Physio-Organic is defined by the natural order and, not by a person, corporation, special interest group, lobbyist or, regulatory agency. Physio-Organic is best explained through the observations of the natural order. Physio-Organic is the oldest, most natural method of progression of all living organisms. The natural progression, lifestyle and cultural systems.
Example: Careful observation of lions; they rest most of the day, the young cubs get all their necessary nutrition and antibodies from the raw milk provided by the mother-lioness. Lions hunt and, eat non-castrated (in tact) animals such as antelope, buffalo, zebra, young elephants, rhino, hippo, wild hogs, crocodiles and, giraffes. They also eat smaller prey like mice, birds, hares, lizards, and tortoises and, they live in prides. This is the natural life of lions. 
The United States department of Agriculture, National Organic Program endorses and, recommends that  male livestock be castrated and then, administered a full line of vaccines, an antibiotic and tetanus shots. This is under the National Organic Program "Preventative Measures" acts,  titles and sub-titles. This is not a natural progression.  
Castrating livestock changes their hormones and, then they begin to produce more estrogen. More estrogen means, they develop more fat. More fat means, that they store more toxins in the fat. This also means that you are consuming meat that has higher estrogen and, can contribute to estrogen-based cancers and, other health related issues.                                                                       
Physis: the principle of growth or change in nature. Nature, as the source of growth or change.
 something that grows, becomes, or develops.
The most important characteristic of the physis or, nature is, its artistic creativeness.
Physio: Nature, natural, natural matter.  A combining form representing physical or, physiological, in compound. Greek: physio- combining form of phýsis origin, form, natural order.
suffix. -logy comes from Greek, where it has the meaning "word.'' It is attached to roots to form nouns with the meanings: "field of study, discipline;
Physiopathology is that part of the science of disease concerned with disordered function, as  distinguished from anatomic lesions.
Pathophysiology: the physiological processes associated with disease or injury, or the study thereof.
Pathophysiology or physiopathology is a convergence of pathology with physiology.
Pathology is the medical discipline that describes conditions typically observed during a disease state, whereas physiology is the biological discipline that describes processes or mechanisms operating within an organism.
Physiotherapy is the treatment of injury and disease by enhancing the body's own natural healing mechanisms
Physiotherapy is practiced by professionals that are concerned with improving a person's mobility and subsequently their quality of life.