Bioregulatory Medicine: An Innovative Holistic Approach to Self-Healing
Dr. Dickson Thom, DDS, ND
Dr. James Paul Maffitt Odell, OMD, ND, L.Ac.
Dr. Jeoffrey Drobot, NMD
Dr. Frank Pleus, MD, DDS, OMFS
Jess Higgins Kelley, MNT
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Bioregulatory medicine is a cutting edge and innovative medical model.
What you will learn in this book is that repairing and restoring our body’s natural biological processes is the only way to reverse and correct the deepest roots of disease patterns.
Half of all Americans are afflicted with some sort of chronic or degenerative illness: Heart disease, autoimmune disease, diabetes, neurological conditions, cancer—the list goes on. But the allopathic approaches used to treat these conditions clearly aren’t working: despite the fact that the United States spends the most on health care per person than 184 other countries, our health care system is ranked as the worst among the eleven developed nations. So what are we missing? In countries like Switzerland, Germany, India, China, Canada, and France—all ranking far higher than the U.S in healthcare—bioregulatory medicine is a household concept.
What is bioregulatory medicine? It is wholistic (with emphasis on the “whole”), in that it views the body as a living system—and a matrix of interconnectedness—physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. When the human body is functioning properly, it is a magnificent, self-regulating bio-system of mind, body, and spirit. The goal of bioregulatory medicine is to support, or restore, that
self-regulating state of well-being and self-healing.
To achieve this goal, bioregulatory medicine is committed to fostering balance and harmony between the individual’s outer environment and his or her internal environment with therapies that are aimed at assisting the body’s many autoregulatory systems to create a multiple dynamic equilibrium.
There are many factors that go into individualized evaluations of a patient’s health, including an assessment of environmental toxins, ecological terrain, lifestyle patterns and habits, social and professional influences, and genetics.
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