regenerative diagnostic assessment
Bioregulatory Medicine aims to identify all factors that impair patients' week self-regulatory mechanisms, in order to enhance the biological vitality of their cellular and organ systems.
Although regenerative bioregulation relies on allopathic diagnosis, biological systems criteria are equally essential for overall diagnosis. Regenerative diagnostics starts by taking a conventional medical history and assessment, in addition to psychological, postural, and structural evaluation. Additional analysis of nutritional deficiencies and toxicities, identification of energetic and environmental health disruptors and evaluation of autoregulatory capacities of hormonal and neural informational blocks that creates unique diagnosis for each patient.
bioregulatory medical protocol
Regenerative bioregulation is a therapeutic process, devised to match a variety of health conditions, within the context of the uniqueness of one's bio-individuality. Each therapeutic protocol counteracts cumulative toxicities, known as a health disruptor by therapeutic process that prompts efficient allostatic functions. In a nutshell, each protocol is devised according to patients' very specific patterns of weak bioregulations.
Regenerative therapy aims to re-energise, re-hydrate, re-mineralise, detoxify, restore specific structural resistances and provide psychotherapeutic support and guidance for resolution of inner conflicts. The protocols, therefore, work on spiritual blocks, and psychological and emotional unresolved events, down towards lower systems of the 'biological terrain' (tissue oxygenation, pH status, or quality of the microbiome).