Wednesday, March 19, 2014

New U-tube video post, cosmetic medicine

Here is the link to a video ( sorry no narration) that I use in training; for those of you that have taken  the training it is a good review session, And for those that are seeing it for the first time, My recommendation is to get the hands-on training that will make you an expert in this fantastic technique.

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Ontario NDs, using imprinted saline remedies..

 AN answer you've been waiting for...

KEEP within scope : Here is the link you've been waiting for Ontario NDs, a way to imprint normal saline with information to be used mesotherapeutically; and it is under $600!!!  I have been using imprinted remedies since 1998, since recent changes legislatively I am imprinting saline for injection.

We are still training in Mesotherapy at,  (CE credits are being reviewed in Ontario) pass the word on!! Next session is this weekend, we still have space.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Mesotherapy techniques in Ontario for Cosmetic Applications

Are you practicing in a jurisdiction where legislative changes have made it difficult to access products that you have come to trust as being helpful? In Ontario, homeopathic remedies which have been labelled for drinkable usage are not sanctioned by NDs to be used by injection, this means that we could look for other delivery methods or ways to work around this. For those that use meso technique already, remember that the needle (puncture) itself does in fact provide stimulation to the dermis, by provoking a slight inflammatory respose; one could always spray or brush the remedy on the skin after a procedure like nappage; in my practice I use Oxyendoermia see the following link for Video and a detailed description; Ontario NDs still need to learn and use mesotherapy. In my next post watch also for Ultrasound cavitation and other usages of Saline for the brake down of fatty tissue; Staying within scope and offering effective solutions.... Michael Rahman