Biopuncture

What is biopuncture?

Biopuncture is the use of injectable anti-homotoxic remedies to exert healing effects in the body.  Anti-homotoxic remedies are analogous to homeopathic remedies (i.e. highly dilute preparations of natural substances); however, they are of a much lower dilution (usually one in 10,000 parts rather than 1 in a trillion, trillion parts).

 

Are biopuncture injectables safe?

Yes – one virtue of their high dilution is that they do not have the potential to cause a toxic reaction.

 

 

Why do you use biopuncture?

I use biopuncture either alone or to complement the use of neural therapy.  Neural therapy is excellent at correcting ANS imbalances; however, biopuncture allows for the more specific direction of treatment.  For example:

  • A patient has persistent reflux secondary to a past chest injury – neural therapy corrects the ANS imbalance…adding injectable nux is a specific remedy to help resolve reflux issues
  • A patient has persistent low adrenal gland function – neural therapy corrects the ANS imbalance…adding injectable adrenal gland extract amplifies the effect and helps to regenerate depleted adrenal hormones
  • A patient has trouble sleeping for years after an emotional trauma and testing shows ANS imbalance in the heart – neural therapy addresses the heart ANS imbalance and Neuro-Heel helps to promote sleep faster

What conditions can neural therapy/biopuncture treat?

Technically one or both could be indicated for any health condition; however, I tend to reserve it for conditions such as:

  • Any acute musculoskeletal injury (can speed recovery time immensely)
  • Any chronic musculoskeletal injury, especially those not responsive to other treatment modalities.  MSK injuries that I’ve treated include:
  • Shoulder pain
  • Knee pain
  • Neck pain
  • Back pain (upper and lower back pain)
  • Sciatica
  • Piriformis syndrome
  • Hamstring pulls
  • Whiplash injuries
  • Chronic pain following an accident
  • TMJ syndrome
  • Insomnia not responsive to other treatments
  • Fatigue (chronic fatigue, adrenal fatigue, low thyroid function, fibromyalgia) not responsive to other treatments
  • Heartburn/reflux not responsive to other treatments
  • Low immune function (frequent infections, chronic infections, long-standing respiratory symptoms)
  • Sinus congestion

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