Injections

CATALYST INJECTIONS

are used in treating Cancer, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and ALS in conjunction with a strict detoxification and nutritional program. They are also used for conditions involving infections caused by miniscule bacteria

GH3 INTRA MUSCULAR & INTRAVENOUS

GH3 is a procaine-based therapeutic pharmaceutical solution popularized by a Romanian gerontologist Anna Aslan MD, PhD as a “youth drug“called Gerovital during the 1950’s through the 1980’s. Hence, Bucharest, Romania became the place to visit for rejuvenation and stopping premature aging during this period.

Administered by injection intramuscularly or intravenously, and less effectively by mouth, GH3 ultimately decomposes in the body into two naturally occurring substances para-amino-benzoic acid, an antioxidant, and DMAE, an enhancer of nerve transmission. By preventing damage from harmful oxidative reactions in our bodies and improving neuronal communication GH3 offers many remedial effects, such as

• GH3 has been demonstrated to benefit premature aging, skin wrinkling, general vitality, arthritis, circulatory function, memory, muscle strength, lung capacity and depression;

• GH3 inhibits a chemical in the brain associated with undesired moods called monoamine oxidase.

• Those who continually use GH3 appear younger with less wrinkles than those the same age who do not use it.

• Heads of states such as JF Kennedy and celebrities such as Salvador Dali are rumored to have been treated with GH3.

• Improved versions of GH3 developed since the 1980’s are in use today. Dayton Medical Center uses it synergistically in other enhancing combinations.

VITAMIN INTRAMUSCULAR

While Vitamin B12 appears to reduce tiredness and improve stamina for some, others who have an inability to absorb Vitamin B12 can benefit from injection therapy. Vitamin B12 plays a role in repairing chromosomal damage and maintaining adequate red blood cell levels. It also helps maintain proper nerve, immune and metabolic function and health.

Vitamin D is a hormone, not technically a vitamin, which exposure to the sun or oral intake can enable one to acquire. However, because some cannot absorb Vitamin D or make Vitamin D in adequate amounts despite sun exposure, intramuscular injections can help them keep healthy Vitamin D levels high. Vitamin D deficiency has been implicated in the development of various forms cancer and other degenerative conditions. It plays a role in proper calcium, metabolic, bone, emotional and immune health and function. Injections of Vitamin D may be helpful in overcoming acute infections.

Magnesium is an essential mineral. However, because the assimilation and holding onto magnesium may be difficult for some, this tendency can be overcome by periodic injections of magnesium given intramuscularly perhaps twice a week. Such injections may even control headaches and erratic blood pressure.

 IMMUNE MODULATION W/INTRAMUSCULAR INJECTION

The immune system is composed of many components involving different forms of white blood cells and informational molecules called cytokines. It can recognize and destroy non–self entities, whether they are foreign invading organisms or non-viable matter, including cells which differ from normal cells, such as cancer cells, for instruction and disposal. Thanks to the immune system, foreign invaders and cancer cells that appear in our bodies every day can be removed. However, when the immune system weakens or becomes compromised, cancer may take hold, infections can spread, and the immune system may unleash itself on normal tissues as if they were foreign. Various strategies can strengthen immune competence. One such method uses amino acid-based nutritional support to block the effects of immune malfunction. Such treatment is appropriate for aiding autoimmune conditions such as Lupus, Sjogren’s, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn’s, Mixed Connective Tissue Disease, Dermatomyositis, Osteoarthritis, Myasthenia Gravis, and Viral Hepatitis, as well as various allergies.

HORMONAL THERAPY INTRAMUSCULAR, INTRA LIGAMENTAL INTRA ARTICULAR

Hormonal therapy involves the replacement of hormones that are deficient. Dayton Medical Center currently gives testosterone injections to those men who have inadequate amounts of testosterone. Low testosterone levels are associated with fatigue, muscle loss, loss of libido, erectile dysfunction, brain fog, loss of interest in life, and depression. Cortisone in various forms may also be used to reduce inflammation and associated discomfort where it is needed to reduce pain on sites which involve joints, ligaments, skin and muscles.

HOMEO-MESOTHERAPY INTRA-CUTANEOUS INJECTIONS

Injections of homeopathic medicines within specific points in the skin initiate changes in physiology and detoxification leading to relief of pain and resumption of normal physiological functions. This therapy can alleviate pain in back, joints, muscles and help influence normal physiology within the body

TRIGGER POINT INJECTION

Trigger Point Injections generally involve the injections of anesthetics into muscles and ligaments to produce reduction in pain an increase in mobility. Acupuncture is another system whereby needles are placed into various points of the body to improve energy flow so those structures and functions that are associated with the energy field are favored for optimizing function and repair. Physiological healing and function is promoted. Various offshoots of needling is used in acupuncture inclusive of lasers, injections, pressure, etc. Pharmaceutical injections involve the use of anesthetics, antibiotics, hormones, analgesics, anti-nauseants, sedatives injections and other therapeutic substances.

IMMUNE URINARY DERIVED “VACCINE” INJECTION INTRAMUSCULAR

The processing of urine injections may be prepared which can be given intramuscularly to modulate the immune system in order to overcome allergies or an autoimmune condition such as psoriasis.