Therapies

Benefits of Homeopathic Meso-PRP Regenerative Therapy

Steroid free injection for Skin rejuvenation, muscular and joint disorders as well as pain management for those who are looking for Natural Treatments.

Homeopathic Meso-PRP Regenerative Therapy is a combination of Homeopathic Mesotherapy and Platelet Rich Plasma for optimum results to stimulate healing through injection of one’s own growth factors and injectable homeopathic remedies into affected and target areas.

Homeopathic Mesotherapy

Homeopathic Mesotherapy (often termed biopuncture or homeomesotherpy) is a specialised technique whereby homeopathic preparations (micro doses) are injected under the skin to the local area on the body which is in need of treatment. The mesotherapy technique was developed by the French Professor Dr Michel Pistor in 1952 and developed for homeopathics by Belgian physician Dr Jan Kersschot. Homeopathic preparations stimulate the body’s own healing mechanisms and can help with pain control, inflammation and soft tissue injury including wear and tear. The technique is often referred to as Skin Prick Nutrition as shallow injections deliver nutrients and vitamins into acupuncture points or specific areas on the body to stimulate the body’s own self healing process.

PRP Therapy

An effective treatment for skin rejuvenation, hair restoration and some common orthopedic conditions, including sports injuries. PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma is a concentration of platelet cells taken from the patient’s blood, these platelets have growth factors that may help in the healing process of chronic injuries. These platelets are the center of PRP Therapy which is derived from the blood drawn from the patient’s arm. It will be put in a centrifuge and spun at a certain RPM (revolutions per minute), this forces the blood components to separate. The resulting blood will have distinct components of Red Blood Cells (RBC), Normal Plasma (PPP) and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). The PRP portion of the blood is then separated and Homeopathic injectable remedies (Individualised and exclusive protocol according to the chief complaint and main concern of the patient or client) will be added and injected into the injured area or target area for anti-ageing and aesthetic purposes such as skin rejuvenation or hair restoration.

Injection with homeopathic meso-PRP increases the collagen proliferation and the amount of soft tissue generation, including the tendons, ligaments, as well as cartilage. Homeo Meso-PRP can also be used to treat osteoporosis (a medical condition in which the bone becomes brittle and fragile), and it is found to be highly effective in pain management. Another benefit of PRP therapy is that it is taken from the patient’s body, so there’s no matching to be done and no risk of rejection.

Homeopathic medicines

Homeopathic medicines contain natural substances that are found in the body such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids, co-enzymes, proteins such as collagen, glycosaminoglycans such as hyaluronic acid, antioxidants and plant DNA, all of which are crucial for cell protection and repair. Concentrations of these molecules in homeopathic medicines correspond to their physiological concentration in the body. As a result they have no side effects or contraindications and thus no biocompatibility tests are needed either in Homeo-Meso Therapy. There’s no risk of allergic reaction as Homeopathic pharmacopoeia principle is a convertion of molecule to supra molecular system with high dilution and potentisation method. Some of the recent studies like supramolecular chemistry presented by Professor John Benneth at Cambridge University, in which he reviews the attempts that have already been made to model the ‘memory of water’ – one of the proposed explanations for why homeopathic remedies works. This is how John introduces his lecture, which you can access at http://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/1074586 can give you a clear understanding of the mechanism of the action of homeopathic remedies. A supramolecule is an organization of two or more molecules that are held together by intermolecular forces. Citing recent studies, I propose that aqueous structures and their electromagnetic (EM) signals are what give homeopathic remedies their reportedly unique biological action.

About the author

Dr Farshid Angooti Oshnari

Dr Farshid Angooti Oshnari

Dr Farshid Angooti Oshnari ND. MD.(A.M.) MSc. BSc.
Doctor of Integrative Medicine
Homeopathic & Naturopathic
Practitioner Anti-ageing & Aesthetic Practitioner