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Biomesotherapy for Pain Management

Conditions
Nov 02, 2020

Headaches, back pain, tendonitis and other types of pain hinder the body's ability to function and may get worse if these aren't addressed immediately. Prescription drugs provide short-term relief as the body reverts to its suffering state once their effectiveness has worn out. But, thanks to biomesotherapy, you can bid your pain adieu forever.

What is Biomesotherapy?

Biomesotherapy is a natural treatment for pain and other conditions causing it. Combining the principles of acupuncture and homeopathic treatments, this modality is used to eliminate blockages in the body that prevent the natural flow of qi or universal energy. Pain is indicative of a blockage, and its removal shall restore health and the body's normal functions.

What Conditions Can It Treat?

At its inception in Germany in the 1950s, biomesotherapy was primarily used to treat musculoskeletal conditions, but these days it is used to address a whole range of conditions. The amazing thing about it is that it produces instant, not to mention lasting, results.

People who had suffered simple ailments got the results that they wanted in a minute or two after the treatment, while others who suffered from chronic conditions say it only took them three or four sessions. Biomeshotherapy can address a host of conditions, including:

How Does the Treatment Process Work?

The Biomesotherapy treatment process consists of the oral administration of homeopathic medicine, and the injection of a saline solution under the skin to stimulate specific acupuncture points on the body or treat the trigger points.

The solution is introduced into the skin using a fine insulin needle. The syringe is placed in the Inject-Ease device, an opaque applicator which keeps the needle from the client's view. The interaction of the homeopathic remedy and saline solution then stimulates the body's natural healing process, producing immediate relief from pain. 

How Can Biomesotherapy Help With Pain Management?

Because it works with the acupuncture points and meridians, biomesotherapy focuses on clearing out energy blockages to remove the pain. The homeopathic remedies and saline solution that the practitioner uses during treatment are unadulterated, hence produce no side effects. 

Depending on your presenting issue, the practitioner can either work on the acupuncture points on your body or directly address specific trigger points.

So, if your problem concerns an internal organ, say, the gallbladder, the acupuncture points on your body that correspond to this organ shall be stimulated to improve the flow of qi. For muscle tenderness, the saline solution will be injected into the trigger points or painful zones to eliminate the blockage. 

You may go through the list of qualified biomesotherapy practitioners on the Natural Therapy Pages to find one in your local area who can help you manage if not eliminate your pain for good. Or you can also check out other effective natural therapies to help manage your pain.

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FAQs About Biomesotherapy & Pain Management

How long does biomesotherapy take to work?

Most people who have undergone biomesotherapy said they were relieved of pain in just a matter of minutes to a couple of hours. Chronic conditions, however, will require at least three to four sessions.

Where is the saline solution injected?

The practitioner will locate the acupuncture points on your body which corresponds to the organ in question and then inject the saline solution into your skin using a fine, disposable needle. For muscular issues, the solution will be injected directly into the trigger points to free up the qi.

Who can benefit from biomesotherapy?

Biomesotherapy is recommended to people who have tried all kinds of conventional treatments but obtained little or no results. It can be used as a stand-alone treatment or in combination with other natural therapies or orthodox medicine.

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