Mesotherapy is a treatment that stimulates the mesoderm, or middle layer of the skin, which will, in turn, relieve a wide variety of symptoms and ailments. The connective tissue of the body, primarily the collagen, which makes up the bone, ligaments, tendons, and muscle, is derived from the mesoderm. The mesoderm also involves the fat or adipose tissue and connective tissues around organs.
Mesotherapy is an interventional natural medicine technique. Mesotherapy must be performed by a licensed health care clinician who is permitted to do injections.
The technique involves the injection of substances to stimulate the mesoderm for various biological purposes. For instance, if the mesoderm circulation is poor, a vasodilator is used, if excessive inflammation is present, an anti-inflammatory medication is used or if inflammation/stimulation is needed a fibroblast proliferating solution is injected. Conditions such as cellulite are due to lymph venolymphatic insufficiency, therefore a stimulator of venous and lymph flow is used.
Mesotherapy uses customized microinjections of medications, amino acids and vitamins that are administered into the mesoderm layer of the skin. Mesotherapy injections involve extremely small needles, that penetrate the body only a very small depth, which is typically four to six millimeters. Many of the needle sticks are not even felt because often times the skin is pinched by the clinician prior to and during the injections.
Mesotherapy’s cosmetic application treats various skin conditions such as acne, cellulite, stretch marks, scars and wrinkles. Mesotherapy moisturizes, tones, tightens and rejuvenates the skin, giving a younger look. Also, improves the microcirculation, the oxygenation of the cells and the expulsion of toxins, therefore it is the most effective method against cellulite.
Mesotherapy treatments are typically given once per week. As improvement is seen, the treatments may be given less frequently, such as once every two weeks or once per month. If quicker improvement is necessary, such as an athlete desiring to resume athletic activities, treatments may be given twice per week.
The number of Mesotherapy treatments needed depends upon many variables, including the condition, the abnormal physiology causing the condition, as well as the chronicity of the problem. A minimum of three to five sessions are generally done to access response. For long term chronic conditions such as cellulite and wrinkles, at least 15 sessions of Mesotherapy will be needed.
Mesotherapy is considered relatively safe and most patients are able to resume daily activities immediately following treatment
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