Endobiogeny is the study of the internal (endo-) life (bio-) of the body that is generated and sustained (-geny). A systems biology medicine is based upon the idea that neuroendocrine systems manage metabolism and all physiology within humans. Conceived by Christian Duraffourd, MD, and developed with Jean-Claude Lapraz, MD in the early 1980s. Endobiogeny is a theory of how human life develops, maintains, and adapts itself as a dynamic, living system based on a synthetic, global systems approach to human physiology.
At its core, endobiogeny informs us about hormonal and metabolic balance within the body and how it is contributing to the thyroid, estrogen, testosterone, insulin, growth hormone, DHEA, Aldosterone, Cortisol, and over 100 other aspects of the endocrine system. From endobiogeny we can look at why someone is unable to maintain a healthy weight, to why their energy level is low, to where their fertility issues arise.
Neural therapy is a treatment non-invasive that treats chronic pain, chronic illness, and athletic injuries. This therapy was developed in Germany and Austria and is known as European acupuncture. Neural Therapy is based on the theory that trauma can produce long-standing disturbances in the electrochemical function of tissues or dysfunction between the nervous system and the rest of the body.