What is Bioregulatory Medicine?
Bioregulatory Medicine, also referred to as Integrated Medicine (IM) is a drug free process-orientated therapy, where your principle practitioner is a registered nurse with expertise in alternative & complementary medicine.
Illness-orientated conventional medicine is strongly challenged by increasing demands of health - centred medical approach. To improve health we need a new system of genuine health care, which is therapeutically effective, scientifically sound and financially viable. Integrated Bioregulatory Medicine is born out of that challenge and preserves the innovative spirit and vitality that has always characterised the Art of Medicine, using different treatments and complex homeopathic remedies to bring the body back into its health balance.
Integrated Medicine (IM) is a proven technique for successfully treating chronic disease and illness by facilitating your body's own healing processes. IM reverses the development of a disease by effectively 'peeling back' and then healing the successive layers of underlying illness, the collective cause of disease, which can even include suppressed illness and trauma from childhood. IM treats your whole being, not just your symptoms.
What can I expect?
The Bioregulatory Therapeutic Process starts with the Biomedic evaluation. This includes your medical history and conventional medical check -up where necessary, and a detailed history of psychological development, emotional issues and stress management. Nutritional and lifestyle analysis follow, often in conjunction with laboratory analysis & Bioresonance Screening Tests for nutritional deficiencies, sensitivities and environmental toxicities.
Thereafter, your body is given support prior to the vital stage of detoxification. Complex homeopathic medicines are then used to clear toxins from the connective tissue, known as the matrix. IM can effectively heal each layer of disease through a comprehensive course of treatments with the aid of supplements and remedies at different stages of the process.
Treatment and Recovery
The patient comes first: by participating and facilitating in their recovery, they are in the driving seat, putting them back in charge of their own health.
Integrated Medicine incorporates a broad range of conventional and complementary therapies. These therapies are aimed at restoring and facilitating the physical, psychological, nutritional, bioenergetic and environmental aspects of the individual's health condition..
The purpose of the initial two treatments is to establish your individual status of constitutional and acquired health weaknesses and formation of a Health Plan. The follow up treatments aim to bioregulate all existing health imbalances.
"The healthy scientific paradigm promotes integration."
- Dr Damir Shakambet