July 2023 : Heidelberg awaits you BDC Business Development Center
„Neural therapy is the interface between regional anesthesia and pain medicine“.
We would like to pass on the valuable knowledge about therapy with local anesthetics to you. In Heidelberg you will encounter a successful combination of evidence-based knowledge and practical skills like no other place.
We receive many inquiries from patients from all over Germany every day. There is a great need for an effective therapy for chronic pain, dysfunction and inflammation with few side effects. Become part of the network of TLA therapists in Germany and Europe!
In the universities of excellence in the Rhine-Neckar region, there are considerable research efforts to further explore the therapeutic mode of action of local anesthetics. In our courses you will learn about the latest scientific findings – translational , directly from the laboratory into practice.
TLA / neural therapy can only be learned through practice. Acquire the renowned Heidelberg Certificate in Neural Therapy /TLA – an important unique selling point of your qualifications towards your patients.
Please note: Due to the cancellation of many courses due to the corona pandemic, demand is high. So book your place on the course in good time! Reservations are made in order of receipt. Also think about your hotel booking in good time.
Don’t miss the unique atmosphere of the Heidelberg conference in July 2023 – the meeting place for scientists, users from practice and students. And enjoy Heidelberg’s shops, restaurants and museums in this summery season.
We look forward to seeing you live again in Heidelberg!
Dr. Stefan Weinschenk & Prof. Dr. Markus Weigand
„I am very satisfied and have been able to gain many new impressions and, above all, experiences from the speakers and the participants.“
Sarah M. from Heidelberg
„At the conference, we were able to discuss questions that have accumulated over the year and decisions that have previously had to be made with colleagues and fellow campaigners. This event is the best place to engage, learn and share on any topic in and around the field of neural therapy.“
Hermann S. from Heidelberg
„[…]I would like to thank you for the really successful conference! I liked it very much, I was able to take a lot of new things with me and deepen old ones. And on top of that everything was really well organised!“
Greetings from the Honorary President
Prof. Dr. Dr. hc Manfred Zimmerman
Em. Professor of Physiology at the University
Local anesthetics (LA) have diverse physiological and molecular-biological effects. In addition to stimulus transmission, they also inhibit the release of pro-inflammatory neuropeptides from sensory nerves, act on endocannabinoid receptors, have epigenetic effects and many more.
At this conference you will be presented with the latest scientific findings on the therapeutic effects of LA. The Heidelberg HUNTER Group has set itself the task of promoting this knowledge and setting new standards in interpretation and application.
I welcome you to the 7th Heidelberg Conference TLA/ Neural Therapy and wish you many new insights and skills for your everyday medical work.
Prof. Dr. Manfred Zimmerman
Honorary Chairman of the HUNTER Group
Words of welcome from the Past President of the DGfAN
Dr. med. Siddhartha Popat M.A.
President of the DGfAN eV
I would like to welcome you to the 7th Heidelberg Neural Therapy Conference. Neural therapy represents a bridge between classical and complementary medicine.
For the fifth sixth time, the most renowned researchers and lecturers will gather in Heidelberg for this symposium to share their knowledge and skills in the therapeutic use of local anesthetics with you.
The proven, practical courses give you the opportunity to use neural therapy quickly and safely in practice and in the clinic. The Heidelberg certificate for neural therapy is fully recognized for the full training of the DGfAN.
I wish you three beautiful and instructive days in this wonderful university town.
Dr. med. Siddhartha Popat M.A.
Past President of the DGfAN, St. Katharinen/Bad Honnef