About European Biological Medicine

Modern medicine has become a science of great complexity. Recent statistics confirm a growing health crisis, and that current approaches to complex medical issues have been unsuccessful, aiming for management of symptoms rather than comprehensive healing. With an ever-growing number of disease classifications and symptoms, treating on this basis seems to require thousands of medications and infinite combinations.

European Biological Medicine is a holistic form of medicine that has been used and refined for thousands of years by some of history’s greatest medical, scientific and philosophical masters. It is based on the approach of treating the patient – not the disease – by restoring and balancing one’s own healing mechanisms.

Many patients feel their health problems have dominated their lives, affecting work, relationships, and beyond. Relying solely on conventional methods does very little to address root causes, and typically does not lead to sustainable, long-term health. Unlike western medicine, which predominantly relies on a symptomatic approach to healing, Biological Medicine supports and enhances the body’s natural healing systems to do what they are meant to do – function optimally. This is accomplished by proper nutrition, cleansing the body of toxins, and restoration of the natural innate systemic regulation that all of us are born with. Biological medicine views disease and its symptoms as some sort of imbalance, toxicity or physiological disturbance which can be caused by a variety of factors, ranging from emotional issues to physical stressors to environmental toxicity. If the root cause of a particular ailment or disease is not addressed, then the body’s ability to attain and sustain complete health is extremely limited.

There have been many advancements and a plethora of research in the field of European biological medicine, including the work of Dr. Alfred Pischinger. In 1975, Dr. Pischinger, then Professor of Histology and Embryology at the University of Vienna, presented the results of a lifetime of research on the extracellular matrix which illustrated that the origins of health were not in the individual cells of the body, but within the connective tissue of the matrix. This understanding acts as a basic principle for all types of European biological medicine.

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Benefits of European Biological Medicine

Clinical experience has shown that European biological medicine may be used for a number of conditions and issues, and that the benefits include:

  • Provides therapeutic support to organs and systems of the body
  • Focuses on root causes of disease rather than symptom management
  • Improves function of body on three levels – biochemical, psycho-emotional, and informational
  • Ends symptoms and optimizes health by restoring the body to equilibrium
  • Stimulates organs of elimination for maximum detoxification
  • Gentle, safe and free of side-effects

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