What is Biopuncture?
Biopuncture is a treatment that is most frequently used to treat pain, but it can be employed to relieve other conditions as well. Micro-doses of natural medicines are injected which facilitate your body's own healing abilities.
What is Biopuncture Used to Treat?
Biopuncture may help the following conditions:
- Sports injuries
- Acute injuries
- Chronic pain
- Edematous (swollen) tissues such as lymphedema
- Injured joints and tissues
- Neck and back pain
- Hip, shoulder, and knee pain
- Respiratory problems
- Inflammatory illnesses and conditions
How Does Biopuncture Work?
Biopuncture uses homeopathic doses of plant solutions to stimulate the body to heal itself. Homeopathic doses are minute.
Another valuable component of bio-therapy is its use to detoxify the body. Our bodies become toxic due to food additives, pollutants, medications, stress, and disease. Detoxification is essential so that the body is able to perform optimally. Biopuncture can help stimulate the body to detoxify itself.
How is Biopuncture Performed?
Your health care provider selects which micro-doses of medications will resolve your health concerns. The medicated solutions also contain a local anesthetic. The provider injects the solution in precise locations to help you to gain relief. The needles used are extremely small and relatively painless. Correct placement of the injections is very important. Your health care provider will determine the location and number of tiny injections required based upon your individual needs.
What Else Do I Need to Know About Biopuncture?
Micro-doses of medications are typically very safe. While immediate relief is sometimes obtained, relief may take a few days. The goal of biopuncturesis not to provide temporary relief but to contribute to long-term healing.
Biopuncture can be used instead of or in addition to other therapies. It is an important therapy to consider whenever inflammation is present. Biopuncture may help people who have not received relief from other chronic pain treatments or who cannot tolerate the side effects of conventional medications. It can be used for acute inflammatory problems as well.
To find out more about Biopuncture and if this therapy is right for you, please contact and consult with a local licensed doctor who specializes in this therapy.
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