Endobiogeny, a bridge between tradition and medical innovation

Category: Webinar

A Tribute to Morocco's Rich Medical Tradition

Revolutionize your medical practice with endobiogeny

Join us for a captivating exploration of endobiogeny, a global approach to the human being that integrates the principles of integrative physiology to enhance understanding of the interactions between the nervous system and the endocrine system, as well as the treatment of various body imbalances.

Presented by Dr. Charbel Abi Chahine, the Belgian Institute of Endobiogeny invites you to discover this webinar for free, which opens new perspectives in healthcare.

Throughout this webinar, you will dive into both the theoretical underpinnings and practical applications of endobiogeny. Each session is meticulously designed to deepen your understanding of complex body interactions and provide you with insightful interpretations of advanced diagnostic techniques, thanks to our blood test analysis system.

This webinar is tailored specifically for healthcare professionals – doctors, pharmacists, and therapists – looking to understand why some patients continue to suffer from certain pathologies despite having normal blood tests and how endobiogeny offers explanations and solutions beyond conventional methods.

What you will discover:

  • Introduction to endobiogeny.
  • The concept of stress as a terrain.
  • Interaction between the nervous system and the endocrine system.
  • Description of endocrine axes and their connections.
  • The biology of functions: In-depth reading of a blood test.
  • Cancer from an endobiogenic point of view: Case report

Target audience

  • Health professionals (doctors, pharmacists, therapists).
  • Medical students.

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June 22, 2024

8:00 pm (2h)

Registration deadline


Speaking language: French


No payment information required.

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Dr. Abi Chahine

Dr. Abi Chahine

President of IBEPI

Health is not limited to treating symptoms but to restoring the balance of the whole being.