WHAT IS MESOLOGY?
Mesology is a concept in medical science mixing mainstream medicine (anatomy, pathology, neurology, physiology) supplemented with knowledge based on holistic healing. This includes: Tradition Chinese Medicine (TCM), Indian Ayur Veda (literally, “knowledge of life”), Orthomolecular cures, Homeopathy, Herbalism and physiotherapy.
The name Mesology refers to the mesoderm or connective tissue. Here the body has reactive sites that ensure that it is in balance with itself and the surrounding environment.
Within the diagnosis both mainstream and complimentary holistic investigation techniques are used to form a unique patient profile.
Every person is unique and therefore has individual experiences—distinctive interactions with his or her surroundings (nutrition, weather conditions, work and social surroundings et al.) Every person, organ and cell aims toward an optimal balance. As long as we are healthy, we are in our own “personal balance.” Sometimes we experience circumstances that throw us off balance, causing health dysfunctions to develop.
WHEN SHOULD I CONSULT A MESOLOGIST?
You can consult a Mesologist for a variety of physical complaints, including:
Stomach, liver and intestinal complaints such as: stomach pain, heartburn, bloating, constipation, hemorrhoids, nausea, diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic worm infections, food allergies et al.
Ear infections, bladder infections, rheumatic complaints, sinus infections, colds
Muscle and joint pain
Rheumatoid arthritis, stiff joints, Fibromyalgia, back pain, muscle pain etc.
Chronic respiratory infections, asthma, bronchitis
General physical complaints
Headaches, migraines, exhaustion, lowered immune system, allergies, tinnitus
Hormonal induced problems
Thyroid issues, menstruation problems, menopause, infertility
Eczema, psoriasis, acne, dry skin, itchy skin, hives
Hay fever, lactose intolerance, gluten intolerance etc.
SHORT INFORMATION ITEM
Below is an item from the RTL4 LifestyleXperience program broadcast on Saturday, June 8, 2013. It briefly shows what a mesological treatment entails.