Living Medicine Treatment

Living Medicine holds that it is always and only the body in concert with The Divine that does the miracle of healing. It works with patients, not on them, to facilitate the highest levels of restoration possible. As such, care is entirely individualized, artfully tailored to each patient’s unique situation and needs.

Dr. Fabricius will serve as your educator, coach and wise advisor, providing information, insight and guidance to specific resources that support your self-healing abilities.

Your journey begins by compiling the most complete history possible, exploring the various Physical, Emotional, Mental and Spiritual influences that have brought you where you are today. This is supplemented by appropriate diagnostic testing. Dr. Fabricius will analyze this data thoroughly and, like a CSI agent, work out how all the pieces fit together to generate the health situation you live with today.

More than simple diagnosis, it’s like research to write the biography of your health – one story made of many different events. Alone, they may seem to have nothing to do with each other. Their being in the story shows how – and proves – that they belong together.

From this, Dr. Fabricius will devise your unique protocol for restoring your health.

 

Learn more about the information-gathering process

 

Diagnostics

Living Medicine makes use of both conventional and functional diagnostic testing as appropriate to each individual case.

Conventional Diagnostics

Conventional testing is used to detect pathological states in the human body – problems that are already there. It’s ideal for answering simple questions like, Is the bone broken? Is there hepatitis? Is there inflammation? Are there kidney stones? Did the person have a heart attack?

These kinds of tests include assays of blood cells, blood-borne enzymes and iso-enzymes, blood chemistry, hormones, antigens-antibodies, stool samples, saliva samples, heavy metal burdens and oral and rectal temperature. They also include genetic testing, pathogenic cultures, pregnancy tests, physical exams and urinalysis, as well as imaging via x-rays, ultrasound and MRI.

Functional Diagnostics

This kind of testing measures how well a particular organ is able to carry out healthy metabolic functions: How well is it working? Is it strong? Tiring? Exhausted? How is it impaired? How much is it impaired?

These assessments include gastro-intestinal health panels, adrenal stress indicies, female and male hormonal panels, thyroid panels, bone marker tests, detoxification panels, environmental intolerance panels and Bio-Resonance Screening (BRS).

Bio-Resonance Screening (BRS)*

Using electric currents, fields and resonance is a common way of assessing different aspects of health – for instance, EKGs to measure heart rhythms and EEGs to measure brain rhythms. BRS – a gentle, noninvasive type of electro-dermal screening – gives a doctor information about the entire body through its response to the subtle field signatures of various test substances.

BRS can scientifically, safely and accurately assess

  • “Pre-clinical disorders” that conventional lab tests can’t.
  • Organ system strain, environmental toxicity (e.g., pesticide exposure, heavy metals, drugs), allergies (e.g., food sensitivities, pollens, dust), autoimmune processes, dysbiosis and geopathic stresses.
  • Whether a problem is mainly Physical, Emotional or Mental
  • Whether your chronological age matches the “relative age” of your vital organs.
  • Whether and to what degree the remedies you take are actually helping.
  • And more!

 

* Although BRS is not currently considered a conventional diagnostic modality in the US, it is routinely used throughout Europe with marked success, having been refined and perfected in Germany over the past four decades. Despite the documented research of respected German scientists and physicians – and official recognition as a proven diagnostic technology by the German government, in the US, its only FDA-sanctioned use is as a “Biofeedback System.” Because of this, any US doctor who uses it must do so only for biofeedback or “experimental purposes.” Thus, this is how Dr. Fabricius uses it in his practice, in compliance with the law. He was a participant in the Evidence-Based Medicine “Living Systems Information Biofeedback Survey and Outcome Study” conducted in June 2007 by the Institute for Frontier Science, Oakland, CA (project director: Beverly Rubik, PhD).