Homeopathic medicine was developed in the
1700’s and is based on diluting natural substances, such as herbs
and minerals. In the 1950’s a new treatment modality called
homotoxicology was developed. It uses the principals of homeopathic
dilution to create remedies that drain and detoxify the body. In
the 1980’s Italian physicians developed Physiological Regulating
Medicine, what we call Tissue Rejuvenation Therapy. It combines
homotoxicology and the latest science about immunology,
endocrinology and neurology to naturally support optimal cellular
How Does It Work?
Tiny needles are used to inject small amounts
of homeopathic remedies in conjunction with biologically active
substances, such as neurotransmitters and growth factors, in precise
physiological proportions. The remedies act to control symptoms so
you feel better quickly. In addition, and more importantly, the
- detoxify the tissue
- improve circulation and lymph flow to and
from the area
- provide important cellular nutrients
- modulate the immune, endocrine, and nervous
This means that the tissue becomes healthier,
functions more optimally and is less likely to become damaged in the
future. You find yourself in less pain, with younger looking skin,
and with more energy.
What can it be used for?
Tissue Rejuvenation Therapy can effectively
address any type of pain, anywhere in the body.
It can also be used cosmetically to:
- Tone the skin and muscles
- Reduce fine lines, wrinkles, and scars
- Lift breasts, jowls and triceps
- Smooth adiposity, cellulite and lumpy skin.
How many treatments will I need?
For cosmetic rejuvenations it will typically
take about 5 treatments to see a difference, but individuals might
need more or less. Pain syndromes differ in how many treatments are
needed but can range from 3-6, at least. In general the treatments
are done once weekly. This may differ for each person, depending on
the severity of the concern and the patients’ goals. Treatments can
be done as frequently as 3 times per week.
Do the injections hurt and are there any side
Depending on the treatment the needles go into
the muscles, the fat-filled tissue under the skin or the very top
layer of the skin. Some patients experience a slight poke, while
others don’t notice anything. Every effort is made to make the
process as painless as possible. There are no side effects and the
remedies do not interact with any medications or other treatments.