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Bioregulatory medicine is a comprehensive and wholistic approach to health, which advocates the use of natural healing methods to support and restore the body’s intrinsic self-regulating, self-healing mechanisms. Bioregulation literally means the regulation of biological processes (with the Greek word bios meaning life).

Bioregulatory medicine promotes disease prevention, and early intervention of illness through non-toxic approaches. It employs the use of non-invasive diagnostic aids that view not only structural imbalances, but also functional, regulatory, energetic, and psycho-emotional conditions present in the patient.






those natural methods that support the natural attempts of the body to heal itself

- Josef Schier, MD (1941)

Bioregulatory medicine also acknowledges the role of the mind in disease and healing and promotes the evidence-based science of mind-body medicine - integrating individual clinical expertise with the best available external clinical evidence, gained from global, systematic research.

Bioregulatory medicine keeps pace with the constant technological advancements of our modern world, and continually incorporates the most up-to-date and hi-tech
diagnostic and therapeutic services the world has to offer.

In short, bioregulatory medicine is a sophisticated synthesis of the very best of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM).

In this BRMI webinar, Kelly Kennedy eloquently walks us through Bioregulatory Medicine - from what it is to how and why it differs from other paradigms.


Bioregulatory medicine may be divided into the following main groups, according to their respective methodological approaches. The following list (simply presented in alphabetical order) is by no means a complete account of all bioregulatory medicine fields of practice, but may help to describe those most commonly used.

How to Decide What Form of Medicine Is Best for You - Dr. Stephen Cabral - podcast 1313

BRMI Advisor Dr. Stephen Cabral discussing the different forms of bioregulatory medicine on his free, daily podcast, The Cabral Concept.

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