A postgraduate specialisation course in Bioregulatory Medicine consists of seven modules presented online by recorded lectures. Each module has ten lectures with slides that you can download.
The specialisation course could be taken in your chosen order, and you can book a specific modules from Modular Programme. In order to become board registered you need to complete all modules before taking specialist exam and completeting course work with your allocated tutor. You can enroll to entire course or individual module on this course registration page.
Systems Biology and Homeostasis
The Module One teaches a foundation of Homeostasis and a Systems Biology. It provides a foundation for the Bioregulatory medical concept and discerns all multifactorial aetiology and principles of systems regulation.
The principles of bioregulation are based on two levels of the biological systems and are grouped into Higher Systems of control or PNEI (psycho-neuro-immuno-endocrine), and Lower Cellular systems of a GRS (ground regulatory systems).
Lower Systems of Bioregulation - GRS
One of the precondition to systems interaction (normofunction) is unimpeded informational signalling via biologically active molecules and neural or matrix signalling within the cellular and intercellular pool also known as a Ground Regulatory systems.
Detoxification of cellular or tissue levels is a process of removing any metabolic or environmental debris that disrupts signaling betwen systems, which is a vital precondition for normofunction.
Higher Systems of Bioregulation - PNEI
This Module explores higher biological systems involved in pathogenesis as a result of Bioregulatory disruption within the Psycho-neuro-immuno- endocrine systems.
Higher systems are related to Self-awareness that may slow down personal growth and Psychosomatisation, affecting hormonal and immune systems. Endocrine and Immune systems disruption are analysed into its homronal and immune homoestatic pathways and their interaction with lower subsystems. This lays foundation for clinical topics and Bioregulatory therapeutical principles in further modules.
Bioregulatory medicine in Dysfunctional disease phase
Disease is a dynamic process of gradual bioregulatory dysregulation that leads to a pathogenesis in a step-like fashion. Each phase is characterised with a more complex dysregulation.
Presomatic phase also known as a Dysfunctional phase is a first and often self-corrected spontaneously ("vis medicatrix naturae"); if left dysfunctional, it may lead to the next Inflammatory phase, as a corrective self-regulating systems falters.
Bioregulatory medicine in Inflammatory disease phase
This module is a clinical view into inflammatory diseases in respect to blocked inflammatory process according to disease progression table. We are looking into modulating anti and pro inflamatory factors and a therapy based on regulation of inflammation.
Chronic inflammation is a step further in blocked homeostasis and this module is devising a clinical protocols of anti-inflammatory nature and regressing disease process back to its earlier stages of development.
We are looking into all aspects of Inflammatory process since it is one of the most important homeostatic regulation and if not corrected may precipitate further disease progression.
Bioregulatory medicine in Degenerative disease phase
The degenerative Bioregulatory protocols are based on a complex stimulation of innate regenerative capacity, detoxifications and immune regulation as a multi system approach to degenerative condition.
This phase of disease developmet requires highly individualised diagnosis of bioregulatory nature and syllabus is enabling participants to 'think and act' through multifactorial algorithm in order to create individualised protocols.
Bioregulatory medicine in Malignant (Dedifferentiation) disease phase
Dedifferentiation which also include carcinogenesis, is a phase of a disease which is according to Bioregulatory principles, the final and the most dysregulated stage of a Disease progression.
Because of the involvement of immune system, high level of toxicity and generalised systems network failure, this module syllabus contains entire network system regulation.