What is it?

Mesotherapy is a French technique that is commonly used all over Europe in the management of chronic pain, sore muscles, and tension. It uses a finer needle that Neural Therapy, covering a wider area of treatment. Mesotherapy acts as an adjunctive therapy for management of chronic pain and inflammation. While treating your chronic pain, muscle tension, or muscle soreness, we will also help to identify and manage the root cause.


Who Can Benefit Form this treatment?

There are specific concerns that may benefit from Mesotherapy including, chronic neck or back pain, especially those corresponding with associated anxiety or stress, muscle tension, DOMS or generalized muscle soreness. In treating your chronic pain, we will also help you to identify and manage the root cause of such symptoms.


What can you expect from the treatment?

The procedure involves micro-needle injections of local anesthetic with either specific vitamins, minerals, or energetic medication under the skin, over a generalized area.  It acts by decreeing inflammation and promoting circulation within the area. The effects can last any where from hours, to weeks, to months, depending on the severity, how the individual reacts to the injections, and the number of treatments recommended.


The first appointment takes 60 minutes. Follow up appointments can be completed between 30 minutes, which does not require additional office visits, unless it is needed.


Duration of treatment?

Treatment recommendations will vary per individual and can include 1 – 4 treatments as the initial prescription, while you and your doctor work on addressing underlying causes.


Will my insurance cover it?

Insurance does not cover neural therapy. However, any office visits associated with on-going treatment, unrelated to the actual therapy, may be covered by your insurance based on varying plans. Should you have any questions, please contact our office or your insurance carrier for further guidance.


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Dr. Caitlan Readhead