Originally developed by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, homeopathy is an alternative to traditional medicine, and homeopathic solutions have been widely used in Europe safely for decades, where techniques such as biopuncture are rather mainstream. Use of homeopathics for complementary procedures like Biopuncture, pioneered by Belgium physician, Dr. Jan Kersschot, are becoming increasingly more popular in the U.S., especially because these injections show no major side effects and stimulate natural healing rather than suppressing symptoms. Many find relief by going this alternate route. Biopuncture is a bioregulatory therapy in which combinations of homeopathic solutions, low dose dextrose, low dose anesthetic, or even autologous blood are injected into specific zones or points either just under the skin or into muscles, tendons, or joints to reduce pain and regulate inflammation and support natural healing mechanisms. The injection is given with a very small and thin needle so you will likely feel little to no pain. This treatment gives the body a chance to heal itself in a more natural manner. Since most of the homeopathic remedies have a low concentration of plant extracts, it is considered a safe alternative and have little to no side effects.