Mesotherapy: A cure Against Cellulite?
Monday, November 7,2016
Mesotherapy is an approach that can help fight cellulite and physical pain to the healthy and beautiful appearance.
Mesotherapy to fight against pain and cellulite
Mesotherapy involves injecting superficially, in the place of the treatment area, small doses of drugs. Originally used primarily for pain relief, it’s found a few years ago , a new applications in aesthetic medicine, especially to combat cellulite.
Healing with mesotherapy
Mesotherapy can help you treat your rheumatic problems and provide supportive treatment if you suffer from arterial and venous diseases.
You can check for injuries related to the practice of sport: tendinitis, sprains, strains …
It is particularly suitable if you want to treat aesthetic problems such as cellulite, wrinkles, hair loss, etc.
How does mesotherapy work?
Developed in the early 1950s by the French doctor Michel Pistor, Mesotherapy utilizes conventional remedies (anti-inflammatories, antibiotics, etc.) administered by intradermal injections, that is to say, in the deepest layer of the skin , the dermis. Its originality lies in the fact that the products are injected at the same location of the treatment area. They thus perform a very short way in the body.
The fact of bringing the drug to its target can avoid many side effects induced by drugs administered systemically, the aggression of the stomach and liver when taken orally, for example.
The injected drug has no time to become diluted and lose effectiveness. Mesotherapy therefore uses very small amounts of products.
What happens during a session
The doctor examines you and consult any x-rays and laboratory results you have made.
You lie. The doctor starts injecting the drug mixture indicated to treat your condition. It uses sterile needles for single use 4 to 13 mm in length depending on the treatment area, and convenient fifteen to thirty injections per session. the injections are administered with a conventional syringe, by means of an electronic injector.
Almost painless, they do not require anesthesia.
Typically, ten to fifteen sessions are required, on a weekly basis.
Contra-indications and warnings
If you are sensitive to certain products, you can develop an allergy after injections.
Avoid use mesotherapy in case of skin infection.
It is of course also to avoid if you have a phobia of needles.
This technique makes use of allopathic drugs. It must be performed by a qualified doctor who knows the doses to use and possible side effects.
How to find a practitioner
In canada, mesotherapy is mostly practiced in some beauty centers. It is used as an alternative technique instead of liposuction. However, the College of Physicians of Quebec argues that these practices are not based on any serious study.
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