What is biopuncture?

What is Bio-Puncture?

Bio-Puncture is a relatively new therapy in Australia designed to alleviate many types of pain. Bio-regulatory medicine or Homotoxicology is the specific, scientific concept behind Bio-Puncture.

Bio-Puncture uses small amounts of sterile saline solution injected subcutaneously (just below the skin), in conjuncture with oral homeopathic medicines. Depending on tissue type or organ requiring treatment, eg nerve, joint, muscle or liver, the injections and medicines stimulate a drainage and repair type program which is simple and very effective. Naturally symptoms are treated but Bio-Puncture goes further as  deeper and more long lasting healing is facilitated.

What conditions are treated with Bio-Puncture?

Commonly, conditions that can be assisted involve: pain, inflammation, spasms, scarring and immobility. It can be soft tissue or joints, nerve impingement (including sciatica), vertebral discs, or mucosal lining of the digestive system. What is important is the tissue type and reasons behind the inflammation and pain.

Muscoloskeletal problems that can be assisted with Bio-Puncture:

  • Sprains, strains, bruising
  • Fractures
  • Joint pain ie tendonitis, bursitis, frozen shoulder
  • Spasms ie neck, leg etc
  • Back pain, disc problems
  • Mild to moderate arthritis
  • Scarring ie surgery
  • Acute and chronic conditions
  • Trauma induced problems ie previous accidents/injuries

Who can use Bio-Puncture

The beauty about Bio-Puncture is that there is a wide variety of treatment options available. It can used in conjunction with conventional medicine, or as an alternative to it. It can be used to prevent surgical procedures and as a follow up after surgery, or when conventional medicine has not be effective.  It can be used to facilitate healing so the injury does not become chronic. Also there are no side effects so it is a very safe option for pain and inflammation.

Oral medicines can be used for infants, children and teenages or people who dont wish to have the injections.

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