Principles of the Bioregulatory Medicine



system biology medicine



British Academy for Bioregulatory Medicine

Dr Damir A Shakambet M.D.
Biomedic Centre ®
23 Manchester Street
London W1U 4DJ

tel +44 - 207 935 6866

Introduction to Bioregulatory Medicine •Prevalence of Degenerative and Malignant Diseases •Allopathic treatment based on biochemical or mechanistic approach •Poor success for complex diseases •Need for new treatment .

Introduction to Bioregulatory Medicine .

Introduction to Bioregulatory Medicine .

What are solutions?    Personalised Preventative/predictive System Biology – – – Multifactorial Balancing Self healing potential .

Introduction to Bioregulatory Medicine Dynamic Health Model S T A T I C MODEL Suppressive disease stage treatment Degenerative Chronic Acute Presomatic Non-suppressive Bioregulatory reversal DYNAMIC MODEL Malignant .

Introduction to Bioregulatory Medicine Scientific Paradigm Shift 1. Decreased incidence of chronic and malignant diseases Current Medical Model New Medical Model © . Empiricism (Aristotle) and Linear paradigm of cause-effect (Descartes) 1.multifactorial causes Integrative and Holistic treatment 2. Increased incidence of chronic and malignant diseases 4. Singular Aetiological factor determines Treatment 2. Palliative treatment 3. System Biology . Causative and Preventative treatment 4. Multi-causal treatment of supporting Homeostasis 3.

Introduction to Bioregulatory Medicine Dynamic Model of Health Old Static model New Dynamic model Disease orientated model Health orientated model Waiting for symptoms Early presomatic signs Diagnosis-fixed. criteria based Diagnosis-flexible and personalised search for dysregulation Prolong life and palliative treatment Reversal of Chronic disease and causal treatment .

favouring integration rather than reduction.Biological Complex Systems System Biology and Bio informatics "Systems biology is putting together rather than taking apart. It means changing our philosophy. in the full sense of the term" Denis Noble .

universe environment environme nt e so ry INFORMATIONAL human organism nc Se n Sy st a on es or Bi em Bi ol og y Biological Complex Systems PATHWAYS PNEI GRS Biomolecules © .

Biological Complex Systems Bertalanffy Prigogine General System Theory • Biological open systems • Group of objects that work in concert produce some result • System as a set of independent and interacting parts. Balance of exploitation and exploration . Karl Ludwig von Bertalanffy 1901-1972 Self-organisation • • • Ilya Prigogine 1917-2003 Multiple interactions of the system Organisation is spontaneous as attempt to go to equilibrium as a form of resonance.

Biological Complex Systems Wiener Systems Biology .

and Homeostasis Time and space medicine Vertical Principles of Bioregulation Horizontal .

Disease levels ‘space medicine’ Principles of Bioregulation and Homeostasis H E A L T H Emotional / Bioenergetic Humoral BIOLOGICAL DIVISION R E G R E S S I V E P R O G R E S S I V E Biochemical Intercellular (Matrix) DISEASE Cellular .

Principles of Bioregulation and Homeostasis Chronology of Disease ‘time medicine’ horizontal axis-time .

Principles of Bioregulation and Homeostasis Homeostatic failure “Dis-ease” .

Bioelectromagnetism and Human Electrophysiology Bioinformation .

Psycho-neuro-immune Systems Ground regulating Systems System interrelationship .

Homeotherapeuticals Bioinformatics and DNA .PNEI Control PNEI ENVIRONMENT Nerve Biological Connective Pathways molecules fibres Transducing Cell Epigenetic DNA regulating proteins DNA PNEI Signalling GRS receptors .

Principles of Bioregulation and Homeostasis External&internal environment system control External environment DNA PNEI GRS Internal environment Environment is your external metabolism Dr Max Gerson .

Biological terrain and Clinical Ecology Biological terrain and Clinical Ecology .

Biological terrain and Clinical Ecology Oxidative stress Augmented enzymes that produce radicals Trauma Heat Infection Toxins Geopatic Tissue lesion Phagocytosis Inflammation (Activation of the phospholipases. myoglobin) Interruption of electron transport . cyclooxygenases y lypooxygenases) Destruction of the antioxidants Release of metals and proteins (hemoglobin.

.Rehydration dehydration The most common symptoms of chronic dehydration: 1 Fatigue 2 Constipation 3 Digestive Disorders 4 Gastritis and Peptic Ulcers 5 Low Blood Pressure 6 Respiratory Troubles 7 Excess Weight and Obesity 8 Dry Skin and Eczema 9 Anxiety 10 Mood Swings 11 Low Immunity 12 Frequent Inflammations 13 Cholesterol Increase 14 Premature Aging 15 Acid-alkaline Imbalance 16 Cystitis 17 Congestion and Fluid Retention 18 etc.. .

Mg. K. plasma proteins. atheromas KHCO NAHCO gout.pH=7. rheumatism 3 3 alkaline mineral pH=7. cholesterol phosphate buffers osteophytes. 6 .3 Ca. 4 kidney stones..Biological terrain Tissue Acidity and Clinical Ecology Increased Tissue Acidity Increased acid production Diminished acid elimination phosphate. sulphuric acid sulphates low haemoglobin. gall bladder stones.

Bioregulatory Detoxification .

Detoxification Detoxification cellular detoxification •LIVER G BLADDER •MUCOSAS •skin environment capillary y lymphatic detoxification excretion matrix detoxification •KIDNEYS .

Biological terrain and Clinical Ecology Bioregulatory Microbiome treatment "La bactérie n'est rien. C'est le terrain qui fait tout" L Pasteur .

Structural Bioregulatory treatment .

Psycho-vegetative treatment .

Summary .

The End .