Dr. Ira Shapira specializes in reconstructive and cosmetic dentistry, implant rehabilitation, dental implants, pain and headache management, TMJ disorders, research and treatment of snoring and sleep apnea, anti-aging medicine, and stem cell research for collection of non-embryonic stem cells, for treatment of chronic disease and life extension. He currently holds four issued patents in this area and hope to make major changes in the practice of anti-aging medicine and is involved in the extension of longer healthier lives.
Dr. Sharma is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiology. He is Assistant Professor of Medicine at Rush Medical College in Chicago, and is full Fellow of American College of Cardiology. He is one of few physicians in the USA to be included in the “Guide to Top Physicians of America” four times, in 2003, 2006, 2007 and 2008.”
Dina Golbin-Hallett, D.O. is an Otolaryngology physician; she is a fourth generation physician in her family. Dina is a Chicago native who attended University of Illinois at Chicago and then proceeded on to Midwestern University in Chicago for medical school. During this time she also worked as a certified sleep technician (RPST) and was an instructor at Sleep and Behavior Medicine Institute’s School for Polysomnography Technicians.
Dr. Best is board Certified in Nuclear Medicine, Professor at the University of Illinois Medical Center, Chicago and has 30 years experience in Academic Nuclear Medicine and since 1993 has been focusing on Brain SPECT. In 1996, Dr. Best spent a sabbatical year at the National Institute of Health, Laboratory of Neurosciences, in Bethesda MD, to further his expertise in brain image processing and clinical Neurosciences.