How European Biological Medicine Works
Biological medicine consists of many different therapies that are based on a simple philosophy: if biological processes are corrected within the body and the proper function of organs is restored, the body will naturally heal itself.
Many of the problems that modern medicine faces are based on the truth that treating on a symptomatic basis can be complex. The ICD-10 (International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems 10th Revision) currently has several hundreds of codes for symptoms, abnormal findings, complaints, and ill-defined conditions. With more and more medications that work directly on a single symptom, the treatment of multi-faceted, multi-symptomatic conditions has become very complex.
Much of medicine has become obsessed with alleviating symptoms, and success in the conventional medical arena is defined as the relief of symptoms. Yet a new notion among many in the medical community is challenging this current model. A new approach focusing on regulation and restoration of the systems and organs of the body, rather than management and suppression of symptoms that are often associated with disease and illness is now gaining steam.
By targeting systems and organs where underlying dysfunctions first occur, rather than surface-level individual symptoms, practitioners, and patients find greater long-term results with a systemic approach to healing. This simplified manner of treatment not only then regulates and restores the proper functioning of systems/organs of the body but simultaneously relieves symptoms that are exhibiting because of underlying causative dysfunctions. Although this process may take a longer amount of time, it is exponentially more advantageous when compared to the alternative of life-long maintenance of symptoms without ever addressing root cause dysfunctions.
As Dr. Alfred Pischinger proved, the matrix is crucial to health and disease because it supports everything – it brings nutrition, oxygen, hormones, and other vital substances to the tissues and removes excretion products and toxins. Biological medicine focuses on uncovering the blockages on a cellular level that allow the body to regulate itself. The blockages are the underlying causes of illnesses. Every symptom is a sign of deep-rooted systemic dysfunction and symptoms that may not seem connected often stem from the same underlying issue. For example, fibrocystic or dense breasts and migraines can have the commonality of liver detoxification insufficiencies.
Some of the key aspects of biological medicine include cleansing and detoxifying the body, building digestive strength through the intestines and GI tract, strengthening the immune system, and generally focusing on systemic dysfunction rather than symptomatic.
Biological medicine utilizes multiple forms of therapies to treat the patient, some of which include:
- Infusions – mostly for alkalizing and nutrient building
- Neural Therapy – uses injections and formulations to regulate function of the organs
- Isopathy – Also known as pleomorphism, this is the application of Enderlein’s work
- Anthroposophic Medicine – Understanding the biological and circadian rhythms of the body and organs
- Spagyric Medicines – Simultaneous therapeutic action on three lives of body
- Homeopathy – bringing harmony to the system
- Homotoxicology – to reverse disease and draining organs of all toxins
- Orthomolecular Medicine – nutrients for health
- Herbal Therapies – age-old practices of utilizing herbs and plants to heal
- Biopuncture / Acupuncture
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