Regulatory Forces of the Human Body
The human body is a highly evolved, dynamic set of systems designed to regenerate
daily, constantly forming new cells and tissues. Under normal, healthy conditions,
the body is able to stimulate this process and benefits from the daily renewal.
The body has the capacity to naturally adapt to environmental circumstances. Our
regulatory forces control this process. One of the most basic examples of our regulatory
forces is the body’s ability to maintain an almost constant temperature despite
the fact the temperature around us may be changing.
When the body is placed under great stress, it leads to dysfunctions in this daily
regeneration process. The normal restoration that is vital to maintaining health
begins to break down or "dys-regulate." And this dysregulation results in many of
the hard-to-treat chronic illnesses that we see today.
At Paracelsus, we have developed advanced diagnostic techniques to help us isolate
and identify these dysregulations. By understanding the root cause, we can effectively
treat chronic illness.
Some of the most common chronic illnesses caused by dysregulation include:
- Metabolic dysfunctions like obesity, diabetes, hypertension, and cardiovascular
- Susceptibility to infections, especially Lyme disease
- Ulcerative colitis
- Thyroid disorders
- Autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and
- Chronic pain conditions
- Chronic skin conditions
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Burn-out syndrome
- Chemical and multiple chemical sensitivities
Dr Rau’s diagnostic program at Paracelsus uses a comprehensive examination of the
patient to identify all causes of chronic disease. By understanding an individual’s
dysregulations, a customized plan can be developed to help the body heal and return
to a state of regulation. Essentially, we heal the causes of illness, not the symptoms.
- Biological medicine
- The regulatory forces
of the human body
- The Diagnostic techniques
used at Paracelsus
- The therapeutic methods
used in treatment
- Restoring the body to health
- Becoming a patient