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The agenda of FMA's activities will be announced once the Covid-19 pandemic is over and legislation allows for evening lectures and courses on neural therapy and ozone therapy.

The mechanism of action of neural therapy was recently discovered. Neural therapy is the medicine of the extracellular matrix defectTM and treats CRPS, the Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.
CRPS is a fibroblast disease that evolves into an autoimmune disorder. 
Neural therapy is scientifically substantiated and not quackery.

In this Dutch course you will learn the theory and practice of neural therapy according to the current state of science.

Case studies and practical demonstrations are discussed on each course day.


The course runs over two years and is not a weekend course.

It requires a serious effort from the participants to follow the course, but they learn neural therapy and diagnostic and therapeutic locoregional anesthesia in the finest detail. The full course consists of 80 hours of lessons and 20 hours of internship.

The internship is completed in the practice of a certified neural therapist.

Participants are expected to complete a final project.

This thesis is a scientific study on a neural therapeutic subject.

The course is taught by physician and dental neural therapists with extensive theoretical knowledge, practical skills and decades of experience.

The following topics are covered during the first year: 

- History 

- Theory: CRPS, pain, procaine, neural therapy and fibroblast activation 

- Practice of superficial injections 

- Ozone therapy 

- Resuscitation 

- Preparation of the final project with introduction to statistics 

- Treatment of each other and of our own patients 

- Case studies and answers to questions at the end of each course day.

The second year covers diagnostic and therapeutic locoregional anesthesia, the deep injections administered in series. Manual therapy and specific syndromes are also discussed.


Students are expected to participate in at least 80% of the course days.

The thesis is defended at the end of the second year.

The examination committee awards the best final work with the Doctor Mertens Scientific Prize worth a gold piece of 1 ounce.


Students with a RIZIV number who pass the exam receive a certificate as a reward for their efforts.

Course committee: 

- Peter MOULAERT MD PhD: course coordination 

- Herman ROEYKENS DDS PhD: stomatological extracellular matrix defects 

- Charles LEFEVER MD: diagnostic and therapeutic locoregional anesthesia 

- Johan DOCX MD: internship

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