Mesotherapy is a gentle, minimally invasive naturopathic treatment that is often conducted in connection with neural therapy, traditional Chinese acupuncture, and reflexology.
The French doctor, Michael Pistor (1924-2003) is the founder of mesotherapy. He developed the process around 1960.
‘Meso’ stems from ‘mesos’, a Greek word that means ‘middle’. It is related to the embryonic origin of our skin and our connective tissue, the mesoderm.
The French doctor, Michael Pistor, created the following ground rules for mesotherapy:
Less – Infrequent – At the right place
According to this principle, a thorough case history and diagnosis are used to tailor and compile individualised active ingredients to the patient. Afterwards, the active ingredients are injected in low doses directly into the treatment area of the skin using a thin needle. The treatment promotes circulation and increases the oxygen supply in the treated area.
Due to the minimally invasive penetration, an active subcutaneous depot is immediately formed in the tissue, which releases the active ingredients exactly where those ingredients are needed over a longer period of time.
- Chronic joint and spinal disorders
- Tennis elbow
- Golfer’s elbow
- Bruises and strains
- Healing disorders
- Circulatory disorders
- Tension headaches
In addition, mesotherapy has a place in aesthetic medicine.
- Allergic reactions to active ingredients and medical preparations
- Strong autoimmune diseases
- Severe diseases or disorders of the cardiovascular system
- Keloid disorder
- Acute infections
- Coagulation disorders
- Taking of blood thinning medication
30 minutes | 30 €
every initial treatment:
25 minutes | 35 €
60 minutes | 70 €
Each additional 30 minutes | 35 €
Additional material charges:
Materials | 15 €