Injection Therapies are an acupuncture system that incorporates neuroscience and European medical science into its clinical applications for pain management, orthopedic conditions, and internal medicine.
Biopuncture Injection Therapy is based on principles originating from Acupuncture, Neural Therapy and Homotoxicology (Homeopathic medicine) and the term coined by Dr. Jan Kersschot, Belgium. The majority of biotherapeutics ampoules used in Biopuncture are micro dose dilutions that contain contain undiluted botanical products and homeopathic dilutions and a minimum of ‘chemical substance’. ‘Natural’ products are used rather than chemical ones because natural products generally have less side effects than the allopathic (pharmaceutical) drugs. In Biopuncture the emphasis is to respect the natural healing processes in the body instead of just taking away the symptoms.
In a way, Biopuncture borrowed its needle technique from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), but updated it with modern knowledge of anatomy and neurophysiology and enhanced it by adding phytotherapeutic or homeopathic remedies to the dry needling.
Biopuncture injections can be injected into reflex zones, acupuncture points, trigger points, pain points and in different structures including muscles, joints, connective tissue, ligaments and vessels.
Biopuncture is used to treat a large variety of ailments including musculoskeletal pain, myofascial pain, chronic pain, phantom pain, joint pain, ligament strains, arthritic pain, gastrointestinal disorders, neuraligia, migraine, vertigo, asthma/bronchitis, prostrate, immune disorders and much more.