Mesology is a form of medicine in which regular medicine is integrated with complementary (alternative) medicine. An individual approach that can provide insight into many (chronic) complaints.
Mesology at Yoga Spot
Trinette van Geel is the Mesologist at Yoga Spot.
Consultation: 75 min
Price: EUR 80,-
A consultation will often be partially reimbursed by your health insurer if you are insured for alternative medicine.
Contact us for an explanation, advice or appointment. By phone: 06-27 262610
What is Mesology?
Mesology is a form of medicine in which regular knowledge is effectively integrated with knowledge from complementary (alternative) and oriental medicine, in both diagnostics and the treatment of particularly chronic conditions. It is also directed at the individual approach of the patient and on the self-healing power of the organism.
What can Mesology mean to you or your child?
The Mesologist is trained in:
• Western medicine (anatomy, physiology and pathology)
• Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda (Philosophy, Diagnostics and Nutrition)
• Homeopathy, Herbal Sciences and Orthomolecular Medicine (Vitamin and Mineral Therapy)
• Electrophysiological Diagnostics (diagnostic measurement)
• Philosophy and Psychology
Patients who visit a Mesologist often suffer from chronic conditions such as:
• Muscle and joint pain
• Gastrointestinal disorders
• Headache, Migraine
• Menopausal complaints
• Skin problems, Eczema
The method of a Mesologist
The Mesologist looks at the whole patient and tries to understand him/her in his/her existence and environment. The healing process starts from here. If you have made an appointment with a Mesologist, you will first receive a questionnaire wherein the Mesologist asks about your complaints and your medical history. Then the mesological study begins. For example, it may look like this:
• Body examination, such as joints, skin and abdominal organs.
• Pulse and tongue diagnostics following traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurveda.
• Electrophysiological Diagnostics. The Mesologist measures 80 to 100 points, mainly on the hands & feet.
• Sometimes the Mesologist completes this study with measurements of minerals, hormones, enzymes and other substances.
Following on from this will be a choice of remedies. The Mesologist will explain why she chooses a particular remedy. She will check the remedy with the help of Electrophysiological Diagnostics. The results of the study are then discussed with you, after which the Mesologist will make a proposal for a therapy plan in which she will indicate which type of medicine she advises (homeopathy, herbs, orthomolecular treatments) and can provide nutritional advice. It is also possible that the Mesologist will recommend a particular lifestyle. If necessary, she will advise you to contact a regular doctor, specialist, homeopath or osteopath. After 6 to 10 weeks, there will be a follow-up consultation.