Biotherapeutic Drainage

testimageOriginating in Europe , the concept of Biotherapeutic drainage (BTD) is based on the premise that diseases are considered to be ultimately caused by toxins, whether toxic chemicals, bacterial exotoxins, biological endotoxins including internal emotional reactions to various traumatic events, or post-traumatic cellular debris. Furthermore, disease symptoms are said to be the result of the body's attempt to heal itself and should not necessarily be suppressed. The process of drainage is intended to free the organism from morbid (pathologic) energies through detoxifying the body by opening (re-opening) natural elimination pathways and discharging the toxic accumulations. In reality, it is a much more complex process in that it provides support for natural progression and maturation throughout life. Drainage is about processing and integrating all the events, information and substances we encounter, whether physical illness, emotional events or spiritual stimulation. It deals with maintaining a delicate balance of individual identity in the unity of all beings. When this balance is disturbed, a disease condition develops, often with a presentation of physical signs and symptoms. Within the framework of this unique medical/healing system and depending on the experience of the practicing physician, various types of Biotherapeutic drainage protocols are individually formulated based on case by case approaches. These customized formulas work with the organism's defense mechanisms to facilitate its natural abilities to eliminate toxic substances. The basic protocol typically employs utilization of a variety of synergistically functioning components including different constitutional and complex homeopathy, herbal therapy, trace elements, certain combinations of natural supplements and some biologically active substances.

While proving its considerable efficacy in alleviating and treating numerous acute and chronic medical conditions, this unique method may be efficiently used both as a mono therapy and in conjunction with other treatment modalities. In addition, this treatment approach exhibits amazingly steady efficiency when applied to different age population groups.