Percutaneous hydrotomy

hidrotomia percutania

Percutaneous hydrotomy is a regenerative technique consisting of injecting a physiological saline solution intradermically or subcutaneously with the secondary administration of medicines for therapeutic purposes to treat an injury in a well-defined target area.

Percutaneous hydrotomy uses the allopathic processes of conventional medicine under optimised conditions in terms of effectiveness and safety (heavy dilution and small doses), appreciably reducing the undesirable effects of medicines because they are administered in a localised way. It makes it possible to treat the real causes of the disease pharmacologically (hydration, micronutrition, disintoxication, regeneration, vaccination). Many patients have seen their pain disappear thanks to percutaneous hydrotomy.

Percutaneous hydrotomy is suitable for the following diseases:

  • Arthritis, bone calcification, narrow lumbar canal, discal hernia, sciatica
  • Migraines, tinnitus and neuralgia
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Post-operative and scar-related fibrosis
  • Stress, anxiety, spasmophilia, mild depression
  • General pain
  • Temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ)
  • Allergic rhinitis, sinusitis, recurring tonsilitis, chronic tonsilitis, allergic asthma, bronchitis, herpes simplex, herpes zoster
  • Colitis, Crohn’s disease
  • Cellulitis
  • Hair loss