About the BioMed Network
SHARING KNOWLEDGE. BUILDING HEALTH.
Since 1997, The BioMed Network has been working to advance the understanding and acceptance of bioregulatory medicine, a new perspective on health care, one that focuses on fostering wellness rather than suppressing symptoms. This approach uses a wide variety of innovative techniques to restore the body’s immune system, cultivating full health in body, mind, and spirit.
Over the past twenty years, we have worked to advance the understanding and availability of Bioregulatory Medicine for patients, doctors, and other health practitioners through:
- Education (lectures, seminars, and online resources).
- Clinic Access (patient information, scholarships, and referrals).
- Networking among holistic health providers.
We are grateful to our growing network of Bioregulatory Medicine Health Providers and the expanding ranks of conventional and unconventional healthcare providers who are experimenting with new approaches to health and wellness that may someday gain broad acceptance. Many thanks to all our amazing sponsors who contribute their energy, knowledge and support to the BioMed Network.
ABOUT BIOREGULATORY MEDICINE
Bioregulatory Medicine is a comprehensive and holistic approach to health and healing. It is a sophisticated synthesis of the very best of modern western medicine and natural, alternative healing traditions. Bioregulatory medicine incorporates many of the great healing modalities of the world, such as, homeopathy, naturopathy, Chinese medicine, and ayurvedic practice, amongst many others.
Bioregulatory Medicine works with the biology of the body and its natural healing capabilities as well as the spiritual, emotional and physical aspects of disease. “Dis-ease” means that the body’s regulation is not working properly and needs to be brought back into its natural dynamic state where the immune system is in full regulation. Bioregulatory Medicine approaches look for the underlying factors causing a person to present with a certain illness. These root causes may consist of several factors that have built up over time and the goal of Bioregulatory Medicine is to bring the patient back to a balanced state of well being.
Underlying disease factors
exposure to bacteria or viruses
Jane K. Dolan
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Marion, MA 02738
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