What are Traumeel Injections?
Traumeel injections are a non-cortisone treatment for musculoskeletal pain, and a safe alternative to both corticosteroids and NSAIDs. This homeopathic preparation is composed of natural botanical and mineral extracts, and can be administered through injections, tablets, drops, ointments, and gels.
In-season athletes frequently choose Traumeel as a follow-up to regenerative interventions, like PRP and stem cell therapy. By neutralizing inflammation, Traumeel speeds up recovery time, getting you back on the faster and with fewer side effects than conventional anti-inflammatories.
Trauleem: A Safe Alternative to NSAIDs and Steroids
A traumatic injury can cause lasting inflammation and pain, and reducing excessive inflammation can help your body to heal itself. But in some cases, conventional anti-inflammatories can be risky.
For example, steroid therapy has been known to contribute to an increased risk of spontaneous rupture in the Achilles tendon. High doses of NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), like ibuprofen and naproxen, have been linked to stomach ulcers and an increased risk of heart attack and stroke.
Traumeel is a safe combination of natural ingredients, which have been shown to reduce pain and inflammation, accelerate wound healing, and may decrease swelling (edema). Traumeel has been available over the counter in Austria and Germany for decades, and is now available in over 50 countries, including the U.S.
Traumeel Side Effects
Traumeel injections have no known adverse side effects, and no harmful drug interactions. This makes Traumeel a safer alternative to NSAIDs and steroid injections, and can be used in conjunction with other alternative or more conventional treatments.
What Injuries can Traumeel Treat?
Traumeel can help your body rebound more quickly from traumatic injuries, such as:
Neck sprain and neck strain.
Back sprain and back strain.
Meniscus tear (in combination with Zeel injection).
Traumeel can also be used as a supportive therapy for chronic pain and musculoskeletal inflammation, including cases of:
Lower back pain.