Tag Archives: biological medicine

Modern Chronic Illness, a Cumulative Condition

Many of the patients we see come to us with longstanding health problems they suspect are related to things like root canal teeth, mercury amalgam fillings and cavitations. But while such dental factors may indeed be playing a role, they’re … Continue reading

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Our Outer Environment, Our Inner Environment

By Gary M. Verigin, DDS, CTN From Biosis #49, Winter 2015 Last time, we looked at the current state of dentistry, where what has evolved is largely unfit to support the whole body health and wellness of individuals. We also … Continue reading

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Eminently Quotable: Daniel H. Kress, MD

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Biological Terrain & the Development of Chronic Illness

View Dr. Rau’s complete lecture. Learn more about the biological terrain and its role in illness and health.

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How Whole Body Illness Evolves

A terrific explanation of a fundamental concept in biological dental medicine, via New York naturopathic physician Dr. Saul Marcus: To learn more, visit our info and resources page on Whole Body Illness and Biological Terrain Analysis (BTA) or explore Dr. … Continue reading

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Dentistry Shouldn’t Be “Just Another Profession”

By Gary M. Verigin, DDS, CTN Last September, I was pleased and honored to be asked to present a 20 minute speech to the International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine on how my colleague Ed Arana and I got … Continue reading

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What Are Subtle Energies? (Guest Post)

Holistic healer and intuitive counselor Dr. Christina Grant explains the basics… Through science we know that everything is comprised of energy, from the chair you sit on to your own body. When the layers of all physical matter are broken … Continue reading

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