Biocentrism is a moral standpoint that gives inherent value to all things. It’s an understanding of how the earth works in relation to biodiversity, compared to anthropocentrism, which focuses only on the value of humans and their health issues like sciatica. This gives value to nature as a whole. Biocentrism is mainly driven towards protecting humanized and sentient entities. Biocentrism focuses on avoiding harm and it’s probably regulated by individual differences in the propensity to anthropomorphize character. When biocentrism focuses on maintaining the purity of the environment, it functions at a more systemic level instead of focusing on the protection of individuals. Early biocentric beliefs and ideals have expanded through various aspects of society as the basis of ethics regarding its relation to human biomedical and behavioral research in the practice of human medicine, including alternative treatment options, such as chiropractic care, which treat sciatica. Dr. Alex Jimenez discusses how biocentric ethics can apply to health care in the following collection of biocentrism and sciatica articles.