Political and Social Sciences at the University of Cauca, where he graduated in 1977 with an award-winning thesis on Environmental Law. At the same time, he studied Photography at the Fotoclub of the same University. He was Regional Director of the SENA National Apprenticeship Service in Cauca, and as such, he was responsible for designing and directing the community reconstruction program carried out by that entity after the earthquake that destroyed the city of Popayán in 1983. He studied audiovisual production at Bristol and Disaster Management at Oxford. Between 1994 and 1996 he directed the NASA KIWE Corporation, created by the national government to accompany the communities and ecosystems affected by the Tierradentro earthquake. Wilches-Chaux was the first director of the Ecofund, he directed the FUNCOP CAUCA Foundation for Communication in Popayán and is one of the founding members of LA RED (Network for Social Studies on Disasters in Latin America).

Independent consultant, professor at the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences of the Externado de Colombia University, and writer. He is also a visiting professor at the Fundación Universitaria de Popayán (Faculty of Architecture – Specialization in Disaster Risk Management) and the Doctorate in Comprehensive Risk Management and Civil Protection at the National School of Civil Protection, Chiapas Campus, Mexico.


Huseyin Nazlikul

Chronic syndromes caused by thoracic blockades can be improved by a targeted influence on the vegetative nervous system using neural and manual therapy. Neural therapy is a holistically oriented form of regulation therapy and can be used alone or in combination with other conventional forms of therapy.

The precise injection of a small amount of local anesthetic (most commonly a 1% solution of procaine or lidocaine) is not carried out with the aim of short-term relief of a disorder, symptom or pain symptomatic, but to establish the conditions for normalization or improvement of functions and the natural regulation mechanism of the body by elimination of the causal factors.

Neural therapy helps the organism to recover the lost equilibrium by elimination of the disorder. Knowledge of the relationship between skin areas, vertebral segments and internal organs is important.

Thoracic blockades and the effect of neural therapy in combination with manual therapy

Jorge Kaczewer

  • Physician University of Buenos Aires
    Neural Therapist since 1997 certified by CIMA-ACONMB Colombia, and the International Medical Association of Neural Therapy according to Huneke Freudenstadt, Germany.

    40 years exploring health models with rationalities different from that of technological-Industrial medicine

    Founder and director of the Argentine Institute of Neural Therapy
    Dedicated since 2005 to the teaching and dissemination of Neural Therapy and Neurofocal Dentistry in Argentina and other countries of the southern cone
    Researcher and author of books on environmental medicine
    Lecturer on Neural Therapy and Neurofocal Dentistry at various congresses, diploma courses and seminars
    Teacher of courses, congresses and first diploma in Veterinary Neural Therapy
    international speaker

    TITLE: Explanatory models of the interfering field From Pavlovian Nervism to Quantum Nervism

Lorens Fischer

Prof. Dr. Lorenz Fischer, MD

Specialist in Internal Medicine, Neural Therapy, Interventional Pain Therapy.
Practice for Neural Therapy in Bern. Additionally at SportsClinic#1, Bern.
2002 to 2018, chairman Neural Therapy, University of Bern
Co-editor of the textbook, “Integrative pain therapy” (Fischer L., Peuker E.T, eds., 2011).
Author of the textbook, «Neuraltherapie» (Fischer L., 5th ed., 2019), translated into 4 languages. Contributor to various pain therapy books.
Board member of the Swiss Medical Association for Neural Therapy (SANTH).
Member of the scientific and ethics commission of the (IFMANT).
Various scientific awards. Editorial board member of medical journals.

Maura Hokama

  • Graduation in Medicine (UFMS-1988)
  • Specialization in Medical Clinic (UFMS-1991)
  • Specialization in Acupuncture (UFMS-2001)
  • Master in Neural Therapy (Barcelona -2016/2018)
  • President of the Brazilian Institute of Neural Therapy (2018-2020)
  • Professor of Medical Propedêutica Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul (2022)
    Graduated in Medicine from the Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul (1988); Medical Residency in the Medical Clinic for the FUFMS (1989-1990), Specialty in Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging: area of ​​​​atuação em Ultrassonografia (1996); Title of Specialist in Acupuncture (2002); Post-graduation Lato-Sensu in Business Management in Health Cooperatives by FGV (2005); Post-graduation Lato Sensu em Nutriencrinologia Functional & Gerenciamento do Envelhecimento Saudável (Area do conhecimento: Saúde e Bem ser social) by the Faculdade Uningá 2016. Master of Medical and Dental Neural Therapy by the University of Barcelona – Campus San Joan de Déu (2016-2018 ); President of the Brazilian Institute of Neural Therapy Biennial Directorate 2019-2020 and 1st Treasurer Biennial Directorate 2017-2018. Postgraduate lato sensu, studying Fronteiras da Neurociência, Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein. (Text informed by author)

Petja Pielher

MD, Dr. med. univ.
Dr. Petja Piehler, born in 1964 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Since 2020 medical director Clinicum St. Georg, Bad Aibling, Germany. She is a specialist in internal medicine with a focus on gastroenterology. As an expert in complementary medicine and naturopathic treatment recognized throughout Germany, she shapes the holistic and unique care approach of the facility in Bad Aibling. As head of a state-of-the-art gastroenterology department, she establishes innovative therapy options such as microbiome transfer for chronic infections and intestinal dysregulation.

Dr. Piehler holds Board certifications in internal medicine and gastroenterology.
Further qualifications include: Diabetology DD, Special pain therapy (ÖÄK), ÖÄK diploma neural therapy, ÖÄK diploma acupuncture, advanced training diploma from the ÖÄK, additional qualification in naturopathic treatment with authorization for advanced training in naturopathic procedures. Further certifications in geriatrics and sleep medicine. She is a Board member of ICMART (International Counsel of Medical Acupuncture and Related Techniques), IFMANT (International Federation of Medical Associations of Neural Therapy), Austrian Society for Neural Therapy. She is an active member of the Professional Association of German Internists (BDI), German Society for Gastroenterology (DGVS), German Diabetes Society (DDG), Working Group for Geriatrics in Bavaria (AfGiB), Central Association of Doctors for Naturopathic Treatment (ZÄN ), Austrian Neural Therapy Society (ÖNR), German Society for Acupuncture (DGfA).

She not only authored scientific papers, but also lectures frequently at seminars and conferences.

Ralf Oettmeier

Born 1.3.1961 in Hirschberg/Saale
Medical studying at Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena (Germany)
Recognition consultant Orthopedics (1992)
Additional designations: Homeopathy, Chiro-therapy, Natural healing methods, Special Pain Treatment, Acupuncture, Diagnostics and Therapy after F.X. MAYR, Integrative Biological Cancer Medicine, Master of Acupuncture, Expert of Neural therapy

  • 1993 – 2014: working in own outpatient department at Greiz with the focus on reflex therapies, homeopathy and special pain treatment
  • 2001 – 2014: leading head physician in the Clinic „im LEBEN“ (Comprehensive Center for biological Cancer Medicine, Diagnostic and Therapy after F.X. MAYR, Natural Medicine, special Pain Treatment and Homeopathy) at Greiz
  • Leading Doctor at the Paracelsus Clinic Lustmühle (Switzerland), from 2014 till 2017
  • Leading doctor and Chief Medical Director of the Alpstein Clinic in Gais (near Appenzell), Swiss Excellence Center for Biologic-Integrative Medicine and Dentistry, starting 2018
  • considerable activities of seminars and presentations in the fields of Biological Medicine, textbook author, a lot of publications
  • particular focuses and interests: Promotion of holistic medicine in all fields and its integration in our society, advanced education of medical persons and interested laymen, biological cancer medicine and preventive medicine, further development of systemic procaine therapy, dark field microscopy, integration of organ cell and stem cell treatment quality management in biological medicine, promotion of co-operation between all kinds of holistic working medical persons, national and international networking

Rosane Colares

Rosane Aparecida Pilot Lopes Colares

Veterinary Medicine – Fluminense Federal University – Rio de Janeiro – Brazil

Specialization in Veterinary Acupuncture -Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro – Rio de Janeiro- Brazil and Universidade Brasil – São Paulo – Brazil

Specialization in Neural Therapy by Caminos de Cura (Córdoba, Argentina) and Institute of Neural Therapy and Regulatory Medicine (Sabadel, Spain)

Veterinary Medicine in the city of Porto Alegre and surrounding cities attending patients in Veterinary clinics and also at home

Professor of Veterinary Neural Therapy by Neuralvet – Brazil; Fenghuang Institute – Rio Grande do Sul – Brazil and Brazilian Neural Therapy Team – Brazil

«The scientific and conceptual bases of Neural Therapy are the same used to treat humans and animals, however there are some peculiarities that are defined in the key to the good practice of Neural Therapy in animals. Some of them are due to the physiology of the animal, others to the interaction with the human, in addition to a good Life History (real or interpreted). This talk will seek to bring information on how the veterinary consultation in Neural Therapy can help understand what happens in the Neural Therapy and Neurofocal Dentistry consultation.»

Yosette Osorio

On many occasions, Neurofocal dentists find ourselves somewhat confused to start a dental treatment from the conception of therapeutic Neural medicine, in order to eliminate intraoral interference fields that may be compromising the health of patients. This may be due to the fact that we observe so many dental interventions, that we do not find a clear route. Based on my clinical experience, I will share with you some management possibilities that can guide a course of treatment, and can contribute to the management that the treating physician is giving.

TITLE OF THE PRESENTATION: Looking for a north in the labyrinth of dental irritations