Bioregulatory Medicine

What is Bioregulatory Medicine?


Bioregulatory medicine is a form of contemporary Hippocratic Medicine, which acknowledges intrinsic capacity for self-healing, referred to by Hippocrates as “Vis Medicatrix Naturae”. The therapy is based on a non-linear approach to health, examining physiology as an open biological system in the context of multifactorial disruptors of Homeostasis from both, the inner and outer environments.   

Bioregulatory medicine establishes an information flow and preconditions needed for a genetically programmed Homeostasis organisation. The therapy provides deficient micro-nutrients, detoxifies the body and administers minute dosages of complex Homeopathic remedies, in order to restore disrupted homeostasis. Bio-regulatory medicine regulates imbalance at psycho-neuro-immuno-endocrine levels, structural and psychological mechanisms and rectifies nutritional and environmental  toxicity. It also removes  environmental and internally generated toxins.

Bioregulatory medicine builds up the factors of Health by employing gentle and repeated therapeutic stimuli. The cumulative effect of subtle and persistent therapeutic stimulation creates a gradual improvement of health in chronologically reversed steps of a disease process. Inducing homeostatic responses, such as inflammation, are  of a greater therapeutic relevance then employing a prompt palliative measure for symptom release.

How Does Bioregulatory Medicine Work?


Bioregulatory Medicine flavors a multifactorial approach that correlates with biological open systems to follow an open flow of bio-information within human psycho-physiological networks. Its primary objective is activation or regulation of self-corrective homeostatic mechanisms, within their dynamic interplay known as allostasis.  The bioregulatory therapeutic approach focuses on identifying and counteracting the effect of various disruptors of physiological network systems, such as endocrine disruptors and health risk factors, in order to facilitate patients’ inherent ability for self-healing.

Bioregulatory Medicine as a biological systems therapy; Bioregulatory systems-oriented medical treatment is principally based on the regulation of the flow of information between human biological systems and the external environment.  Bioregulatory medical treatment is based on taking a detailed conventional medical history, in addition to psychological evaluation, structural assessment, and analysis of nutritional deficiencies, toxicities and patients’ auto-regulatory capacities. The essential part of the assessment is an identification of factors of health disruption specific for each patient; such as postural, structural, psychological, nutritional or environmental risk factors, where the treatment is devised to therapeutically counteract their homo-toxic impact.

Benefits of Bioregulatory Medicine


The treatment is a therapeutic process that aims to re-hydrate, re-mineralize, detoxify, re-energize, restore a patient’s specific structural resistances and postural misalignment's, and provide psycho-therapeutic support and guidance necessary for resolutions of inner conflicts and for personal development. Bioregulatory Medicine avoids therapeutic over-emphasis on techno-pharmacology believing that it divides physicians from their patients and replaces human communication with technical jargon. Instead, the accent is on the quality of therapeutic rapport that empowers patients towards quality of self-care, as it is considered to be a foundation of health-economics. The emphasis on psycho-therapeutic patient management also aims to harness the potential of positive perception that may initiate healing.

Therapeutic alteration of a patient’s faulty habitual psychological framework is associated with enhanced function of neural and informational pathways and networks, and consequent improvement of signal transduction, pointing towards the importance of ‘psychological hygiene’ for maintenance of health. Our experience from bioregulatory clinical practice suggests that the healing power of positive perception and the placebo effect is considerably increased when therapeutically enhanced, compared to their relatively accidental manifestations and poor utilization within a mechanistic model of contemporary medicine.  

We use integrated bioregulatory psychosomatic bodywork for assessment and manual regulation of general somatic resistances, including:

  • Skeletal misalignment's
  • Restricted mobility of joints
  • Muscular spasms (for example muscular hypertonicity, neural entrapment's, fascial restrictions, spasms of visceral organs or stagnation of fluid systems, e.g. lymphatic drainage).

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Bioregulatory Medicine also integrates the teaching of Dr Wilhelm Reich and his followers, who believed that structural resistances are the somatic equivalent of unprocessed traumatic experiences. According to Reich: ‘... a negative attitude toward life acquires a pleasure anxiety, which is physiologically anchored in chronic muscular spasm …’ (1989); hence, psychosomatic bodywork is also used to initiate and support psycho-therapeutic resolutions of unprocessed conflict and traumas.

The nutritional aspect of bioregulation is primarily based on health education and specific dietary guidance. There are already many scientifically justified facts on how nutritional deficiencies impair the homeostatic equilibrium, and on how free radicals cause cellular damage that help devising supplementation protocols,  where evaluation of nutritional deficiencies, environmental toxicities and oxidation state are based on clinical assessment and laboratory analyses in addition to bio-resonance screening.

``If someone asks you for good health; one must first ask oneself,

if he or she is ready to do away with the reasons for his illness.  

Only then, is it possible to help him"

Hippocrates

 

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