Gainesville Holistic Healthcare offers Injection Therapy as part of a comprehensive treatment strategy. Injectable substances include Homeopathic Medications, Lipotropics, and Vitamin B12. Injections are intradermal, subcutaneous, or intramuscular and are generally painless.
Injection Therapy can be used to treat a variety of conditions and is an excellent synergistic adjunctive therapy to Acupuncture.
Our Injectable Products & Conditions Treated
- Traumeel – A potent homeopathic anti-inflammatory, this injection works like a Corticosteroid or Cortisone shot without the negative side effects of bone deterioration.
Excellent for the treatment of acute and chronic inflammatory pain.
- Zeel – This homeopathic is particularly targeted to treat joint pain throughout the body including knee pain, elbow pain, neck pain, and back pain.
It is often combined with Traumeel for maximum pain-relieving benefit.
- Spascupreel – A homeopathic muscle relaxer, this injectable is used for muscle spasms, cramps, and pain.
Can be combined with Traumeel for anti-inflammatory action.
- Neuralgo-Rheum – Homeopathic pain relief for nerve pain and neuropathy.
- Lymphomyosot – This injectable provides homeopathic relief for lymphatic swelling, poor lymphatic drainage, skin rashes such as eczema and dermatitis, edema, and recurrent colds and flus.
- Engystol – This is our popular homeopathic “flu shot.” Engystol increases immunity and decreases the risks of catching a cold or flu. It also reduces the severity of symptoms and decreases the duration of active bacterial or viral infections.
- Lipotropic – This “Fat-Burner” injection signals the liver to more effectively metabolize fat, which can lead to greater weight loss. Increasing energy and metabolism while curbing appetite, this injection is a helpful addition to a healthy weight loss program.
- Vitamin B12 – B12 deficiency is very common and can lead to health risks including depression, memory loss, anemia, fatigue, and nervous system impairment. B12 deficiency can come from vegetarian diets, certain medications such as Metformin, and a condition called pernicious anemia wherein the body lacks intrinsic factor, which is necessary for the absorption of B12.