After graduating medical school in 1999, Dr Mondejar has been in search for holistic medicine, and has completed numerous courses to bring personalised treatment to his integrative practice in New York. He studied Advanced Classical Homeopathy; specialised in Bioregulatory Medicine with first class honors, at the British Academy for Bioregulatory Medicine in London; he is a certified practitioner at the American College of Integrative Medicine and Dentistry and completed Mind-Body Medicine at Herbert Benson Institute at Harvard Medical School. Dr Mondejar is a fellow of Anti-Aging, Regenerative and Functional Medicine of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine; fellow of Integrative Cancer Therapy and carries a Honorary Fellowship of International Society for Bioregulatory Medicine.


Dr Silvia Bretschneider, MD, MBRCP, MBSBM

Dr Bretschneider graduated medical School in 1980. As a practicing GP, Silvia integrated a variety of naturopathic therapies into her clinical practice, holding diplomas in Acupuncture, Homoeopathy and Naturopathy from Xiamen and Milano Universities. Dr Bretschneider is a member of the Chinese Acupuncture Society, German and British Medical Acupuncture and Homotoxicological Societies and the International Society for Bioregulatory Medicine.


Dr Stephen Bourne, MRCGP, MBRCP

Family GP in a busy practice over many years, Dr Bourne integrated allopathic medicine with non-suppressive methodologies, such as Bioresonance or antihomotoxic treatments. His unique expertise in Bioresonance and Environmental Medicine made him an expert in bioregulatpory treatments for conditions such as IBS, ME, allergies or multiple Toxicitiy Syndromes. Dr Bourne lectures integrative Bioresonance and Clinical Electrophysiology at the British Academy for Bioregulatory Medicine.


Dr Tatyana Telnikoff, MD, MBRCP, MBSBM

Dr Tatyana Telnikoff was educated in traditional and alternative medicine in Russia, and awarded diplomas in Mesotherapy and Biopuncture in Italy and Belgium. She is a member of the Royal Society of Medicine, UK Society for Homotoxicology, Association of Natural Medicines and British Society for Bioregulatory Medicine. Being an expert in Aesthetic Mesotherapy, Dr Telnikoff lectures Aesthetic Bioregulation at the British Academy for Bioregulatory Medicine


Dr Shangara Lal MBBS, PhD, MBSBM

Dr Lal comes from a hospital setting bringing broad clinical experience and a background in high-level research. His specialties include Clinical Immunology, Molecular Pathology and Quantum Biophysics. His major aspiration is to redefine the balance between palliative and curative medicine through a bioregulatory approach and to integrate allopathic and alternative methods. Dr Lal lectures an integrative approach to Immunology at the British Academy for Bioregulatory Medicine.


Dr Margaret Lee, MD, MBRCP, MBSBM

Dr Lee was trained as a Medical Doctor in the UK. Her first medical post was working with leprosy patients in Adelaide, while working in pharmaceutical research. Dr Lee is additionally trained in Psionic medicine, Homeopathy and a wide range of complementary disciplines, and graduated at the British Academy for Bioregulatory Medicine in 2012. She is a member of the British Register of Complementary Practitioners and British Society for Bioregulatory Medicine.


Dr Laurence Bridot (Docteur Pharmacology, France), MBRCP

Dr Bridot is trained as a Doctor in Pharmacy, and holds an additional qualification in Bioregulatory Medicine. She has specialised in the field of Bioresonance medicine and metabolic balancing, while also being involved in integrative coaching in the business environment; where her integrated approach mainly focuses on psychosomatic issues, weight management and bioregulatory aesthetic medicine. Dr Bridot is a member of the British Register of Complementary Practitioners.


Dr Natalie Tobert, PhD (Anthropology)

Dr Tobert is a medical anthropologist. Director of the educational programme: Medicine Beyond Materialism; Dr Tobert has run courses for medical students at Barts and the London Centre of Excellence in Teaching and Learning, and Brighton and Sussex Medical School. She has been guest lecturer at the Goodmayes, Cygnet, Royal London and Northwick Park hospitals, as well as at the University College of London and Glasgow University. Natalie has run workshops worldwide and conducted fieldwork in India on bio-medical, religious and spiritual strategies for mental health. She has also conducted ethnographic research in Sudan, and in the UK, with the Somali community in London. Dr Tobert has published over 70 articles and three books, and in her latest book ‘Spiritual Psychiatries’ provides important insights into ways how mental health services in the west may be improved.


Dr Damir A Shakambet MD, FBRCP, FISBM 

Co-founder of the Biomedic Centre, Executive Director of Biomedic Foundation, Principal of the British Academy for Bioregulatory Medicine, Chairman of the International Society for Bioregulatory Medicine, international speaker and university lecturer - Dr Damir Shakambet is an Honorary Member of Colegio Medico of La Paz, Bolivia, Honorary Fellow of Institute for Complementary and Natural Medicine UK, and an Honorary Fellow of the International Society for Bioregulatory Medicine. His particular field of expertise is in the bioregulatory treatment of chronic and degenerative conditions.



Dr. Tatyana Bosh is a pioneer of Bioregulatory Medicine, Co-founder of the Biomedic Centre and Foundation, Fellow Member of the International Society for Bioregulatory Medicine. Dr Bosh carries a Millenium Awards Fellowship and is an international speaker. Her particular expertise is in bioregulatory treatment of dysfunctional and psychosomatic conditions.