Biological Medicine is the science, practice, and art of healing as a fundamental form of medicine, applicable to each human body, regardless of the illness. Biomedicine has a simple objective: identify the source of disorders, imbalances, and weaknesses in the human regulatory system and heal the whole body. We don’t use Band Aids.
Biological Medicine is not a new age philosophy, but one that has been used and refined for thousands of years. Its very foundation is based on physiology and the body’s natural processes, down to the cellular level. However, as times have changed and with the advancement in technology, so has the healing modalities of biological medicine and the impacts that new technology may have on the human body.
The integration of many healing arts and the variety of combinations leaves the door open for the full restoration of an individual’s physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health. These practices include but are not limited to Naturopathic medicine, Conventional Western medicine, Integrative Medicine, Traditional Chinese medicine & Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Orthomolecular medicine, Nutrition, Ayurvedic medicine, Reiki, Physiotherapy, Homeopathy, Herbalism, Toxicology, traditional detoxification protocols, lymphatic drainage, electromagnetic therapy, low level laser therapy, therapeutic massage, neuromuscular therapy, mind-body connection, neuro-programming, hydrotherapy, and biofeedback & technological therapies.
Through a combination of these healing arts, we may be able to identify dysfunctions in the biological processes of the body and assist the body in restoring itself. Once the therapies are applied, the body will no longer need to express itself with the discomfort of “symptoms”. The common formula in modern medicine is to look at a particular symptom and treat the symptom as an entity in and of itself, rather than the person as a whole. Biological medicine, through considering one’s diagnosis, has the main objective of comprehensively looking into an individual’s social environment to identify the cause of a particular illness. This concept goes beyond the germ theory as the root cause of any illness. It is about the human terrain and the body’s inability to fight off a particular pathogen or cancer cell on its own. The way nature intended.
It is integral for a practitioner who practices biological medicine to have a full understanding of the above sciences and the ability to combine these modalities in order to have the most comprehensive treatment options available for the patient. With this said, the individual practicing biological medicine needs not be a specialist in one area of the human body, but a specialist in all areas of the human body and condition. This not only takes a very scientific mind, but also a naturally gifted intuitive to be the type of doctor that biological medicine demands.