Introduction to BioSystems HealthCare as offered by SJC

Dr Dahdah is registered with AHPRA. He has completed undergraduate and post-graduate training in science, Chiropractic, Pain Medicine and Scoliosis. He uses ‘Behavioural Medicine’ or ‘Lifestyle Medicine’ for M.U.P.S. to give people options should conventional care be unsuccessful.

‘BioSystems’ is a subset of Behavioural Medicine and was named and developed by Dr Dahdah 29 years ago.

It’s origins are from the Greek Word “Bios” meaning ‘Life’ and “Systems” to convey a structured and logical order towards healing.

BioSystems 5 important facts about Life Systems – BioSystems:

  1. Our Spine and Central Nervous System (CNS) provide the framework and electrical circuitry for the proper functioning and coordination of our entire body. The mechanical aspects of the spine are closely inter-related with the electrical aspects of the nervous system. One system affects the other.
  2. In addition to the spine and nervous system, tension, misalignments or habitual movements in any part of the body affect the flow of essential information that supplies the body: These channels include: Nerves, Blood supply, Lymphatic fluid, Reproductive, Endocrine, Gastrointestinal – all form an intricate pipework for supplying the body. A blockage lead to back flow in production areas or starves systems they supply. To quote a well used axiom, “Stasis is the basis of disease” before or after the blockage.
  3. Certain behavioural lifestyles endanger health. A lack of understanding or ignorance of these habits may initiate or perpetuate a disorder.  Daily and / or nightly habits include the use of arm rests, bag carrying, screens, lounges, affecting sitting do affect sleeping, sitting and standing positions. Further examples include driving habits, resting on elbows, repeated tasks.
  4. Modifying key habits / behaviours leads to a profound effect on the whole body. Once movements are learned, behaviours become habits. Long term success is enhanced through correct habits.
  5. Health is controlled via a two-fold strategy ‘What to Do’ and equally important ‘What to Avoid’ – Termed: Key Behavioural Modification (KBM) is one of the key components to St Jude’s therapy.