Mesotherapy is based on pharmacological methods of diffusion through the microcirculation of the cutaneous tissue that interrelates the skin with its neighboring structures. In this manner, they serve to attain two important objectives:
- Limit the administration of pharmacological agents to the peripathological zone (area around the disease), by preserving the rest of the organism from side effects.
- Reduce the amount of the pharmacological agents to be administered, by making it unnecessary to use elevated doses.
The mesotherapeutic techniques require the use of appropriate materials (syringes, needles, multi-injector, etc.) for the performance of the multipunctures, such as the necessary skill for its management, which is acquired with practice.
In reality, all types of illness can be treated with mesotherapy, But one is accustomed to apply it to those, in which traditional medicine fails: such as cellulitis, some difficult-to-treat dermatological conditions such as acne, alopecia, or hair loss, as well as in certain rheumatological disorders and some others.
Mesotherapeutists assure that they have obtained, with this technique, spectacular cures of illnesses that escaped successful treatment.
This deals with the branch of medicine dealing with diet and alimentary control based on the composition of food and its caloric count. It is particularly useful in aesthetic medicine with respect to weight loss and as a preventative complement in any treatment, since obesity is a risk factor of vascular diseases.
- Physical Agents
- Physical medicine: Physical medicine utilizes therapeutic formulas based on the effects that physical agents produce on the organism, such as waves produced by special apparatuses of a physical nature, or the effects of movement or pressure on muscles. One of the physical agents is the laser. Ultrasounds constitute another one. And physical agents such as gymnastics, rehabilitation and massages constitute the third one.
- Physical agents: gymnasium, rehabilitation and massages. We all know the beneficial effects of the gymnasium, both for muscles and bones, as well as for circulation. A sedentary life style leads to obesity, a risk factor of vascular problems.
- In many cases, the gymnasium has been used for rehabilitation purposes in cases of traumatic surgeries or in strokes that have led to temporary paralysis of a body part.
- Massages play an important role in rehabilitation: They are particularly important: Manual Voder lympodrainage which is a manual method that activates the lymphatic system by directly influencing other functions such as blood circulation, the nervous systems.
- Manual Voder Lympodrainage This consists of an overall treatment of the lymphatic system, in which no part of the organism is treated by itself alone, that is to say, even though the problem may be in the lower extremities, it drains from the neck to the feet, with the belief that with the stimulus of areas such as the axillas, thorax, abdomen, groin or hip (which possess a great accumulation of ganglions), the lymphatic charge will be reabsorbed and activated in a more efficient manner.
- On a muscular level, this works on the musculature by relaxing it and improving the self-stimulating function of the lymphatic current.
- At the level of the nervous system. This works directly on the parasympathetic nervous system by production of physical and psychic relaxation which helps the entire process to be more recuperative. Also the blood system benefits, since even with a varicose vein problem, the legs can be treated without creating pain and with an optimum result, by releasing blood.
Ultrasounds are vibrations of sound waves that are utilized in medicine, both for therapeutic as well as for diagnostic purposes. The sounds, in order to propagate themselves, do so in the atmospheric means by way of a vibration of air particles and liquids. Nothing can be engendered in emptiness. The human ear is capable of capturing certain frequencies. But it is possible to produce inaudible variations, of low frequency, which is what we call ultrasounds
Ultrasounds are produced with the vibration of a chrystal quartz produced by an inverse phenomenon to the piezoelectric effect, upon applying to it an alternate electrical field.. The ultrasounds are utilized in the diagnostic area with sonograms and apparatuses that perform the sonograms, and which, by means of sound, identify the images in a display, upon translating into an image the density of the tissues in which the waves hit.
Ultrasounds are also utilized therapeutically to alleviate muscular aches and to activate the circulation of blood vessels.
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