Theory of Endobiogeny, Volume 3: Advanced Concepts for Treatment of Complex Clinical Conditions explains complex and multi-factorial disorders and diseases using the theory of endobiogeny. It provides detailed applications of biological modeling, in-depth assessment into common disorders, an endobiogenic analysis, guidance on using biological modeling tools, and suggestions for treatment using standard of care treatments that also take into account diet, lifestyle and medicinal plants. This approach is an evolution in thinking from reductionism to holism, offering advice for symptomatic treatments that can be used in conjunction with a new way of thinking about diseases and disease management.
- Covers complex and multi-factorial disorders and diseases using the theory of endobiogeny
- Provides detailed applications of biological modeling that can be used within current clinical practice
- Extends systems biology from the cell level to the physiology level using pattern recognition
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1. Allergic disorders 2. Asthma: An integrative physiologic approach 3. A clinical approach to the gonadotropic axis 4. Regulation of the menstrual cycles 5. Menstrual cycle disorders 6. A clinical approach to somatotropic axis 7. Disorders of the prostate: Lower urinary tract obstruction and prostatitis 8. Acne: Disorders of luteal management of androgens 9. Motricity of the bowel 10. Disorders of intestinal transit 11. Inflammatory bowel diseases Appendix
Kamyar M Hedayat is a global leader in research and training in Endobiogeny and protégé of Dr. Lapraz. A Stanford-trained critical care physician, he has been practicing endobiogenic medicine since 2008. Drs. Hedayat and Lapraz are cofounders of the American Society of Endobiogenic Medicine and Integrative Physiology and copresidents of the Systems Biology Research Group.
Jean-Claude Lapraz is a global leader in research and training in Endobiogeny since 1983. Trained in medicine at Paris Descartes University, he is codeveloper of the original teachings of Endobiogeny along with its inventor, Dr. Christian Duraffourd (1943-2017). He has practiced terrain-based medicine since 1972 and Endobiogeny from its inception.