Saint Louis to Baden Baden, Germany
via OIRF, Canada

If you are interested in good German beer, wine and/or German Biological Medicine, you may want to consider joining the Occidental Institute Research Foundation (OIRF) from Canada. The Institute was founded in 1972 by Dr. Walter Sturm and is now managed by his widow Carolyn Winsor-Sturm. I have been a member of the OIRF for the last 15 years and the organization has been a very important connection for me to learn German Biological Medicine.

OIRF sponsors an annual medical conference group tour to Germany in the early part of November for English language practitioners to learn German Biological Medicine. As part of the tour program participants attend the annual conference in Baden-Baden Germany called “Medicine Week” which Germans often refer to it as a “European Biological Medicine Congress.”

Medicine Week is considered one of the largest alternative/complementary medical conferences in the world which covers Homeopathy, Herbal Medicine, Energy Medicine, Acupuncture, Ayruvedic Medicine, Biological Dentistry and traditional German and European Natural Medicine, Biological Terrain and many other disciplines of the alternative medicine.

Why is it important for you to understand German Biological Medicine? It truly integrates modern medical science with traditional European natural medicine, homeopathy, pleomorphism, antrophosophical medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Ayruvedic medicine, biological dentistry and bio-cybernetic medicine. These concepts have been explained in my book, Accidental Cure.

Some of the additional therapeutic modalities include BioResonance therapy, photon and laser therapy, ionized oxygen therapy, color therapy, magnetic field therapy and many drainage therapies.

You may not hear some of these medical topics but they are vitally important to understand why we get sick. It explains why allopathic medicine does not have the cures for chronic diseases such as cancer, heart disease, arthritis, fibromyalgia, auto-immune disease and neuro-degenerative disease.

Drugs, surgery, chemo and radiation therapy are the main treatments for allopathic standard medical care which temporarily relieves symptoms but never corrects the underlying causes for the particular illness. Almost always, the medical symptoms will come back as a new medical condition as a side effect of the treatment.

From the point of view of Biological Medicine, healing comes from within by assisting one’s immune system to heal itself. The best a physician can do is assist one’s own natural healing by addressing the areas overlooked by modern medical doctors. Those areas are:

  1. Environmental toxins, heavy metals and chelation therapy for the detoxification
  2. Chronic hidden infections including parasite infestation
  3. The unsuspected food allergies
  4. Correcting the Standard American Diet (SAD diet) with real, whole food and nutritional supplements
  5. Understanding the dental-related medical problems.

Those of you who do not have time or finances to travel to Baden Baden, Germany, this year I have been organizing a bi-annual conference in Saint Louis, Missouri and the conference will cover many of the important topics on German Biological Medicine by many leading experts. Save the dates of September 9, 10, and 11, 2011 on your schedule.

Tentatively scheduled speakers include:
  • Sir Zenon Gruba, from Australia
  • Uwe Uellendahl, from Germany
  • Gary Gordon, MD, DO, MD (H)
  • Hal Huggins, DDS
  • Fuller Royal, DO
  • Brian McCoy, ND
  • Bärbel Aldridge, ND
  • Mike Rehme, DDS
  • Doug Cook, DDS
  • Tony Cocilove, MS
  • Dr. Harber, DC
  • Nihal DeSilva, PhD
  • And, Simon Yu, MD.

German Biological Medicine has been a very important part of my Internal Medicine practice for over 20 years. If you are interested in going to Medicine Week for the German Biological Medicine group tour program, contact the Occidental Institute Research Foundation (OIRF). Any health related professionals are welcome to join the OIRF . . .

I like to picture Saint Louis as the gateway to German Biological Medicine in Baden-Baden, Germany via Canada and the leadership of Occidental Institute Research Foundation.

An Exclusive Article for Members
From THE BRIDGE Newsletter of OIRF
Published February 2011

© Copyright 2011, Dr. Simon Yu, MO USA

About the author

Dr. Simon Yu has been practicing Internal Medicine since 1984, and Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) since 1994. Dr. Yu has been a Center Medical Director for Managed Care.

Dr. Yu received his B.S. degree from Washington University, and did postgraduate research in Diabetes at Washington University Medical Center. He earned a Masters of Science Degree from research on Immunology through a joint program at Washington University Medical Center and University of Missouri-St. Louis. Subsequently, he graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia, School of Medicine in 1984 and completed residency training at St. Mary’s Health Center in St. Louis.

Dr. Yu lectures around the world and has studied Biological Medicine extensively in Europe. Dr. Yu sponsors an annual conference on Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Dr. Yu serves as a Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve. He has changed his practice to Complementary and Alternative Medicine, and has been a member, advisor and support of Occidental Institute since 1996.

Dr. Yu has hospital admitting privileges at Missouri Baptist Medical Center.

Dr. Yu is a Clinical Instructor at Washington University Medical School in St. Louis

Dr. Simon Yu, M.D. is a Board Certified Internist. He practices Internal Medicine with an emphasis on Alternative Medicine to use the best each has to offer. For more articles and information about alternative medicine as well as patient success stories visit his web site at

Dr. Yu, along with his wife and partner Kate, have attended many Germany Tours. He works with the MORA Super Plus and Electronic Homeopathy. A significant part of his treatment for parasites involves the use of MORA for delivery of the remedies. It greatly reduces the number and amount of medication the patient must take, reduces or eliminates side effects and lowers the cost for the patient. Watch for more articles from Dr. Yu in future issues of The Bridge.

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