1. What is Biomesotherapy?
Biomesotherapy is a new therapy consisting of:
Stimulating the body by putting a sterile saline solution (which is exactly
the same as the bodies fluid composition) under the skin.
This stimulates deeper organ systems known as a cutivisceral response.
Oral homeopathic medicines are given simultaneously which focus upon the
organ or tissue requiring treatment.
It is a very popular form of Natural medicine.
Examples of diluted natural medicines commonly used in Biomesotherapy
are Traumeel and Zeel ampoules. They contain absolutely no impurities. When
the body is activated it will not therefore be transporting additives and
preservatives to the tissue or the organ system being treated.
Traumeel is used for inflammations and sports injuries. Zeel is used for tennis
elbow, whiplash and arthrosis. There are hundreds of different biomesotherapy
products available throughout Europe in clinical practice.
2. Where is the saline solution inserted?
People are often very surprised at the ease of the treatment. This technique
cannot be compared with the injections given in conventional medicine.
The needles are finer, like acupuncture needles, and inserted into a self-loading
device called an ‘inject-ease’ device. Saline is inserted just under the skin or
into specific muscle points.
Some of these points are trigger points or acupuncture points. Acupuncture
points are derived from ancient Chinese medicine, while trigger point therapy
has its origin in the USA.
Treatment into and around joints is also common. For example, if you have
elbow pain your practitioner will look for several painful spots in the arm
muscles and may treat each one.
In most cases, several small treatments are given in a specific zone of the
body at each session.
3. What about the safety and efficacy of this technique?
This technique often has much less discomfort than the average
Biomesotherapy uses carefully calculated diluted substances,
commonly known as homoeopathic potencies. Specific healing
combinations of these medicines are used for particular conditions.
These medicines contain low concentrations of substances, usually of plant
and mineral origin. The medicines used in Biomesotherapy may not be as
effective as prescription drugs in the short term. Three or more sessions may
be required before results are comparable. However, many patients may
receive immediate relief from pain and discomfort after their treatment.