What is Mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy involves local injections administered on or beneath the skin, which are not painful (like desensitisation). The epidermal method is very often used.
• With needles between 4 and 13 mm long.
• Using disposable equipment: “manual” technique with a syringe and needle or “assisted” technique with an electronic injector.
What is put in the syringes?
Always substances used in General Medicine, available in Pharmacies but as multiple injections in very small amounts: strain relievers, anti-oedema agents, anti-inflammatory agents, vasodilators, calcitonins, multivitamins, etc. never cortisone.
Is it dangerous to health?
Every precaution is always taken to eradicate infections. No risks of viral hepatitis or HIV. Side effects are extremely rare.
What does it treat?
• Pain from osteoarthritis, backache, rheumatic pains.
• Neuralgia, migraines.
• Blood circulatory disorders (heavy legs)
• Sports injuries (strains, tendinitis, claquages SS, contractures SS).
Who does it treat?
• In principle everyone.
• The elderly, particularly people who take many medicines and who wish to and can try and alternative way of administering the medicines.