Therapeutic Injections

Therapeutic Injections
Intramuscular (IM) injections

IM therapy involves the administration of nutrients directly into muscle.

This method of treatment allows you to quickly saturate the tissues of the body with nutrients than oral drugs. IM therapy allows the drug to reach the heart faster and also nourishes the body faster. Such therapy can be effective in the treatment of many health problems. These are problems that include: chronic fatigue, chronic pain, age-related nutrient absorption problems and gastrointestinal problems.

  • Lipotropic injections may improve the results of a weight loss program.
  • The therapy can also be used for the prevention of respiratory infections: injections of vitamin D and B vitamins can help patients with a lack of these vitamins improve the immune system in the fall and help patients with beriberi in the spring.
  • For patients with chronic muscle pain, Trigger Point injections may relieve pain.
  • In patients with Shingles, local injections of B12 may prolong the time to remission.
  • For patients who are deficient in certain nutritional vitamins, injections may speed up their recovery.

Neural Therapy

Neural Therapy is a system of treatment for the relief of chronic pain and various conditions by injecting local anesthetics into scars, areas of peripheral nerves, autonomic ganglia, trigger points, glands and other tissues. Treatment is based on the normalization of the dysfunctional autonomic nervous system, which initiates or exacerbates many chronic diseases. Neurotherapy has been widely used by European physicians for over 50 years.

The therapy can be used as an alternative treatment for several conditions such as

  • Chronic pain
  • Musculoskeletal pain
  • Arthritis
  • Pain in scars
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Trigeminal neuralgia
  • Gastrointestinal diseases
  • Depression
  • Dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system

As with all medical procedures, there are many benefits and risks that patients should understand before starting treatment. All of this will be considered with each individual patient before starting any injection therapy.