What is Endobiogeny?
Endobiogeny examines how the internal life of the body is generated and sustained. It is a systems theory of biology that considers the endocrine system to be the true manager of the body. The endobiogenic concept was conceived by Christian Duraffourd, MD, and its teaching developed by Dr. Duraffourd and Jean-Claude Lapraz, MD.
The modern biomedical approach has produced a detailed understanding of physiology, and offers impressive interventions for life-threatening and degenerative disorders. Endobiogeny neither rejects nor is outside this system because it is based on modern physiology. Where it differs from the standard biomedical approach is in its understanding of the body as a system, which owing to the interrelated and interdependent nature of its physiology, requires an integrated approach to history, evaluation and treatment.Become a Patient