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The   Mesotherapy   technique   was   formulated   in   1952   by   Dr.   M.   Pistor   in   France,   and   was   recognized   by   the   French National Academy of Medicine in 1987. Mesotherapy   is   the   micro-injection   of   traditional   medication,   homeopathic   medication,   and   vitamins   into   the   mesoderm, or middle layer of skin, acting as a "medicinal bullet" that is delivered directly to a target in the body. Mesotherapy   allows   a   much   smaller   dose   of   the   same   medicine   to   be   injected   directly   at   the   site   of   the   problem,   into   the   skin.   It   works   by stimulating   the   body   to   heal   itself   in   those   targeted   areas.   Medication   is   administered   subcutaneously   with   special   disposable   micro needles. Micro-drops of the drug are slowly absorbed into the blood flow. MESOTHERAPY HAS BEEN USED FOR: Aesthetic Face, Neck Bio-revitalization Wrinkles, Acne, Scars Flaccid skin, Stretch marks, aged hands Hyper pigmentation Cellulite, Reduction Weight loss, Fat loss Alopecia, Thinning hair Seams and scars, etc. Therapeutic Migraine headaches Arthritis pain Tendonitis Back pain Sport trauma After-delivery distension Bone spurs Muscle pain relief, etc. Mesotherapy  is sometimes called rehabilitation therapy. It stimulates patient's body, immune system and patients looks younger. SIDE EFFECTS AND RESTRICTIONS Side   effects   of   the   procedure   may   be   a   possible   reddening,   swelling   and/or   bruising   around   the   area   of   the   injections.   These   symptoms generally   disappear   in   a   matter   of   hours.   Mesotherapy   is   generally   suitable   for   most   people,   including   children   and   those   with   diabetes. There are no age restrictions. General   restrictions   vary   with   conditions   treated   and   will   be   discussed   before   treatments   are   administered.   You   can   not   wear   makeup   for four   hours   after   Mesotherapy.   You   can   not   vigorously   exercise   for   48   hours.   No   hot   showers   are   allowed   for   6   to   8   hours   after   treatments. It is also recommended to eat a meal high in protein prior to treatment.   Virtual mesotherapy (No Needle mesotherapy) What is the difference between Electroporation and conventional Mesotherapy? Electroporation    offers    the    same    results    as    conventional    mesotherapy,    but    without    using    needles    and    causing    hematomas,    marks, infections   or   other   side   effects.   Besides,   it   is   completely   painless.   It   is   particularly   indicated   for   patients   who   are   sensitive   to   conventional methods. Virtual   Mesotherapy   is   a   new   technology   that   is   based   on   the   innovative   electroporation   technique   for   applying   of   active   ingredients   and enhancing   results   in   multiple   of   facial   and   body   treatments.   Electroporation   consists   of      medium-frequency   of   low   modulated   currents that   cause   the   micropores   of   the   cell   membrane   to   temporarily   open,   and      thus   passing   the   epidermal   barrier   and   enabling   the absorption of  the active ingredients through the skin. Virtual   mesotherapy   has   no   side   effects.   It   is   a   non-invasive,   very   effective   and   practically   painless   treatment   which   restores   luminosity and   smoothness   to   the   face,   neck   and   body   skin.   Effective   results   are   obtained   by   the   application   of   active   products,   without   the drawbacks of traditional mesotherapy. The results and benefits  are: Elimination of cellulite; Reduction of fatty deposits; Body shaping; Reduction of edema; Firms up of skin: breasts, buttocks, inner arms, etc; Regeneration of tissue; Reduction of stretch marks and scars; Reduction of skin aging signs: wrinkles, expression lines, etc; Transdermal application (non invasive) of active ingredients   The   procedure   is   applied   by   a   doctor.   It   lasts   30-60   minutes   and   it's   recommended   for   both   body   and   facial   treatment.   We   recommend   a shock   treatment   of   10   weekly   or   biweekly   sessions,   depending   on   the   condition   of   each   person's   skin.   Afterwards   it   is   advisable   to continue with maintenance sessions to ensure that tissues do not lose their new form. Contraindications  are: Acute infections Cancer Heart disease Hypertension Thrombosis Phlebitis Skin alterations, rash, ulcers and allergies Diabetes Anticoagulants Pregnancy Breast area People who have prosthesis like a pacemaker or others             References Pistor M. 2000. Manual de mesoterapia práctica Picon-Silva. 2000. Tratado de farmacología mesoterápica. Gancedo, HE. 2003. Tratado de mesoterapia. Ordiz, I. 2007. Tratado de mesoterapia Le Coz - Chos.1989. Mesoterapia y traumatología deportiva Le Coz. 1994. Mesoterapia en medicina general. López Barri A. 2001. Mesoterapia en dermatología y estética. Corbel, D. 1990. Mesoterapia y patología digestiva Parenti, IJ. 1989. Manual de mesoterapia   If   you   would   like   additional   information   regarding   our   services   or      to   request   an   appointment,   you   can   contact   us   by   phone   (952 80   53   68)   or   by   email .
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Mesotherapy
The   Mesotherapy   technique   was   formulated   in   1952 by   Dr.   M.   Pistor   in   France,   and   was   recognized   by   the French National Academy of Medicine in 1987. Mesotherapy     is     the     micro-injection     of     traditional     medication, homeopathic   medication,   and   vitamins   into   the   mesoderm,   or   middle layer   of   skin,   acting   as   a   "medicinal   bullet"   that   is   delivered   directly   to a target in the body. Mesotherapy   allows   a   much   smaller   dose   of   the   same   medicine   to   be injected   directly   at   the   site   of   the   problem,   into   the   skin.   It   works   by stimulating   the   body   to   heal   itself   in   those   targeted   areas.   Medication is     administered     subcutaneously     with     special     disposable     micro needles.   Micro-drops   of   the   drug   are   slowly   absorbed   into   the   blood flow. MESOTHERAPY HAS BEEN USED FOR: Aesthetic Face, Neck Bio-revitalization Wrinkles, Acne, Scars Flaccid skin, Stretch marks, aged hands Hyper pigmentation Cellulite, Reduction Weight loss, Fat loss Alopecia, Thinning hair Seams and scars, etc. Therapeutic Migraine headaches Arthritis pain Tendonitis Back pain Sport trauma After-delivery distension Bone spurs Muscle pain relief, etc. Mesotherapy       is      sometimes      called      rehabilitation      therapy.      It stimulates     patient's     body,     immune     system     and     patients     looks younger. SIDE EFFECTS AND RESTRICTIONS Side   effects   of   the   procedure   may   be   a   possible   reddening,   swelling and/or   bruising   around   the   area   of   the   injections.   These   symptoms generally   disappear   in   a   matter   of   hours.   Mesotherapy   is   generally suitable   for   most   people,   including   children   and   those   with   diabetes. There are no age restrictions. General     restrictions     vary     with     conditions     treated     and     will     be discussed    before    treatments    are    administered.    You    can    not    wear makeup   for   four   hours   after   Mesotherapy.   You   can   not   vigorously exercise   for   48   hours.   No   hot   showers   are   allowed   for   6   to   8   hours after    treatments.    It    is    also    recommended    to    eat    a    meal    high    in protein prior to treatment.   Virtual mesotherapy (No Needle mesotherapy) What       is       the       difference       between       Electroporation       and conventional Mesotherapy? Electroporation   offers   the   same   results   as   conventional   mesotherapy, but   without   using   needles   and   causing   hematomas,   marks,   infections or     other     side     effects.     Besides,     it     is     completely     painless.     It     is particularly   indicated   for   patients   who   are   sensitive   to   conventional methods. Virtual    Mesotherapy    is    a    new    technology    that    is    based    on    the innovative      electroporation      technique      for      applying      of      active ingredients    and    enhancing    results    in    multiple    of    facial    and    body treatments.    Electroporation    consists    of        medium-frequency    of    low modulated   currents   that   cause   the   micropores   of   the   cell   membrane to   temporarily   open,   and      thus   passing   the   epidermal   barrier   and enabling the absorption of  the active ingredients through the skin. Virtual   mesotherapy   has   no   side   effects.   It   is   a   non-invasive,   very effective   and   practically   painless   treatment   which   restores   luminosity and   smoothness   to   the   face,   neck   and   body   skin.   Effective   results   are obtained     by     the     application     of     active     products,     without     the drawbacks of traditional mesotherapy. The results and benefits  are: Elimination of cellulite; Reduction of fatty deposits; Body shaping; Reduction of edema; Firms up of skin: breasts, buttocks, inner arms, etc; Regeneration of tissue; Reduction of stretch marks and scars; Reduction of skin aging signs: wrinkles, expression lines, etc; Transdermal application (non invasive) of active ingredients   The   procedure   is   applied   by   a   doctor.   It   lasts   30-60   minutes   and   it's recommended   for   both   body   and   facial   treatment.   We   recommend   a shock   treatment   of   10   weekly   or   biweekly   sessions,   depending   on   the condition   of   each   person's   skin.   Afterwards   it   is   advisable   to   continue with   maintenance   sessions   to   ensure   that   tissues   do   not   lose   their new form. Contraindications  are: Acute infections Cancer Heart disease Hypertension Thrombosis Phlebitis Skin alterations, rash, ulcers and allergies Diabetes Anticoagulants Pregnancy Breast area People who have prosthesis like a pacemaker or others           References Pistor M. 2000. Manual de mesoterapia práctica Picon-Silva. 2000. Tratado de farmacología mesoterápica. Gancedo, HE. 2003. Tratado de mesoterapia. Ordiz, I. 2007. Tratado de mesoterapia Le Coz - Chos.1989. Mesoterapia y traumatología deportiva Le Coz. 1994. Mesoterapia en medicina general. López Barri A. 2001. Mesoterapia en dermatología y estética. Corbel, D. 1990. Mesoterapia y patología digestiva Parenti, IJ. 1989. Manual de mesoterapia   If   you   would   like   additional   information   regarding   our   services or      to   request   an   appointment,   you   can   contact   us   by   phone   (952 80   53   68)   or   by   email .
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