Homeopathic mesotherapy is a special technique that involves the intradermal administration of homeopathic medication.
Described by Dr. Michel Pistor in 1958, who had accidentally discovered it while working as a rural doctor, in a little French village.
The advantages of mesotherapy are resumed in an aphorism that all practitioners must always keep in mind: FEW, FEW TIMES, IN THE RIGHT PLACE.
"FEW" refers to the small amounts of homeopathic medicine that are necessary to obtain the most benefit when they are administered with mesotherapy.
“FEW TIMES” refers to the fact that there is only little need to repeat the dose.
"IN THE RIGHT PLACE" says that homeopathic medicine that will be administered with mesotherapy technique should be injected into the skin as close as possible to where the pathology lies that we want to improve or cure.
What gives Mesotherapy its special characteristics and its fantastic therapeutic effects is at the depth at which it is administered, the intradermal level (less than 4 mm depth, as a rule).
What are the indications of Mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy can be used for the treatment of:
Muscle and tendon pathology
Rheumatic, joint and bone Pathology
Pathology of the ligaments
Orthopedic and functional rehabilitation.
Venous disease, lymphedema
Hypertrophic scars and keloids
Mesotherapy plays a very important role in aesthetic medicine, used for treating:
- Lipodystrophy or cellulite
- Skin Revitalization