Biopuncture Natural Pain Management

Biopuncture for Pain Management 

Does Biopuncture work to help me with my pain or inflammation?

In conventional medicine, the drug you take suppresses your symptoms immediately. That is why you need to take high doses of chemical substances in order to suppress, for example, pain or inflammation. And usually it works immediately. But as soon as the medication stops working, you have to take another pill to "kill the pain" again.

However, in Biopuncture small doses of products are injected in order to stimulate the natural healing processes. These ultra-low doses "wake up" mechanisms which are available anyway. So, the healing effect comes from "inside" your body -- not from the products themselves. It's the reaction of your immune system which will produce the proper reactions to regain natural healing. The reaction of your body maybe, for example, better local blood circulation, tissue repair, relaxation of muscles or local detoxification. During the reparation of tissue, your body is even more vulnerable and it is a good idea at this stage not to overuse the part which is treated because it is still in the process of repair.

Will Biopuncture help me as quickly as conventional therapies? 

It's obvious that injections of such tiny doses are less powerful than, for example, cortisone injections. The dose used is too small to suppress the inflammation immediately. But that's not the goal of Biopuncture! We consider inflammation to be an important element of true and lasting healing. The goal of Biopuncture is to support the natural inflammatory processes in order to achieve a complete and natural healing of the injured tissues. So, we do exactly the opposite of conventional drugs. The pain may even get worse the next day (reaction phase). Sometimes the pain may shift to other areas because the body is adapting to the new situation (adaptation phase). Biopuncturists regard these phases as positive. As a result, the symptomatic relief may take a short time to occur, especially when the problem has been there for months or years. However, when dealing with fresh injuries, these injections can give results very quickly.


 

 

The technique practiced by Dr. Denny and depicted in the video is a combination of mesotherapy and biopuncture. This is commonly referred to as biomesotherapy. When this technique is applied based upon acupuncture theory and used with homeopathic medications it is commonly referred to as homeosiniatry.