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Mesotherapy for Pain Management
Mesotherapy can be used to effectively treat muscle soreness and inflammation due to injury and to speed up recovery time. Overuse of the muscles can cause inflammation to the muscle, which can be extremely painful and healing can be a lengthy process.

Normally anti-inflammatory medication is prescribed to help with the healing process but this takes time. Mesotherapy allows you to choose the depth at which you want to apply the medication to the inflamed muscle. This will speed up the recovery process and get your patient back to full activity.

Mesotherapy can effectively treat
musculoskeletal problems including tendinitis, arthritis, sprains, muscle strain, spinal disorders and back pain.

The benefit of Mesotherapy for treating pain is that patients no longer need to rely on high doses of daily pain pills which can eventually lead to liver and kidney damage.

Mesotherapy involves the delivery of small amounts of FDA approved medications (non-cortisone, non-steroid) via local injections instead of ingesting or injecting intramuscularly or intravenously much larger dosages of medications, which are filtered in the liver and kidney and travel throughout one's body.

This method of pain control also appears to be more cost-effective.

Sessions are a week apart for two to four weeks then bi-weekly for a month along with adjunctive physical therapy.

Mesotherapy treats pain so effectively, many patients experience pain relief immediately or within two or three days. Some people may need maintenance therapy several times a year.

The injections are virtually painless compared to trigger point injections or other therapy, for example some doctors uses FDA-approved, non-cortisone, non-steroid, anti-inflammatory medications to treat pain. Mesotherapy, of course, is not a "be-all, end-all" solution. Patients also require physical therapy to rehabilitate and strengthen their muscles and joints.

Mesotherapy & Prolotherapy

Prolotherapy
Prolotherapy is a treatment that stimulates the body to repair painful areas. The injections involve the use of substances that stimulate fibroblastic proliferation primarily at the junction of the bones, ligaments, and tendons. It is thus a periosteal (bone - ligament, bone - tendon junctions) injection. Prolotherapy is also given into joints to stimulate the repair of intraarticular structures, such as menisci and cartilage.


Mesotherapy
Mesotherapy is a treatment to stimulate the repair of the mesoderm, including the skin, connective tissues, and adipose tissue. The injections are given into the mesoderm, which is just under the skin. It can be used for painful, as well as general medical conditions.

As most chronic conditions have multiple causes, several different treatment modalities must be utilized to optimize the successful outcome of treatment. Mesotherapy can be used with essentially all traditional and natural medicine treatments. It complements the other treatments, aiding in the healing of the patient. Mesotherapy is often used in conjunction with treatments such as Prolotherapy and Neural Therapy. Mesotherapy's other advantage is that it decreases the pain of these other injection techniques.


Curing Chronic Pain with Prolotherapy - by Scott R. Greenberg, M.D
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Mesotherapy & Sports Medicine
The main reason an athlete chooses to use mesotherapy, is the necessity for a fast and lasting effect on small problems of articulations, muscles and ligaments. In practice indications for mesotherapy in sports medicine have been expanding regularly for the last ten years, primarily as a preferred therapeutic alternative to localized instillation of corticosteroids. This is easy to understand because most athletes prefer localized treatments when considering a therapeutic regimen. Most sports-related disorders rarely involve more than 2 to 3 sessions of therapy.

PRIMARY INDICATIONS FOR MESOTHERAPY IN SPORTS MEDICINE
Early or late onset post traumatic osteroarticular pain - (edema following a slight sprain, painful after effect of trauma)
Muscular disturbances
Inflammatory disorders involving tendons, tendon sheaths
Serious Bursae Tunnel Syndromes
Periostis
Osteochondroses
Algodystrophies
Slight radicular pain
Degenerative joint disease
Functional rehabilitation therapy


In most cases, the aim of mesotherapy treatment is pain relief, muscle relaxation and decrease in inflammatory response. The common objective of all these therapeutic modalities is reduced healing time, which enables the athlete to resume training, and competition with no increased risk.



Mesotherapy for Sports Injuries
Mesotherapy can be used to effectively treat muscle soreness and inflammation due to injury and to speed up recovery time. Overuse of the muscles can cause inflammation to the muscle, which can be extremely painful and healing can be a lengthy process.

Normally anti-inflammatory medication is prescribed to help with the healing process but this takes time. With this treatment we choose the depth at which we want to apply the medication to the inflamed muscle and by doing this will speed up the recovery process and get you back to full activity in no time.

The Use of Mesotherapy in Sports Medicine
Bernard Montalvan, M.D., Jacques Parier, M.D., and Denis Laurens, M.D. Paris, France - Read Full Article


OSTEOARTHRITIS
Mesotherapy is indicated for osteoarthritis, which affects a great number of Americans. Factors to consider before starting therapeutic management are as follows: Make the usual through physical, laboratory, and radiological assessment. Surgical cases should be referred immediately.

Assess the stages of disease:
In our opinion, acute very painful attacks are not a good indication for mesotherapy. Thus, we recommend medications for the Rx of acute attacks. Usually non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications or per recommended guidelines. If there is definitive articulator effusion, the physician may perform a needle aspiration possibly followed by a local instillation of corticosteroid.


Outside of acute painful attacks:
In case of intolerance to the usual oral analgesic agents In case of intolerance to long term NSAIDS In case of concomitant GI disorders (gastritis, ulcer…) making the administration of NSAIDS dangerous or impossible.

The main objective is PAIN RELIEF by maintenance therapy.
Here is where mesotherapy should come in.

1. Set up the therapeutic protocol with mesotherapy, in the absence of any contraindication to the method.

2. In the event of non-response to the protocol of mesotherapy proposed, return to a traditional therapeutic medical approach.

3. In the event of response to the protocol of mesotherapy proposed start the patient on a program of physical rehabilitation when this is indicated.


PROPOSED MEDICATIONS USED IN MESOTHERAPY FOR OSTEOARTHRITIS
Local anesthetics
Muscle relaxants
Non-steroid anti-inflammatory agents
Calcitonin
Highly polymerized DNA
Indo-sulfur combinations
B vitamins
Chondroprotective agent
Vasodilator drugs

VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY OF LOWER LIMBS
At the initial stage of venous disease there is alteration of the wall of the vein with disturbances in capillary permeability causing an accumulation of metabolic waste products, these signs reflect dysfunction of the blood tissue unit. It is at this stage that in combination with a proper diet and measures taken to restore a healthy life style, phlebotonic drugs are reputed to be the most effective. Particularly during the summer time when functional symptoms become more severe because of increase in ambient temperature. It is in this context that measures administered by the medical practitioner who offers mesotherapy are effective topical phlebotonic agents.

The general practitioner can integrate mesotherapy into the system of prescribed measures along with dietary considerations. A healthy lifestyle and surveillance of compliance with these prescriptions. In later stages of venous disease, when there is overt decompensation within the blood tissue unit, the place of mesotherapy is limited, particularity if high doses are needed.

Medical treatment of venous disease is long and costly and mesotherapy offers and effective management tool that can delay progress of this disease, and thus postpone surgery.

Mesotherapy for Calcifications and Bone Spurs
Traditional medicine currently offers only one method to remove bone spurs: surgery. Bone spurs generally form as the body's response to stabilize a weak structure.
Prolotherapy is therefore, successful because it strengthens weakened connective tissues, and relieves the pain of bone spurs.

Mesotherapy and Endotherapy (deeper injections with the same solutions) offer non-surgical alternatives to decreasing and eliminating the actual bone spurs, not just the pain of the bone spurs. By using compounds that affect calcium metabolism, such as EDTA, a calcium chelator, and Calcitonin, a calcium hormone, these treatments can successfully remove bone spurs over a period of time.

Athletes commonly experience calcifications in structures such as the biceps and rotator cuff tendons. Mesotherapy and Endotherapy are useful treatments to employ when these structures are painful. These treatments will, over time, help the body rid itself of the abnormal physiology that led to the calcifications, thus, reducing their size and negative effects.

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