Spray Recepy for patients with serious localized pain – implements in about a mesotherapeutic Pain treatment
Mesotherapy – most effectiv pharmacological therapeutic concept
Mesotherapy means most tiny amounts of medication being implanted into the skin using a small syringe and an ultrafine needle, e.g. Morphium or Pentoxyphyllin or ….. – because of the miniscule amounts of locally applied medication there is absolutely no systemic action of the medication.
The action is gigantic, absolut stunning. Each Physician should know mesotherapy. You could treat a whole hip with about 2-3 drops of pirocam or morphin and keep it painfree for many days.
Problem Mesotherapy – you need an educated physician
this therapy can only be done by an educated physician. Despite that the action of the therapy lasts for days or even weeks you might want to give your patient repetetive treatment, e.g. pain treatment for cancer metastasis or for severe herpes zoster neuralgia.
You cannot teach the patient, there is tooo much practical handling in using syringe and needles needed to perform that treatment.
But how could we actually treat patients repetetive when they come from far away?
DMSO as needle replacement
we have got our wonderful DMSO as carrier substance, it drags every substance under the skin. So I have created a spray that simulates a Mesotherapy. We hand this spray to our patients that have severe pain for self-treatment.
Of course we do the spray very individualized – how to create proper mesotherapeutic mixtures one learns in the courses for mesotherapy.
Pain-Spray according to Dr. Retzek
here is the composition of my pain-spray for collegues
- 40ml DMSO
- 20ml Lidocain 2 %
- 5ml Morphium 1% solution – though recently I use the about 3,5 times stronger acting D/L-Methadon-Razemat
- 35ml Magnesium-Oil (= 30% Magnesium-chlorid-Hexahydrat in tap water)
put everything into a 100ml brown flask and close with a spray-dispenser-lid, use it as adviced 1-2x daily
Wonderful treatment for acute, strong, localized pain, e.g. penis-carcinoma, Herpes zoster, Polyneuropathia, Trigeminus ….