About Neurotherapy Center
Neurotherapy is a type of treatment which has existed since ancient times in India. Earlier in our household, there were medicine practitioners who without prescribing any medicines use to cure people. The practice was called as Neurotherapy. Neurotherapy Treatment uses physical pressure points to treat patients. Neurotherapy is a method of treating the disorders and diseases in the patient with the help of physical points present in the body. The physical points are identified in the patient and then rubbed or massaged. These physical points depend on the part of the body that is affected. Neurotherapy Treatment works by stimulation of these physical points. This stimulation results in the proper circulation of the blood at the place to be treated and also causes certain body chemicals or hormones to release in the body which can cure the patient. Neurotherapy deals with using natural methods to treat any disease without taking any external medicine. It focuses on improving the brain functions by consuming the right food and by working on the chakras of the body. It recognizes the pressure points for different inabilities and works on it. Neurotherapy believes that the body needs no external source to treat any disease. If the requisite hormones and chemicals are secreted in the body properly, then the body will function normally without suffering from any disease. Till now 80 pressure points have been identified in the body. These points are pressed in such a way that the blood is directed towards weaker portions of the bod
Dr. Lajpatrai Mehra, was born in a highly respected family of Amritsar, as the 7th offspring of Sri. Ramgopal Mehra and Smt. Kesara Devi, on 23rd August 1932. A living legend of his times, he is renowned for developing a novel technique (LMNT) of curing the masses without recourse to medicines, and for his selfless and dedicated service to humanity. At the tender age of 11, he was afflicted with a severe stomach ache, which lasted for several months, which could not be relieved with the best of medical help available at the time. By providence, he met an old man who asked him to lie face down; and cured him almost instantly, by a simple native technique of ‘setting the navel’ by manipulating his hands and legs in a special fashion. Helping others came naturally to Lajpatrai. Unlike other children of his age, he did not allow the incident to pass by. Instead, he constantly meditated upon the miracle wrought in his body by the seemingly crude technique and longed to relieve others of similar pains. Ancient Indian texts refer to the navel as being the epicenter of the entire body. Disturbances in the position of the navel in relation to other parts of the abdomen, is the main cause for digestive disorders. Even though the old man did not teach him the exact technique, the innovative Lajpatrai, recollected that the process exerted pressure on certain points of his body. His mother often used to suffer from stomach aches. With her as a willing subject, he devised a novel method of using his feet to produce a similar effect, to relieve her of her pains. When he had perfected the technique, he started treating others in his neighborhood. Soon hordes of people, suffering from constipation, dysentery and other abdominal disorders, from nearby and distant areas, would line up in front of his father’s home, whom he treated with his newly-founded technique, with great success. The riots during partition claimed his house as one of its early victims. The family, once prosperous, had to leave all their belongings and arrived in Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay) as refugees, in 1947. As the bread-winner of a large household (the only son among 9 siblings – he had 6 elder and two younger sisters), young Lajpatrai had a grueling and hectic schedule. In spite of this, he would spend a major part of his after-work hours, in giving free treatment to patients, a habit developed from the very tender age of 11 years. In the process, he invented several newer techniques, and developed a distinctively original method of curing people from several types of ailments, without medicines. His formal education was until the 10th class; but he could not give the exams due to the partition of India and formation of Pakistan. However, he was doing a lot of free seva in refugee camps. So he was awarded the Matriculation certificate in spite of not sitting for the exams. But the idea of receiving a certificate without giving the examination was anathema to him. After about four years he sat for and successfully completed the examination for the tenth class. Family circumstances did not permit him to study further. But nothing could dampen his obsession of upgrading his knowledge with intensive study on his own, on books related to nature cure, human anatomy & physiology, from a very young age. Eventually, he qualified for a degree in Naturopathy. In due course, based on practical experience gained by treating hundreds of patients and, integrating it with wisdom from ancient Indian scriptures, he applied the principles of physiology in a novel approach, to cure ailments in a manner which has no parallel in modern times. His technique has since been christened by students and well-wishers as Dr. Lajpatrai Mehra's Neurotherapy (LMNT). His compassionate outlook and passionate dedication to give relief to the maximum number of patients, makes him train as many students as possible. To date, he, with just a few dedicated followers, has trained more than 1000 students; conducted more than a hundred free Neurotherapy camps all over the country; and treated thousands of patients in India and quite a few patients abroad, too. There are presently, more than 650 LMNT centers all over India, plus one each in Canada, U.K., Italy and Australia. Most of these centers have been established within the last 10 years, following the establishment of the residential training centre, - “Dr. Lajpatrai Mehra’s Neurotherapy Academy” at Suryamal near Wada, 125 km from Mumbai, in Mokhada Taluk, Thane District. Here students come from all over India, to give a concrete shape to his dream of setting up at least one LMNT centre in every six villages. More than three thousand families are earning their bread and butter through this therapy.