Bioregulatory Medicine Explained

Bioregulatory Medicine is an integrative and advanced form of Complimentary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) which aims at initiating and sustaining healing. Bioregulatory Medicine involves an interdisciplinary approach to medicine that integrates ancient healing wisdom with contemporary medical science. The result is a comprehensive, human and modern form of Integral Health System, which can complement existing medical approaches.

Bioregulatory Medicine takes into consideration techniques that can induce a self-regulatory reaction in our innate healing mechanisms. Bioregulatory Medicine attempts to influence the body indirectly, using medicinal stimulants, so that the body’s own regulatory process can restore the disruptive functions back to normal, with minimal side effects, and therefore encourage healing and health.
Bioregulatory Medicine is not a new fad that has suddenly appeared on the scene, but an evolution of scientific investigation focused on natural healing techniques. It represents a marriage between the natural healing mechanisms of the body and the medicines and techniques that all health care professionals seek to optimize.

Any therapy or therapeutic approach that encourages the body’s homeostasis and self-regulatory mechanisms to work again and/or work better is a bioregulatory medical approach.

Although micro-dosing therapy is usually associated with classical homeopathy, there has been an introduction of many forms of micro-dosing approaches. The range of remedies are the result of the nineteenth century classical homoeopathy teachings of Dr Hahnemann (1755-1843), followed by a medical model of Dr Reckeweg (1905-1985) who had established the principles of the anti-homotoxic prescription to the advancements of Dr. Enderlein (1872 – 1968) who promoted the concept of pleomorphism and use of dark field microscopy. More recently a contemporary generation of medical practitioners have further advanced these homoeopathic traditions, by adding rebalancing bioactive molecules such as cytokine and interleukins.

As classical homeopathy has adapted to our modern world and has evolved into complex and modern homeopathy practitioners now have access to a diverse range of bioregulatory approaches from the classical therapy system (single homeopathics, tissue salts, gemmotherapy, flowers and tree essences) to the more complex preparations (Sanum Isopathic Medicine, Anti-homotoxic Medicine, Physiological Regulating Medicine and others).

The following quotation is paraphrased from What is Homotoxicology All About? and article by Professor (Dr med) Michael F. Kirkman:

“Classical medicine, conventional or allopathic medicine, seeks to influence the chemical processes of our body with chemical substances in order to block or transform the processes which cause illness, which is often reflected in the patient suddenly feeling better, but with the risk of side effects/iatrogenic states. Bioregulatory Medicine attempts to influence the body obliquely, using medicinal stimulants, so that the body’s own regulatory process put it into a position, or back into a position where they can restore the disruptive functions back to normal, with minimal side effects, and hence induce healing and health.”

Source : Canadian Society of Bioregulatory Medicine