The goal of biotherapeutic drainage is to assist the body in eliminating toxins that are contributing to chronic disease
Biotherapeutic drainage is a philosophy and methodology of healing which has been used in Europe for over 100 years. It was brought to the United States within the past 15 years by a few physicians, one of whom Dr. Swift studied under extensively.
The goal of biotherapeutic drainage is to assist the body in eliminating toxins that are contributing to chronic disease by working on individual systems and opening the emunctories (routes of eliminations) at a cellular level. As we go through life, the space within and between our cells is cluttered with debris from disease, trauma, and pollutants. As the cells become more polluted, their ability to communicate with each other is hindered. With biotherapeutic drainage, specifically using Unda numbers, a set of remedies designed in Europe, the cells are being retrained to eliminate waste appropriately and communicate once again with each other effectively. With clear communication between cells, other therapies are more effective in helping a patient find balance and wellness, successfully treating the root cause of each patients’ disease.