Kenneth R. Kafka, M.D. 

955 Carrillo Drive, Suite 210, Los Angeles, CA 90048      Tel: 805.889.2800 Fax: 323.938.1028
204A Pirie Road, Ojai, CA 93023

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Kenneth R. Kafka, M.D.
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Endobiogeny Certification
August 2016

Medicine in the United States has become increasingly compartmentalized over the last 50 years. Specialists of each body system, (your heart, your intestines, your lungs, your immune system, your foot etc) and the technology for investigating disorders of these body parts has grown at a remarkable pace. Unfortunately, the science of looking at how each body system impacts the others is lagging far behind. Other cultures such as India and China (Ayurvedic Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine) have for centuries had some kind of understanding of how various systems of our body, mind and spirit interrelate and in many ways are appealing for their “holistic’ and more natural approach to healing.

In my many inquiries studying a broad range of approaches to healing I have never come across a western approach to the interrelatedness of all of the various biological systems of the human body. Endobiogeny, originating in France approximately 50 years ago, is one such system. It is based on Systems Theory which looks at the world in terms of interrelatedness and interdependence of all phenomena. The body has a terrain, much as the earth does, and in Endobiogeny, the endocrine system (all your hormones) is looked upon as the true manager of the body.

I recall going to my first Anti-Aging Conference in 2005 and the plenary speaker opened the conference saying “We generally think that as we get old, our hormones decline. In truth, it is as our hormones decline that we age”. That statement caught my attention and I have spent many years since exploring and practicing different forms of hormone replacement therapy. Studying Endobiogeny has offered me a new and highly detailed understanding of human physiology and its innate interrelatedness with an emphasis on the over-seeing role that our hormones and nervous system play in managing the entire body as a system. Its approach is detailed, rigorously studied and has been quite revelatory for me. While treatment approaches can be broad, the wisdom of plants, herbs, foods and essential oils are at the foundation of therapy. I’ve been integrating the theory and treatment in my practice since 2016 and I progressively marvel at the positive, healing impact this approach can have on my patients.


Kenneth R. Kafka, M.D.
955 Carrillo Drive, Suite 210, Los Angeles, CA 90048      Tel: 805.889.2800 Fax: 323.938.1028
204A Pirie Road, Ojai, CA 93023

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