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Mesotherapy in Orthopedics

In general, Mesotherapy (intradermal therapy) is a medical procedure applied by a physician with known efficacy in many medical conditions. The first applications started in France in the 1950s. Mesotherapy technique is widely used in dermatology, physical therapy and orthopedics all over the world. The technique is paid within the scope of the French Social Security system.

Mesotherapy application includes targeted minimal drug application. To the target of the medical problem; amino acids, minerals, vitamins, vasodilators, anti-inflammatory, analgesic and anesthetic substances are administered by microinjection method. Thus, drug toxicity that may occur with systemic drug administration is avoided and at the same time, direct administration of the drug to the target increases the effectiveness of the treatment.

Much more effective results are obtained with combined therapies. This application varies from 2-3 months to a year depending on the area taken to the treatment, the size of the problem and the personal response to the treatment. All of the substances applied in mesotherapy are commercial products used today in the health sector. Although mesotherapy is used in the treatment of many diseases, it is widely used especially in the following areas:

Joint pain, osteoarthritis and osteoarthritis-related pain, spinal column pain, osteoporosis-related pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, trigger finger, sports injuries, sprains, tendinitis, fractures and after the effects of orthopedic surgery, muscle aches, headache, migraine, neuralgias, anxiety and stress, cellulite, aging of the skin, hair loss.

Mesotherapy technique is applied in all countries by medical doctors trained on this subject, using manual or mesotherapy guns.

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