The treatments used in our therapy are based on a technology called Percutaneous Hydrotomy developed in France and considered a very safe and innovative approach to pain relief treatment. It treats THE CAUSE AND NOT THE SYMPTOMS of the pathology. It is optimal for spine and joint pains, herniated disks, arthritis, arthrosis and other disorders that produce pain.
Percutaneous Hydrotomy stimulates our own self-healing capabilities increasing our defenses and the production of new antibodies. It uses Quinton isotonic sea water with its natural 92 chemical elements plus vitamins and minerals which results in a composition very similar to human plasma. In addition amino acids are used to help the body get rid of toxic heavy metals deposits in the treated areas. This results in new mucous membrane generated and the reduction of cartilage inflammation and compression, thus eliminating or drastically reducing the cause of pain, discomfort and limitation of movement in the treated areas.
You can visit our Testimonials under our links section where objective results are reported by some of our patients. They describe their condition and the results obtained thru our Percutaneous Hydrotomy treatments.
This revolutionary technology produces long-lasting, very positive results, without risks or adverse secondary effects in 90% of our patients. No analgesic, steroids, anti-inflammatory drugs, acupuncture, stem cells, ozone or chiropractic therapies are used. The treated pathologies are: Joint and back pains, disc hernias, bone calcifications, arthritis, arthrosis, sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, narrow lumbar canal, temporomandibular joint pain disorders, tinnitus, neuralgia among others.
Follow the link to http://www.hydrotomiepercutanee.com/en/ or click on the logo at the bottom of this page for additional information on these treatments in the English Web Site of the International Association of Percutaneous Hydrotomy in France, where you will find under Mexico, reference to our accredited medical staff and The Pain Medical Center in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.