Biopuncture is a therapy in which micro doses of biologically active natural substances are injected into specific body locations. Biopuncture produces its clinical effects because it stimulates the body’s own immune system and restarts natural healing capacity.
The substances are used to treat pain, swelling, inflammation and toxin accumulation, among other problems. Most injections cause only minor discomfort because they are very shallow, given just under the skin or into the muscle.
Common indications for biopuncture include neck, mid back, lower back and sacro-iliac pain; various tendon problems (tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, patellar tendonitis); shoulder pain; knee pain, tension headache etc. Biopuncture is very successful for treating sports injuries.
The use of biotherapeutic injections can benefit patients who have tried conventional medicine but have had no success, or for those who have had to stop taking conventional medication because of side effects.
The medications used in biopuncture have no relation at all to the current controversy over childhood immunizations.