Biological Medicine

Biological medicine

Biological medicine is an innovative approach to healthcare that aims to promote the body’s natural healing processes by integrating biological and biochemical knowledge and principles. This medical approach is based on the fundamental belief that the human body is a complex, interconnected system capable of self-regulation and healing when the natural functions are supported.

Biological medicine combines holistic structures and approaches from naturopathy, with a particular focus on activating the body’s self-healing abilities. The areas of application range from the treatment of chronic pain to preventative measures.

Here are some important features of Biological Medicine:

  1. Holistic approach: Biological medicine views the human being as a holistic being in which body, mind and environment are interconnected. Its aim is not only to treat symptoms, but also to understand and address the underlying causes of disease.
  2. Promotion of self-regulation: Biological medicine strives to strengthen the body’s own regulatory mechanisms. This is achieved through measures such as nutritional optimisation, detoxification and support of the intestines, the immune system and metabolism, and balancing of micro- and macronutrients.
  3. Individualised therapy: Therapy plans in biological medicine are individually tailored to each patient, taking into account genetic predispositions, lifestyle, environmental factors and personal preferences.
  4. Naturopathic methods: Often, biological medicine utilises naturopathic approaches such as phytotherapy, orthomolecular medicine (use of micronutrients in therapeutic doses), micro-immunotherapy, homeopathy, anthroposophic remedies, and others.
  5. Prevention and lifestyle: Special attention is paid to preventive measures and the promotion of a healthy lifestyle. This includes dietary recommendations, exercise therapy and stress management.
  6. Integration with conventional medicine: Biological medicine does not exclude the use of conventional medical approaches, but strives for integrative cooperation in order to achieve optimal results for the patient.

Dr. Karsten Ostermann

It is essential to emphasise that biological medicine is not seen as a replacement, but rather as a useful complement to conventional medicine. Collaboration with qualified and experienced medical specialists is crucial to ensure safe and effective application.

Dr. Karsten Ostermann

Further information

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