Biopuncture Natural Pain Management

Welcome to our website! You will learn how natural medicine can provide you relief of acute and chronic pain.......

Biopuncture uses small needles to inject miniature amounts of natural remedies into acupuncture and trigger points or into the skin (mesoderm). These techniques allow for slow assimilation of the natural medicinal products into the bodies cellular matrix. This powerful treatment is similar to and based on the principles practiced in mesotherapy in Europe.

Until recently this amazing treatment was unavailable in the U.S. Biopuncture stimulates your body’s own healing mechanisms speeding up the process of injury recovery and in the case of anti-aging, natural rejuvenation/repair. Biopuncture also allows the practitioner to reduce pain and inflammation; all with SAFE natural remedies.

These techniques are oftentimes referred to as biomesotherapy. The term "biopuncture" was coined by Jan Kersschot, MD, a physician from Belgium in 1991. The concept of “mesotherapy” was founded by French physician Michel Pistor, MD, in 1952. Both techniques have wide application in treating illness and for esthetic medicine.

The greatest aspect of Biopuncture is that there is no down-time from surgery and no recovery time necessary. For example, in the case of the treatment of a painful muscle or joint, most patients experience noticeable changes within 3 to 6 sessions.

We have successfully treated many conditions including:

  • Lower back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Knee pain
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Ankle sprains
  • Tennis elbow
  • Joint pain
  • Arthritis
  • Muscle strain and tears
  • Hip Pain
  • Rotator cuff injury
  • Trigger points

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The information provided in this website is for general interest only and should not be misconstrued as a diagnosis, prognosis a or treatment recommendation. This information does not in any way constitute the practice of chiropractic, acupuncture, massage therapy, medicine, or any other health care profession. Readers are directed to consult their health care provider regarding their specific health situation.