Percutaneous Hydrotomy
Quinton plasma octopus
Quinton water, also known as regenerating marine plasma, is not ordinary seawater. It is produced using a demanding extraction and filtration process to remove all impurities, preserve the maximum amount of bioavailable minerals, and retain all its nutritional properties. The infusion will thus bring you:
  • mineral salts;
  • trace elements (to accelerate natural chemical reactions);
  • Magnesium (for its regulation of neuromuscular transmission);
  • of silicon;
  • vitamins reserved for injection (for their regenerative and neurotropic properties);
  • certain medications that may be added to the infusion
Thanks to the action of marine microorganisms such as phytoplankton, the minerals contained in Quinton plasma are transformed and thus easily cross the intestinal membrane. Because of the presence of negative ions in seawater, trace elements, which act as catalysts for our main biological functions, can be directly assimilated without the use of transporters such as picolinates or glycines in marine plasma. The Quinton octopus that we practice here at the Center is, in fact, a percutaneous hydrotomy (diluted mesotherapy). This professional medical practice consists of the local intradermal or subcutaneous injection of saline (0.9% sodium chloride), which provides minerals, trace elements, and injectable vitamins. We primarily use it in osteoarticular or musculo-tendinous problems to reduce inflammation and relieve pain. It also provides all the elements necessary for the repair of the injured area.

The main indications

  • Joint pain, arthritis
  • Chronic pain
  • Back pain, herniated disc, disc disease
  • Sciatica, radiculalgia

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