Our Endobiogeny Team
DelLisa graduated from Weber State University with her ADRN degree in 2003. From there she worked at several hospitals in the Salt Lake Valley and Idaho. With her love of medicine and undying passion to care for others, she returned to school and went on to receive her Nurse Practitioner in 2018. DelLisa has always been interested and involved in the medical field. As she studied nursing and worked in hospitals, she realized that there was something missing in modern medicine. The desire to really help individuals on their wellness journey drove her to seek a more holistic approach. DelLisa is currently in an Endiobiogeny Fellowship to be able to treat individuals with natural remedies, lifestyle, and dietary changes. DelLisa combines endobiogeny and modern medicine to provide a holistic approach to her patient’s health. She firmly believes that it takes both traditional and modern medicine working together to accomplish the greatest good. Her biggest goal is to help others on their journey to well-being and good health. Currently she is loving life with her husband and six children.
Annette Davis, C.N.
Annette is a Clinical Nutritionist with over 20 years of clinical Phyto-Aromatherapy and Endobiogeny experience. She has studied Endobiogeny under Dr. Jean Claude Lapraz since 1989. She was introduced to holistic healing by her Grandmother and American aromatherapy pioneer, Annemarie Buhler. She currently serves as the President of NAHA (National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy) and as the Membership Chair for ASEMIP (American Society of Endobiogenic Medicine and Intregative Physiology).
Eric has studied clinical Phyto-Aromatherapy and Endobiogeny under Dr. Jean Claude Lapraz since 1991. He assisted Dr. Lapraz in the development of the Endobiogenics Medical Assistant (EMA) software and contributes valued techincal expertise to our team. Eric currently serves as the Treasurer of NAHA (National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy) and as the IT Chair for ASEMIP (American Society of Endobiogenic Medicine and Intregative Physiology).