The Biomedic Clinic is a medical centre for Bioregulatory Medicine founded in 1994 by Dr. Damir A Shakambet, MD, and Dr. Tatyana Bosh, MD.
The Clinic has been pioneering systems biology approach to medicine and over the past decades has treated thousands of patients from its founding days. The integration in medicine was prompted by Dr. Shakambet who was a lecturer at Westminster University at its first BSc course in Integrative Medicine.
Our doctors developed main principles which are extensively practiced in the Biomedic clinic, on the same founding premises in Marylebone, London. Specialists in Bioregulatory Medicine, a drug-free Bioregulatory System of Healthcare, we provide additional possibilities in treatment, as an additional therapeutical modality, which can be combined with a conventional approach, thus increasing its effectiveness.
It provides regenerative, preventative, and aesthetic bioregulatory treatment.
Bioregulatory medical doctors will be looking into bioregulation or homeostasis and create a protocol in order to support affected physiological systems. The treatment starts with the balancing basic biological systems and it is refined along the course by regulating higher systems involved, such as hormonal, immune or psycho-emotional ones.
The treatment is therefore non-invasive and relies on the healing potential of the body, by supporting and activating homeostasis in a view of biological systems’ interrelationship.
Biomedic Clinic is run by experienced physicians additionally qualified in a variety of naturopathic medical methodologies to meet the standards of Bioregulatory Medical Doctors.
The Biomedic foundation has further developed bioregulatory systems approach and works alongside colleagues in conventional medicine, thus creating a bridge and utilises maximum potential by combining all advances in medicine today. The foundation has established courses on all continents and by founding national societies it synchronises development of medicine internationally, by applying the same standards of practice, set by the founding Biomedic Society in London.