Biomedicine, biological medicine or integrative medicine includes different therapies aimed at improving the natural immune system and healing mechanisms of the human body. In takes account of the whole person, considering the organism as a whole and encouraging a total recovery of the system by focusing on the relationship between the different areas and organs of the patient’s body.
From the point of view of integrative medicine, the capacity to overcome illness is different for each organism as depends on factors such as nutrition, age, medical history and genetic factors.
Biomedicine seeks an organic response to illness, strengthening ways to overcome it. Improvement, therefore, happens from the origin of the illness and results in the symptoms getting better.
Biological medicine is effective on any health problem and can be used to treat all types of patients that have organic and functional medical conditions, strengthening the body against illnesses.
Anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology and biochemistry are the areas that the biological medicine professionals should master.
Biomedicine is complementary to conventional medicine; it is not an alternative. It enhances defence mechanisms and allows the use of conventional medication, which means that it must be practised exclusively by doctors and medical staff with comprehensive training in the health needs of patients.