Injection Therapy



Injection for painful joints, strain. sprains and other ailments in the knee and lower limb.



Prolotherapy

This treatment uses local anaesthetics, mixed with other natural substances like homeopathic solutions or glucose, which are injected into problem sites.

Most useful areas are knee, ankle, foot and toes.

Steroids

This is a treatment using injections which can be beneficial for foot conditions such as inflammation, neuromas, plantar fasciitis, arthritis and ligaments pain.

Biopuncture/Mesotherapy

This involves using small needles to inject miniature amount of homeopathic (homotoxicology) remedies into the skin (mesoderm). These techniques allow for slow assimilation of natural medical products into the bodies cellular matrix. Injection procedures similar to acupuncture but, with added advantage of natural drugs a wet needling techniques.

Ostenil

It is injected into the space in the joint that contains synovial fluid and works by restoring normal balance between the breakdown and production of hyaluronic acid.

Dry Needling

Dry Needling for verrucas, is an effective technique for treating long standing and persistent verrucae.

The procedure, carried out painlessly under local anaesthetic, involves multiple punctures to the site with sterile needle. The purpose of this is to disrupt each individual papillae in the verruca in order, to initiate an immune response so that the body can recognise and destroy the virus.