Physician / pharmacist training

2021-2023:  TRAINING PROGRAM 

The training is divided into eleven seminars of 3 days each
The courses are complemented by numerous clinical cases

   

SEMINAR I : 29th-30th-31rt of January 2021

A. Introduction to Endobiogeny: Integrative Medicine
  • History
  • Definition of Endobiogeny
  • From Selye to Duraffourd
  • The concept of stress: the general adaptation syndrome
  • The Terrain:  adaptation and adaptability
  • Adaptation: congestion – inflammation – immunity
  • The endocrine system as a the manager of the terrain
  • The Nervous system: Central nervous system – Peripheral nervous system
  • The Emunctories
B. The nervous system
  • Introduction
  • Anatomy: central nervous system, peripheral nervous system
  • The parasympathetic nervous system: origin, autacoids and neurotransmitters
  • The sympathetic nervous system: 
    • Alpha-sympathetic nervous system: anatomy, autacoids and neurotransmitters
    • Beta-sympathetic nervous system: anatomy, autacoids and neurotransmitters
  • The pineal gland:
    • Physiology 
 
C. The Corticotropic axis
  • Definition and anatomy
  • The Hypothalamus: anatomy and hormones
  • Pituitary gland: anatomy and hormones
  • Adrenal glands: anatomy and hormones
  • The general adaptation system 
  • The clinical signs related to the corticotropic axis

D. Pathologies related to the Nervous system and to the Corticotropic axis
  • Spasmophilia
  • Migraine
  • Asthma, eczema, allergy
  • Respiratory tract infections: bacterial, viral, mycotic and parasitic infections
  • Dysthymia: reactional depression (eg burn-out, mourning), endogenous depression (eg bipolarity, melancholia)
  • Sleep disorders
  • Parkinson’s syndrome

SEMINAR II : 26th-27th-28th of March 2021

A. General review
B. The Gonadotropic axis
  1. Definition and anatomy 
  2. The Hypothalamic hormones: GnRH, LnRH
  3. The Pituitary hormones: FSH and LH
  4. The Gonads: anatomy, hormones
  5. The clinical signs related to the Gonadotropic axis
C. The Thyrotropic axis
  1. Definition and anatomy 
  2. The Hypothalamic hormone: TRH
  3. The Pituitary hormone: TSH
  4. The Thyroid gland: anatomy and hormones
  5. The clinical signs related to the Thyrotropic axis

D. The Somatotropic axis
  1. Definition and anatomy
  2. The Hypothalamic hormones: GHRH, GHIH
  3. The Pituitary hormones: GH, Prolactine
  4. The Pancreas- The Glucagon – The Insulin
  5. The clinical signs related to the Somatotropic axis

SEMINAR III : 28th- 29th – 30th of May 2021

A. General review
B. Introduction to Phytotherapy: Galenic forms in details
C. The Biology of functions: Introduction – Interpretation of a blood test

D. The plants related to the Nervous system

E. The plants related to the Corticotropic axis

F. The lifeline: from Birth – to Childhood – to Adolescence

SEMINAR IV : 17th-18th-19th of Septembre 2021

A. General review 
B. The plants related to the Gonadotropic axis
C. The plants related to the Thyrotropic axis

D. Respiratory tract infections

E. The Mitochondria
F. The Glucose metabolism
  1. Diabetes
  2. Hypoglycemia
  3. Alzheimer disease 

I. The Biology of functions

  1. Progressing in the comprehension of a blood test
  2. Details of some indices

SEMINAR V : 3rd- 4th- 5th of December 2021

A. General review 

B. The plants related to the Somatotropic axis
C. The Protein metabolism 
  1. The Gout disease
D. The Lipid metabolism
  1. Dyslipidemia
E. The Splanchnic congestion 
F. Dysbiosis 
G. The Vitamines and the trace elements

H. Genital infections – Urinary tract infections

  1. Cervicits
  2. Vaginits
  3. Prostatitis
  4. Orchi-Epididymitis
  5. Prostatitis

I. The Biology of functions – More details and more comprehension of the indices 

                                      (2022 and 2023 program coming soon)