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Dr Damir A Shakambet MD, Fellow-BRCP, Fellow-BSBM

Dr D Shakambet

Born into a traditionally medical family, graduated as a medical doctor in 1984 and after working in hospitals and as a GP, he embarked on naturopathic education, incorporating into his practice of medicine: Acupuncture, Herbology, Nutrition, Homeopathy, Bioresonance, Hypnotherapy, Chiropractic and synthetic bodywork techniques, ultimately developing a multi-disciplinary, holistic approach that uses Western medicine with naturopathic diciplines bringing unique integrative model of Bioregulatory Medicine.

He is integrative physician for over thirty years and he has been seeing his patients in Biomedic Clinic in London, at 23 Manchester Street in London, that he co-founded with Dr Bosh back in 1995. His main objectives are to treat diseases by facilitating self-regulatory mechanisms and restoring negative psychological, structural, biochemical, and environmental influences on human health. His treatment includes modulating hormonal system and applying detoxifying protocols, including nutriceuticals and homeotherapeuticals.
Dr Shakambet's extensive experience in the bioregulatory medical paradigm has also led him towards formulating an authentic anti-ageing and aesthetic technique, referred to as Biofacelift, motivated by excessive use of aggressive conventional procedures.

Dr Shakambet's major field of interest became formulating bioregulatory medical principles and systems' interaction in clinical settings, in order to improve treatments of chronic and degenerative pathologies. He is a one of the founders of a new thinking towards early prevention and mutisystems treatment.

He is a chairman-founder of the International Society for Bioregulatory Medicine which runs specialisation programme in Bioregulatory medicine worldwide; co-established the Biomedic Foundation, a registered charity for medical research and education in Bioregulatory Medicine.

As a consultant in Bioregulatory Medicine, Dr Shakambet is at the forefront of developing academic programmes pointing towards the most efficacious direction of integration in medicine.
He is an editor of the British Homeopathic Formulary, which systematises bioregulating medicines, as a physicians' reference book.
Dr Shakambet presides over Specialist Board of the International Society for Bioregulatory Medicine, University lecturer in London, and he is a international speaker at medical conferences, member of academic boards (honorary member at Colegio Medico in Bolivia, honorary fellow of Institute for Complementary and Natural Medicine in the UK, fellow of the ISBM..).

Dr Shakambet speaks briefly about his treatment methodology

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Dr Tatyana Bosh MD, MBRCP, MRSPH, FISBM

Dr T Bosh

As a young physician practicing general medicine, Dr Bosh enrolled on a postgraduate study of pharmacology in 1985, which ironically precipitated her enthusiasm towards exploring drug-free medical possibilities. She consequently studied different Eastern and Western therapeutic methodologies, both ancient and contemporary, with aspirations to update Hippocratic medicine and align it with a new millennium understanding of quantum reality and systems theory. As she incorporated a variety of CAM therapies into her medical practice, including: Acupuncture, Herbology, Nutrition, Homoeopathy and Antihomotoxic therapy, Kinesiology, Iridology, Psychotherapy, Cranio-sacral therapy, Bioenergetics and a variety of Bodywork techniques - Dr Bosh found her prime fields of interest in Preventative, Regenerative and Psychosomatic medicine. In the attempt to integrate them under one unified system, she postulated principles of a Bioregulatory System of Healthcare in 1995 along with Dr Shakambet. Since then, Dr Bosh has devoted her professional life to the development and practice of Bioregulatory Medicine.

Driven by her research into the illness-formative process of psychosomatisation, and a desire to find a way to reverse the pathological process back towards health, Dr Bosh defined a condition of 'latent disease', and refers to it as Presomatic Syndrome. This helped her to define the nature of psychosomatisation and its opposing somatopsychic process, and to create a new therapeutic methodology, known as Bioregulatory Psychosomatic Bodywork.

In 1995 Dr Bosh co-established the Biomedic Centre, where she practices today; and co-founded the Biomedic Foundation, a registered medical charity for research and education in Bioregulatory Medicine. Dr Bosh was granted a lifetime membership to the Millennium Awards Fellowship in 2000, for her contribution to society in the treatment of Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Dr Bosh is medical director of the Biomedic Centre, director of clinical studies for the British Academy for Bioregulatory Medicine and president of the International Society for Bioregulatory Medicine. She is a member of the Royal Society for Public Health, a senior member of the British Register of Complementary Practitioners, an honorary member of Colegio Medico of La Paz, and honorary fellow of the International Society for Bioregulatory Medicine. Dr Bosh has spent over 25 years refining the bioregulatory medical approach in practice, and lecturing and promoting the concept of Bioregulatory Preventative and Regenerative Medicine worldwide.
                                                                                                                        

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Dr Isabelle Martineau, MD (Paris), MBSBM, LFHom

IsabelleDr Isabelle Martineau graduated as a medical doctor in Paris at the University of Pierre et Marie Curie in the Hospital Saint Antoine. She trained and qualified in the specialty of Endocrinology, metabolic diseases and nutrition. Over the past years Dr Isabelle Martineau decided to integrate naturopathic nutrition into her medical treatments.

While embarking on this more integrative approach she discovered Bioregulatory Medicine, practised in different countries such as the UK, Germany, Canada, Australia, Mexico; as well as the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM), originally started in the USA. These complementary approaches search for the underlying causes of symptoms rather than simply treating the symptoms alone. Instead of following a reductionist model which takes care of the symptoms, Bioregulatory Medicine and Functional Medicine utilise tools which go to the root cause of the illness to bring resolution to disease. Searching for the root cause does not only mean looking for physiological signs and chemicals or hormonal imbalances, but also taking into account one’s mental state and past psychological events as it affects PNEI (Psycho-Neuro-Endocrino-Immune system), which are strongly linked together.

Bioregulatory Medicine goes one step further as it also integrates: homeopathy, acupuncture, deep tissue massage and structural care - a concert of different therapeutic approaches playing in harmony to create a symphony of wellness. It inquires into the cellular level to restore homeostasis (biochemical equilibrium within the cells). It pays careful attention to for example, toxic overload; proposing detoxification of the gastro-intestinal system and the liver, in order to regenerate the tissues and boost the energy of systems. It allows us to modulate body response, in a more refined way, to any aggressions whether infectious or inflammatory. It therefore demands a more in-depth medical history for genetic susceptibility, biochemical disruption, stress accumulation, hormonal imbalance, toxicity overload, unresolved psychological issues and unhealthy lifestyle habits among which western diet often plays a big part. This has recently led to an increase of chronic states of inflammation in the body inducing the main 20th century illnesses such as cardio-vascular diseases, cancer, Diabesity (Diabetes type 2 induced by obesity), Metabolic Syndrome, skin issues, auto immune diseases, muscular and joint problems and associated pain, Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Many of these ‘dis-eases’ result from basic physiological homeostatic disruptions; as well as intestinal permeability (leaky gut) associated to an unhealthy microbiome of the gut. At the Biomedic Centre, medicine is performed with personalised care in a patient-centred way, where the doctor and patient form a team which empower the patient through education, awareness, consciousness of the body and mindfulness.

“Health is not about biological equations to be solved, it is about vibrant harmonies to be fully balanced, experienced and loved.” Dr Isabelle Martineau