Biopuncture for Back and Neck Pain



How often have you heard someone complain about pain?

 Stuart Morick
Pure Health and Wellness


Perhaps you’ve experienced it yourself – back, neck, shoulders, ankles, elbows or even those old sports injuries.

From niggling aches to recurrent or persistent pain we all seek relief.

Pain can be incredibly debilitating, disrupting our ability to carry out even the simplest of everyday tasks. Fortunately, we have access to a wide range of therapies to help relieve musculoskeletal pain, with most treatments involving a combination of pain management and effective rehabilitation.

Osteopathy, chiropractic, physiotherapy, remedial massage, Bowen therapy, Dorn spinal technique and Biodynamic Impulsation are well known to many and have provided much wanted natural relief. Others seek respite from pain through cortisone injections, powerful pharmaceuticals and even surgery.

Elite Athletes

Another natural alternative for pain relief is biomesotherapy, also known as biopuncture. An advanced homoeopathic technique, it was originally developed in Europe, where it is particularly popular among elite athletes. Many natural therapists, homoeopaths and doctors in Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Canada and South Africa offer biomesotherapy. During biopuncture (biomesotherapy), fine needles (like acupuncture needles) are used to inject small amounts of sterile saline solution under the skin, activating trigger points for joints or organs. At the same time, an oral homoeopathic that focuses on the area of the body requiring treatment is administered. Together, they stimulate the body’s own capacity for healing, relaxing muscles, correcting imbalances and providing relief from pain and injury.

Inflammation Control

Considered very effective for joint and muscle pain, Traumeel® is the most popular remedy used during biopuncture (biomesotherapy) as it includes a number of natural ingredients that combine to control inflammation. Clinical trials have demonstrated that Traumeel cream and gel are as effective as diclofenac gel, a powerful non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) with an anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect.

If you are seeking relief from pain, you may wish to consider options that stimulate the body’s own capacity to heal. These may provide a longer-term solution than the transient relief offered by treatments that simply suppress the symptoms of your pain. Please speak to your natural healthcare practitioner to determine a solution that suits your needs and look forward to a pain-free future.


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