RAYMOND H. CRALLE’, R.P.T
525 N.E. 3RD AVENUE SUITE 106
DELRAY BEACH, FL. 33444
06/69-09/71 University of Iowa, Iowa 52242
Full Time Student, Graduate College
Certification in Physical Therapy, September 1971
Academic Awards: Scholarships, University of Iowa, 1970
12/66-06/68 Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida 33432
Full Time Student
Bachelor of Science College of Education, June 1968
Academic Awards: Upper 2% graduating class, 1968
09/61-06/64 Palm Beach Junior College, Lake Worth, Florida 33460
Full Time Student with time out for Military Service
AA Degree, June 1964
1. USMC Reserves; meritoriously promoted each rank to Sergeant E-5 Duties: Amtrak Crewman and Drivers Safety NCO, Special Training Embarkation NCO, Honorable Discharge with attendance award, 1970
2. Manager, Saks Fifth Avenue, La Jolla, California 1968
3. Psychiatric Technician, Mercy Hospital, San Diego, California 1968-69
4. University of Iowa Psychopathic Hospital, Children’s Ward 1969
5. Oakland Security Facility for the Criminally Insane, Oakdale, Iowa 1970-72
6. Good Samaritan Hospital, West Palm Beach, Florida, Staff Therapist 1971-72
7. Private Practice:
A. Cralle’ Physical Therapy Services, 525 N.E. 3rd Avenue, Suite 106, Delray Beach,
Florida, 1972-Present, Owner
B. Palm Beach Pain and Stress Center, 1000 45th Street, West Palm Beach, Florida,
December 1984-1986, Founder and C.E.O.
C. *Health Management Services, Inc., 210 N.E. 6th Avenue, Delray Beach, Florida
1987-1993, Owner, President
D. *ODTI, Ltd., Managing General Partner, 1988-1993
E. * North County Physical Therapy, Ltd., Managing General Partner, 1990-1993
F. * Treasure Coast Sports Medicine, Ltd., Managing General Partner, 1989-1993
G. * Physical Therapy Associates, Ltd., Managing General Partner, 1989-1993
H. * Pompano Rehabilitation Institute, Ltd., Managing General Partner, 1990-1993
I. * Boca Rehab Agency, Inc., Owner, President, 1989-1993
*Sold in 1993
POST GRADUATE EDUCATION:
1. COURSES OF FOUR DAYS OR MORE:
A. “Neuromuscular Development Sequence,” Tampa, FL., 1972
B. “Bobath Movement Therapy,” Medical College of Georgia, 1973
C. “Cardiac Rehabilitation,” Chicago, IL. 1974
D. “Maderian Acupuncture Institute,” Coral Gables, FL., 1974
E. “Hypnosis,” Orlando, FL., 1974
F. “Neuropsychological Principles of Sensory Stimulation, University of Tennessee, 1975
G. “Preventive and Rehabilitative Cardiology, “Emory, 1975
H. “Orthopedic Functional Casting,” Miami, FL., 1976
I. “Sports Medicine Athletic Injury,” Charlottesville, NC. 1977
J. “Sports Medicine, Dogwood Festival,” Atlanta, GA., 1978
K. “Spinal Manipulation- Cyrax,” University of Cincinnati, 1979
L. “Pain Control,” Orlando, FL., 1979
M. “Mechanisms of Pain”, Ronald Melzack, University of South Florida, 1981
N. “TMJ,” Stephen Kraus, Cedars of Lebanon, 1982
O. “The Neuropsychological Foundations of Therapeutic Exercise,” Barnes & Crutchfield, Miami, FL., 1982
P. “Thermography in Neuromuscular Disorders,” Fisher, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine,
New York, January 1983
Q. “International Symposium of Industrial Back Injury,” White Sulphur Spring, West
Virginia, June 1983
R. “Wexler Course-Thermography,” April 1984
S. “Algology 1984,” American Association of Algology, Washington, D.C., 1984
T. “Challenge of the Lumbar Spine,” New Orleans, Louisiana, November 1984
U. “Innovative Strategies in Rehabilitation: The Search for Function,” Bal Harbour, FL,
V. “American Back School,” Ft. Lauderdale, FL., February 1985
W. “Myo-tronics- TMJ,” Atlanta, GA., April 1985
X. “Low Power Laser Conference,”First Canadian, Toronto, Canada, April 1985
Y. “Balance Deficits in the Neurological Patient,” Raleigh, NC. September 1985
Z. “Head & Neck Challenge,” Milwaukee, WI. October 1985
AA. “Innovative & Controversial Strategies in Rehabilitation III Technique,” Miami, FL.
BB. “Introductory Spinal Mechanics & Muscle Energy,” Upledger Institute, West Palm
Beach, FL., February 1987
CC. “American Back Society Fall 1990 Symposium on Back Pain,” San Francisco, CA.,
DD. “APTA 1991 Annual Conference,” Boston, MA. 1991
EE. “Neurophysiology of Skeletal Muscle Tone,” San Francisco, CA. 1991
FF. “FPTA 2005 Annual Conference, Hutchinson Island, FL., July 2005
2. OTHER COURSES:
A. “Hand Rehabilitation & Orthotics,” Ft. Lauderdale, FL., 1982
B. “Intraspinal Analgesia,” International Rehabilitation Institute, 1984
C. “Cybex Back Symposium,” New Orleans, LA., November 1984
D. “38th Meeting of Spinal Cord Injury Advisory Council.” Tampa, FL. May 1986
E. “Clinical Instructor workshop & Inertial Exercise Workshop,” Medical University of
South Carolina, July 1986
F. “CranioSacral Therapy,” Upledger Institute, West Palm Beach, FL., 1986
G. “Lumbo-Pelvic Disorders & SI Joint Biomechanics & Treatment,” VA., 1986
H. “Introductory Spinal Mechanics & Muscle Energy,” Upledger Institute, West Palm
Beach, FL., February 1987
I. “Hyperbaric Medicine Today,” North Ridge General Hospital, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.,
J. “Comprehensive Medicare Workshop,” Dixon-Kanary & Company, Las Vegas, NV.,
K. “Stress Management Solutions.” Rockhurst College Continuing Education Center
National Seminars, March 1993
L.”Back Injury Prevention & Management in the Workplace,” The Saunders group, May
M. “How to Handle Conflict 7 Manage Anger,” Rock Hurst College Continuing Education
Center, National Seminars, September 1993
N. “Alive & Kicking-Sports Rehab for Joint Injuries,” Visiting Nurse Association,
O.” Shoulder Mechanics & Rehabilitation,” Broward General Medical Center,
Ft. Lauderdale, FL., November 1993
P. “Contemporary Concepts in Knee & Shoulder Rehabilitation, Hands on Approach,”
Advances in Clinical education Seminar, November 1993
Q.” Intro to Evaluation & Treatment of Craniomandibular Dysfunctions,” Plantation, FL.,
R. “Advanced Pathophysiology Craniovert,” Plantation, FL., 1993
S. “Florida Academy of Impairment Ratings, Inc., State of Florida Mandated Certification Course, May 1995
T. “Physical Examination of the Neural Tissues for Manual Therapy Differential
Diagnosis Treatment,” World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress, June
U. “Visceral Manipulation IA,” The Upledger Institute, West Palm Beach, FL.,
V. “The Study of Connective Tissue System with Myofascial Release Technique
(For the Orthopedic & the Neurological Patient),” The International College of
Integrative Manual Therapy, Tampa, FL., June 1995
W. “Mobilization of the Nervous System,” Neurological Orthopedic Institute, Boca
Raton, FL., June 1995
X. “Advances of the Knee & Shoulder Conference,” Cincinnati Sports Medicine &
Orthopedic Center, Hilton Head Island, NC. May 1996
Y. “Third Annual International Congress on Alternative & Complementary Therapies,”
The George Washington University Medical Center, Arlington, VA., 1997
Z. “Clinical Update: An Evidence Based Approach to the Diagnosis & Treatment
Of Neurogenic Arm Pain,” University of Iowa College of Medicine, Iowa City,
IA., October 1999
A1. “North American Academy of Magnetic Therapy,” Annual Conference, Los
Angeles, CA. January 2000
B1. “Vestibular Rehabilitation & Balance Retraining,” Therapeutic Services, Inc.,
Miami, FL., March 5& 6 2000
C1. “The Fundamentals of Spiritual Alchemy,” Caroline Myss, PHD, St. Louis, MO.,
D1. “Rehabilitation of the Neurologically Involved Patient,” Dr, Chuck Leonard, Las Vegas, NV. June 23-24 2000
E1. “Neurolink Seminars,” Dr. Allan K. Phillips, Seattle, WA. March31-April 1, 2001
GG. “Celebrating Life Resources,” Ron Roth, Scottsdale, AZ., February 11-15 2001
G1. “Disorders of the Brain: Emerging Therapies in Complex Neurologic &
Psychiatric Conditions,” Ninth International Symposium on Functional
Medicine, Ft. Lauderdale, Fl., May 25-29 2002
H1. “Widening the Circle,” The Brain Injury Association, Minneapolis, MN.,
July 25-27 2002
I1. “Orthopedic Management of the Lumbopelvic Region,” Orlando, FL., June 4-5, 2005
J1. “Evaluation & Treatment of Stroke Survivor”, Miami, FL., July 30-31, 2005
K1. “Diagnosis & Treatment of Movement Impairment Syndromes: Concepts &
Applications to the Spine,” FPTA Annual Conference, Hutchinson Island, FL.,
L1. “Low Back Movement Impairment Syndromes, Best Available Evidence,” FPTA
Annual Conference, Hutchinson Island, FL., August 2005
M1. “”Medical Errors”, FPTA Annual Conference, Hutchinson Island, FL., August 2005
N1. “Not-So-Basic Electrotherapy,” FPTA Annual Conference, Hutchinson Island, FL.,August 2005
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O1. “Health Promotion and Wellness: Expanding Your Practice Paradgm”
APTA, Washington, DC, September 9-10, 2006
P1. “Evidence for Energy- Based Therapies in Rehabilitation” FPTA, Orlando Fl,
March 17, 2007
Q1. “Doctors Demystify Upper Extremity Nerves for Ots and PTs” Anne Ouellette, MD, Miami, Fl, January 31, 2009.
R1. “Integrating Neurotherapeutic and Sensory Techniques Into Therapy for the Special Needs Client” West Palm Beach, Florida May 5, 2009.
S1. “The Wound Care Course” International Atmo, Nix Medical Center, San Antonio, Tx August 14-15, 2009
T1. “Therapist Awareness and Intervention Strategies for Reducing Medical Errors” FPTA, October 16, 2009
U1. “Brain and Stress: Disorders and Coping Strategies” Institute for Natural Resources, November 2009
V1. “Stop Losing Sleep” Institute for Natural Resources, November 2009
W1. “Non-Traditional Approaches: Anxiety, Insomnia & Depression” Institute for Natural Resources, November 2009
X1. “Driving Neuroplastic Change in Stroke Survivors: Leading-edge Treatments, Tools and Strategies” Education Resources, March 14, 2010
Y1. “Current and Future Trends in Neurological Rehabilitation” Sixteenth Annual Brain Injury Symposium, October 9-10, 2010
Z1. "Neurovascular Clinical Foundation Class" The Neurovascular Institute, Inc, June 24-25 2011
1. Member, American Physical Therapy Association, 1971-Present
2. Chairman, Self-Employed Section, Florida Chapter, American Physical Therapy Association,
3. Re- Elected Chairman, Self-Employed, 1974-76
4. Nominated to serve on a 9 member program review team for Medicare abuse, State of Florida
by Administrator, HEW, Aetna life & Casuality, 1975-76
5. Selected to serve in Five county Health Planning Council, 1975-76
6. Member, Legislative Alert Committee, Florida Chapter, American Physical Therapy
7. Guest Speaker, National Conference APTA, Anaheim, CA. 1975
8. National Conference Delegate from Florida, 1975
9. National Chairman for Membership, section on Private Practice APTA, 1975-77
10. Councilman at Large, Florida Chapter APTA, 1975-77
11. Selected by Committee on Governmental Affairs, APTA, to attend Legislative Conference,
12. Practice Act Committee, Task Force 486, Florida Chapter APTA, 1980-83
13. Member, Third Party Pay Committee, Florida Chapter APTA, 1980-83
14. Member, Workmen’s Compensation Task Force, Florida Chapter APTA, 1980-83
15. Member, American Academy of Cerebral Palsy & Developmental Medicine
16. Director, Therapeutic Systems designs, Diakinetics, Syracuse, NY. (Rehabilitative
17. Members & Contributing Author, Private Practice Section, APTA 1971-Present
18. Member, Orthopedic Section, APTA 1971-Present
19. Member, Section on Neurology, APTA
20. Member, Florida Association for Health & Social Services, 1978-81
21. Chairman of Legislation, Florida Associates for Health & Social Services 1978-81
22. Legislative Chairman, Southeast District, Florida Chapter APTA, 1979-80
23. Member, Section on State Licensure & Regulations, APTA
24. Member Grand Lodge, F.A.M. #171
25. Scottish Rite Bodies, 1979
26. Member, American Pain Society, National Chapter of the International Association for the
Study of Pain, 1984-Present
27. Member, Editorial Review Board, Neuro News; Wallant International, N.Y., 1984
28. Member, United Societies of Pysiotherapists, Diploma
29. Member, Pan American Medical Association, 1984-Present
30. Charter Member, SETS (Psychological Testing Company), 1984
31. President and Founding Charter Member, Pain and Evaluation Treatment Center
32. Elected Chairman of the Board, Pain and Evaluation Treatment Center (PETCO), 1985
33. Developed several joint ventures, including a Pain Center in West Palm Beach, Florida
and a controlling financial interest in twelve Physical Therapy centers that were sold
in 1992 to two of the countries leading publicly held rehabilitation companies.
34. Feature articles in 1)”Rehabilitation Today, Limited Partnerships Create Unlimited
Opportunity, “1991 2)”Polo,” Shape Up Before You Ship Out, 1990
35. Member Board of Directors, Magne Therapy, Inc. 1994-2001
36. Member Scientific Medical Advisory Board, MagneTherapy, Inc. 1997-2001
37. Guest Speaker, Los Angeles North American Academy of Magnetic Therapy, January, 1998
38. Guest Speaker, 2nd International Symposium on Hyperbaric Oxygenation for Cerebral Palsy
and the Brain Injured Child, Boca Raton, FL. July 25-28 2001.
39. Guest Speaker, Alternative and Complementary Therapies for Special Kids Conference,
Marlborough, MA. May 3-5 2002.
40. Guest Speaker, 3rd International Symposium on Hyperbaric Oxygen in Cerebral Palsy & the Brain Injured Child, Ft. Lauderdale, FL., July 16-19 2003
41. Guest Speaker, 4th International Symposium on Hyperbaric Oxygenation in CP and the Brain
Injured Child. Fort Lauderdale, FL. July 28-31 2004
42. Author of” Neuro Rehabilitation for Brain Injury”, November 2004.
43. Published Author of “Neuro rehabilitation for Cerebral Palsy,” CEREBRAL PALSY
MAGAZINE, September 2005
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I have a strong faith and trust in God and believe he has a place for all men which ultimately leads to the helping of others.
Executive Officers and Directors
Each of the following people have agreed to assume their respective positions as officers and directors of the Company as of June 1, 1995.
William L. Roper Chief Executive Officer
Chairman Board of Directors
Mr. Roper received a B.A. degree in marketing from the University of Florida. He has spent 30 years in the corporate environment with such firms as Proctor and Gamble, Anderson Clayton, Stahl Meyer Meats and Borden Foods, Inc. An indication of his effectiveness is that during his four-year tenure as President and CEO of Borden Foods, Inc. over twenty new products were introduced and sales increased from $470 million to over $1.4 billion. Mr. Roper then became a partner of Hicks-Greist and advertising and marketing company. During his tenure, billings increased some 600 percent. Following the sale of the company, Mr. Roper then retired to Southern Florida. He first learned about Magnettotherapy from his personal use as it alleviated his back pain. Mr. Roper co-founded and started R.G.D. Technologies, Inc. in 1994 and introduced the magnet technique for pain relief to golf and tennis professionals and lay people in 1994.
Mr. Hubert Tibbetts
Member Board of Directors
Mr. Tibbetts has agreed to act as Interim President of the Company during the Company’s search for a permanent president. Mr. Tibbetts graduated from Harvard College. He was a Management Engineer for Metropolitan Life and a writer for North American Newspaper Alliance. From 1950-1961, Mr. Tibbetts served as Group Product Manager for Lever Brothers, US General Manager for Sales Sheriff Horsey and the Senior Vice President for Lennen and Newell. From 1961-1969 he was Executive Vice President and then President and CEO of Borden Foods, Inc. From 1969-1988 Mr. Tibbetts served as President and then Chairman and CEO of Thomas J. Lipton, Inc. During his tenure at Thomas J. Lipton, Inc. sales and profits increased for 19 consecutive years. Mr. Tibbetts has introduced and marketed over 40 new products, many of which are still sold in the marketplace. (Niagara Spray Starch, Lipton Cup of Soup, and Cremora are but a few of the brands.) Mr. Tibbetts has over 30 years experience at the CEO level.
Ms. Lisanne DiNapoli
Member Board of Directors
Ms. Di Napoli graduated from Providence College with a B.A. Degree in History in 1990. She was an Army ROTC Scholarship recipient. Ms. Di Napoli was Racquetball Team President, and a member of a team that ranked 7th nationally for two years. Ms. Di Napoli is currently a member of the Professional Golfers Association as an apprentice Golf Professional. She served as Tournament Coordinator at PGA National Golf Club, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida from 1992-1995. Along with Mr. Roper, Ms Di Napoli was a co-founder of the Company. Her experience in the golfing arena and knowledge of Magnetotherpay have been very beneficial to the growth of the Company.
Mr. Michael V. Gallagher, Jr. Vice President
Member Board of Directors
Mr. Gallagher graduated fro Wake Forest University, which he attended on a golf scholarship. Mr. Gallagher was a four-year team member on the Wake Forest Golf Team and was alternating captain with Arnold Palmer. Since 1960 Mr. Gallagher has been Head Golf Professional at various golf clubs, including: The Everglades Club, Palm Beach, Florida and PGA National Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Mr. Gallagher holds several golf course scoring records and qualified for the USGA Open in 1956, three USGA Senior Opens, and four PGA Senior Championships. In 1988 Mr. Gallagher won the South Florida Senior Championship. Mr. Gallagher has a great working knowledge of golf pro shop operations and the golfing profession as a whole.
Mr. Richard Hricak Member Board of Directors
Mr. Hricak was born in Belgium. He attended Engineering School and came to the United States in 1953. Mr. Hricak became interested in solar control window film and started his own company after developing, designing and building a coating and laminating machine for the manufacturer of solar film. He introduced and sold tinted film in over 48 countries. After 25 years in the solar control field, Mr. Hricak sold his interest in the company in 1991 and turned his entrepreneurial acumen to Magetotherapy. Mr. Hricak co-authored the book Discover of Magnetic Health, which is fast becoming a leading seller in the United States, Canada, England, Australia and Mexico. Mr. Hricak also developed a magnetic anti-pollution device for auto, truck or any combustion engine, which reduces carbon dioxide emissions. He received a patent for this device, which has been licensed to the Company for distribution. Mr. Hricak’s main focus in Magnetotherapy and the emission control arena.
Mr. Raymond H. Cralle’, R.P.T. Member Board of Directors
President, CEO of ZMP Management Corporation and past president and owner of Health Management Services, Inc. Mr. Cralle’, a registered Physical Therapist for 23 years, is a graduate of the University of Iowa with a certificate in Physical Therapy. He has been chairman of many special interest groups on a state and national basis in the American Physical Therapy Association, has authored many articles and been in private practice since 1972. Mr. Cralle’ has developed several joint ventures, including a pain center in West Palm Beach, Florida, and he had a controlling financial interest in twelve physical therapy centers that were sold in 1992 to two of the country’s leading publicly held rehabilitation companies. He continues to operate an out patient physical therapy center in Delray Beach, Florida.
Dr. Joseph Kleinkort, Ph.D, M.A., P.T. Member Board of Directors
Dr. Kleinkort is Senior Vice President of “Work Steps,” a Texas injury prevention organization providing services to Lockhead Missile and oil producing companies. A graduate of St. Louis University and Ball State University, he has been honored with many professional appointments in the Physical Therapy industry, including consultant to the Surgeon General of the United States Air Force. Dr. Kleinkort is in “Who’s Who in the World in 1995,” as well as “Who’s Who in Optical Science Engineering.” Dr. Kleinkort is listed in the Dictionary of International Biographies, and was a recipient of the prestigious St. Louis university alumni Merit Award. The Texas Physical Therapy Association named Dr. Kleinkort “Outstanding Therapist” in Texas in 1985. Dr. Kleinkort is a popular author and lecturer.
Mr. William Whaley Member Board of Directors
Mr. Whaley is Director of Golf at Ibis Golf and Country Club, West Palm Beach, Florida. He is President of the South Florida PGA section, and is on two national committees of the PGA of American Tournament Committee and Chairman of the PGA of America Credit Union. Mr. Whaley is also on the Southeast PGA Chapter Orals Committee. Since 1982 Mr. Whaley has won over eighty-two professional golf tournaments and is holder of eight course records. He has competed on golf tours in the United States, Asia, and Australia. Mr. Whaley is also and instructor for the Nicklaus/Flick golf schools across the country.
Dr. Carlton F. Hazelwood Member Board of Directors
Dr. Hazelwood graduated form Texas A&M University and received his Ph.D. in Medical Physiology from University of Tennessee. Dr. Hazelwood did post doctoral study at John Hopkins University. He is currently Professor, Department of Pediatrics and Department of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics at Baylor College of Medicine and Adjunct Professor at Rice Houston, Texas. Dr. Hazelwood was a founding member and member of the Board of Directors for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. He was Chairman, Committee of Peer Review, National Institute of Health Office of Alternative Medicine. Dr. Hazelwood has twenty-five plus years of Biomedical research in Physiology and Biophysics dealing with the living state in both health and disease. With over 100 major scientific papers published and editor of two books, Dr. Hazelwood is a world renowned author and lecturer. His latest abstract is written with R.L. Van Zandt, An Hypothesis Defining an Objective End Point for the Relief of Chronic Pain.
The Company will have a board of special advisors that it currently contemplates will consist of approximately 8 to 10 members. This board will advise the Company with respect to such matters as the Company may request, such as product line and business expansion.
Scientific and Medical Advisory Board
Based upon understanding the importance of conducting scientific and clinical research, the Board of Directors of Magnetherapy Inc. has established a Scientific and Medical Advisory Board.
Marko Markov, Ph.D.- Vice President of Research and Development for Magnetherapy, Inc. chairs the Board. Dr. Markov is a Professor of Biophysics with 28 years of experience studying the biological and clinical effects of various magnetic fields. He implemented the method of cell-free myosin phosphorylation for bioelectromagnetics research. Dr. Markov has published 86 papers in peer review journals and books and is one of the world’s experts in the clinical application of magnetic fields.
Raymond Cralle’, R.P.T.- Physical Therapist with over 25 years of experience in using electric and electromagnetic stimulation. Ray Cralle’ developed 13 Sports Medicine Centers in South Florida. He has participated in a number of rehabilitation programs and established a pain clinic in West Palm Beach, FL. Ray has held offices at both State and National levels in the American Physical Therapy Association and currently owns his own clinic in Delray Beach, FL.
Carlton Hazelwood, Ph.D.- Professor of Physiology, Baylor Collage of Medicine. Dr. Hazelwood has 20 years of experience using NMR for identification of important biological molecules and state of water in various pathological conditions. He has recently published a study on use of permanent magnets to help patients with post-polio syndrome.
Joe Kleinkort, P.T., Ph.D.- is the only Physical Therapist to be considered for nomination for the Nobel Prize. He has three decades of experience in application of magnetic, electric and electromagnetic stimulation in physical therapy.
Ronald Lawrence, M.D., Ph.D.- Is a respected neurologist who has been in the forefront of alternative medicine and has experience in areas of pain relief, sports medicine, and acupuncture. Dr. Lawrence is founder and President of the North American Academy of Magnetherapy.
Abraham Liboff, Ph.D.- Professor of Physics at Oakland University, Michigan. He is one of the world’s leading scientists in Bioelectromagnetics. Dr. Liboff is author of the ion cyclotron resonance hypothesis for explanation of magnetic fields bioeffects. His work on combined action of permanent and time varying magnetic fields is the basis for FDA approved modality for treatment of non-unions.
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Edgar D. Mitchell, Se.D.- Apollo XIV Astronaut- On January 31, 1971, Dr. Mitchell became the sixth man to walk on the moon. That historic journey was made in the company of Admiral Alan Shepard and Colonel Stuart Roosa. Scientist, test pilot, naval officer, astronaut, entrepreneur, author and lecturer, Dr. Mitchell’s extraordinary and varied career personifies humankind’s eternal thrust to widen its horizons as well as explore its inner soul. In 1973, a year after retiring from the U.S. Navy and the Astronaut Program, Dr. Mitchell founded the Institute of Noetic Sciences, which sponsors research in the nature of consciousness. He is co-founder of the Associate of Space Explorers, an international organization founded in 1984 for all who share the experience of space travel. Dr. Mitchell has served as Chairman of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, is President of Edgar Mitchell Productions, is a Public Speaker, Lecturer, Consultant and Author.
Arthur Pilla, Ph.D.- Director of Bioelectrochemistry Laboratory, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Dr. Pilla has invented a method for electromagnetic stimulation of non-unions and delayed fractures. His work on biophysical dosimetry and modeling bioeffects of various magnetic fields has been well recognized in bioelectromagnetics and clinical communities around the world.
Paul Rosch, Ph.D.- Senior Vice President of Medical and Regulatory Affairs for Magnetherapy, Inc. President of The American Institute of Stress in Yonkers, NY and Clinical Professor of Medicine and Psychiatry at New York Medical College. Dr. Rosch is a member of the Honorary Advisory Board of the Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Association, Board of Governors of Northwood University, and serves as Consultant to the Mensana Clinic, Biotonus Clinic in Switzerland, and other organizations involved in the delivery of health care.
Betty Sisken, Ph.D.- is a Research Professor, Center of Biomedical Engineering, University of Kentucky. Dr. Sisken has more than 15 years of experience in studying effects of various electromagnetic signals in nerve regeneration. Her model of stimulation of dorsal root ganglia is exceptionally well developed and has been proven effective with a number of physical and chemical stimulators.
William Tiller, Ph.D., M.A.- Is Professor of Material Science, Stanford University. He is one of the world’s leading authorities on the structure of matter. He has worked on interrelationship between man and his internal and external environment. Dr. Tiller is one of the pioneers in the area of subtle energy medicine.
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