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 the drug-free medical approach. She consequently began studying 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 into one unified system. Working together with Dr Damir Shakambet, in 1995 they postulated principles of a Bioregulatory System of health care, since then devoting 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 of finding a way to reverse a pathological process back towards health, Dr Bosh defined a condition of ‘latent disease’, and refers to it as Presomatic Syndrome. This has helped her to define the nature of psychosomatisation and its opposing somatopsychic process, and create a new authentic therapeutic methodology, known as Bioregulatory Psychosomatic Bodywork. In 2000 Dr Bosh was granted a lifetime membership to the Millennium Awards Fellowship for her contribution to society in the treatment of Post-Traumatic-Stress-Disorder (PTSD).

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 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. 


Dr Damir A Shakambet MD, FBRCP, FBSBM 

Born into a traditionally medical family, Dr Damir A. Shakambet graduated as a medical doctor in 1984, at the age of 23. After working as a GP and in hospitals, he embarked on an exploration of numerous naturopathic disciplines. Since 1984 he has been incorporating into his practice of medicine: Acupuncture, Chinese Herbology, Nutrition, Homeopathy, Bioresonance Medicine, Hypnotherapy and Ericksonian Psychotherapy, Chiropractic techniques and synthetic bodywork based on Shiatsu, Lymphatic Drainage Massage, Bioenergetics and Postural Alignment, including Alexander Therapy. In the attempt to treat diseases by means of facilitating self-regulatory mechanisms, Dr Shakambet learned how to restore negative psychological, physiological, structural, postural, nutritional, bioenergetic and environmental influences on human health. Along that process he developed a uniquely individualised and holistic treatment methodology, which reactivates PNEI to realign psychosomatic correlations and regulate cellular signaling. While working jointly with Dr Bosh to develop the concept of Bioregulatory Medicine, his major field of interest became devising integrated bioregulatory protocol for treatments of chronic and degenerative pathologies. 

Dr Shakambet’s extensive experience in the bioregulatory medical paradigm also led him towards applying a similar approach in the field of Aesthetics. Motivated by excessive use of aggressive procedures such as Botox and plastic surgery, Dr Shakambet formulated his authentic anti-age and aesthetic technique, referred to as Biofacelift.

In 1995 Dr Shakambet co-established the Biomedic Centre  in central London, where he is still practicing today. He also co-established the Biomedic Foundation, a registered charity for medical research and education in Bioregulatory Medicine, and in 2007 Dr Shakambet published his first British Homoeopathic Formulary. 

Being an integrative bioregulatory physician, Dr Shakambet aims to bring together conventional allopathic medicine with naturopathic disciplines, and aspires to democratise medicine by introducing a more humanistic and drug-free approach into medical curricula worldwide. As a pioneer of Bioregulatory Medicine, he is at the forefront of developing academic programmes for teaching conventional doctors and CAM therapists how to most effectively apply bioregulatory health strategies. In doing so he is also demonstrating to allopathic doctors how to lead and professionally co-operate with the growing profession of alternative and complementary therapists, pointing towards the most efficacious direction of scientifically integrated medicine.

Dr Shakambet is the Executive Director of the Biomedic Foundation, Principal of the British Academy for Bioregulatory Medicine and Chairman of the International Society for Bioregulatory Medicine. Being a lecturer at Westminster University and various Acupuncture and Homoeopathic colleges in London, he became a prominent international speaker at medical conferences, and a member of various academic boards and committees worldwide. He is an Honorary Member of Colegio Medico of La Paz, Honorary Fellow of Institute for Complementary and Natural Medicine and an Honorary Fellow of the International Society for Bioregulatory Medicine.