Injection Therapy / Biopuncture / Point Injection

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Free consultation:  Dr. Adam Graves offers free 15 minute phone consultations.  We would be happy to briefly discuss injection therapy, B12 Shots, and Slim Shot to find out if injection therapy might be the right fit for you.

What is it?
Injection Therapy / Biopuncture is a natural therapy consisting of injecting natural biological products in acupuncture points or specific spots. Point Injection as it is called in the U.S. or Biopuncture in Europe (originated from: biotherapeutics [bio-] with acupuncture [-puncture]).

Injections can include:
•homeopathic products
•other natural biological products

How does it done?
Most of these injections are given under the skin (shallow, subcutaneous) or in the muscles (intramuscular) and are designed to treat a wide range of symptoms and pain.

Is Injection Therapy new?
No.  This therapy and the products have been used for several decades.  The specific names Point Injection & Biopuncture were created more recently to give more exposure to the possibilities of this particular technique, both for the general public and for medical doctors.

Is it safe?
This treatment combines homeopathic remedies with the principles of acupuncture. Some say it can cure any type of pain, but is it safe?  This therapy combines homeopathic remedies with the principles of acupuncture.  Since most ampoules only have low concentrations of plant extracts, there’s very little side effects. Also, the ampoules used in Point Injection are manufactured by companies such as “Heel” that can guarantee the product’s effectiveness and quality. Note, Heel products are FDA approved.

Does it hurt?
Most people are surprised how easily and quickly these injections are given compared with the injections given in conventional medicine. You will feel no pain or just a pinch since the needle is very thin.

What conditions can be treated by Point Injection / Biopuncture?
Point Injection / Biopuncture can successfully treat:
•orthopedic problems
•neck pain
•back pain
•ankle sprain
•frozen shoulder
•Achilles tendinitis
•sports injuries
•tennis elbow
•golf elbow

In addition to pain, Point Injection can also treat:
•hay fever

Remember, Point Injection complements Acupuncture, Herbs and Nutrient therapy. Meaning that, the healing effects are enhanced when Point Injection is combined with other therapies. On its own (primary treatment), good clinical results can be achieved using Point Injection.

An In-Depth Look at Injection Therapy / Biopuncture / Point Injection

Some Biotherapeutic Products used in Point Injection / Biopuncture:
•Vitamins: B12, B1, C, etc.
•Traumeel: Inflammations and sports injuries
•Zeel:  tennis elbow, whiplash
•Balangen: anti-viral/bacterial
•Echinacea:  immune boost
•Chamomilla: stress
•Nux vomica: digestive problems
•Restructa: rheumatic disorders

How does Point Injection / Biopuncture work?
The major goal is that once the natural products are injected (in specific Acupuncture points), your body’s own defense system is stimulated. In other words, the body is invited to start healing itself. In many cases, this is sufficient to get the body in balance again.

Point injections can also be given to stimulate the local blood circulation, and to dissipate the ongoing inflammatory processes. This can be very useful when treating sports injuries as some of the products are designed to relax muscles. They are also often used when dealing with neck and lower back pain. Even pain in the knee or in the hip region can have a muscular origin and can sometimes be treated without touching the joint itself.

When is Point Injection / Biopuncture Therapy used?
Generally, Point Injection is often used in:
•pain management
•preventative medicine
•facial refreshment
•patients with vitamins deficiencies
•enhance the effects of Acupuncture
•enhance the effects of Laser Therapies

Biopuncture should always be based on the patient’s health history and symptomlogy.

Where are these injections given?
Most of them are given into or just under the skin (subcutaneous); others are given into specific muscle points (intramuscular). The practitioner does not give the injections arbitrarily; instead the injections are administered in carefully chosen spots called Acupuncture points. The place where product is injected is as important as the product itself and sometimes the injections are given at more than one spot during each session. For example, if you have pain in your elbow, the painful spots in your arm muscles may also be each injected in one session.

The needle used is very thin, so there is only a pinch, unlike injections a patient receives during a conventional medical procedure.

What if I am currently under a physician care (MD)?
Injection Therapy / Biopuncture are complementary to western medicine. If you are under a Medical Doctor’s (MD) care, you should continue for as long as your MD deems it necessary and continue to take all prescribed medication.

Colorado Natural Medicine and Acupuncture can support you and your health goals.  Contact us today by phone 303.688.6698  or by setting up an appointment via our online scheduling program.  Find out if our injection therapy options should be part of your health protocol.

Click on the links below to read more from experts on the forefront of this therapy:

University Health News:  What is Biopuncture? Biopuncture Doctors Provide a Fascinating Natural Therapy That Helps Heal Sports Injuries and All Kinds of Aches and Pains

Dr. OZ:  An Alternative Cure for Pain: Biopuncture

Colorado Natural Medicine is located in Castle Rock and is near the areas of Larkspur, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Parker, Castle Pines, and the DTC area.  We offer Skype appointments for patients in the Colorado Springs and Denver area.  We also offer holistic counseling at our practice to bring mind, body, and spirit for complete healing.