Deborah Ardolf, ND is a uniquely trained naturopathic physician. Besides her doctorate degree, she obtained a Masters in Speech Language Pathology. Through this degree she obtained exceptional medical experience in trauma, neurology, substance abuse, infectious disease, auto-immunity, and oncology through the Veterans Administration and The Queens Medical Center. On her pursuit to a doctorate degree in naturopathic medicine, she studied with a Researcher who focused a majority of his work in the field of Immunology. Ironically, his treatment approach favored the natural, self-treating-self approach. He perfected many highly effective and all natural treatment techniques, discovered buried in the research literature. Dr. Ardolf is now practicing naturopathic medicine in the state of Hawaii. Her emphasis continues to be in immunology as this is where she can make the greatest impact on the health of mankind. She can be contacted at (808) 498-4018. To find out more information, view her website www.drardolf.com
Howard Hindin, DDS Howard Hindin is the co-founder of the Hindin Center for Whole Health Dentistry. A graduate of New York University Dental School, Dr. Hindin is a pioneer in the field of integrating the medical and dental needs of patients. He was one of the first practitioners to eliminate the use of mercury filling from his practice.
Dr. Hindin is the first dentist to be elected to the Board of ACAM. He is co-founder of the American Academy of Physiological Medicine and Dentistry, (AAPMD), created to raise awareness and to provide education, training and research on the far-reaching, often unrecognized effects of airway/sleep disorders. The AAPMD is a practitioner and patient organization emphasizing the importance of a team approach. READ COMPLETE BIO
Carol L. Hunter, PhD, PMHCNS, CNP
Dr. Carol Hunter, PhD, PMHCNS, CNP, has been in clinical practice as an advanced practice nurse specializing in mental health for the last 29 years. In the course of treating those with mental disorders, Dr. Hunter learned early on about the importance of diet and exercise as treatment modalities. As an avid organic gardener for the last 44 years, her recipes always contain the freshest ingredients possible. As a fitness enthusiast, she not only was certified for many years as a group exercise instructor and personal fitness trainer but also completed two years of doctoral work in the exercise science program at the University of New Mexico before completing her degree in health education.
Richard Jaffe, Esq.
Richard Jaffe is a health care litigator, counselor and crisis manager, focusing on cutting-edge medical/legal issues.
He represents practitioners, clinics, companies and health related organizations in complex health care regulatory matters throughout the United States, especially legal cases and investigations brought by federal and state government agencies. He has extensive experience in FDA matters, including clinical trials and new drug issues, Medicare and insurance fraud, professional licensure and criminal and civil scheduled drug prescribing problems.
He has extensive experience in the stem cell field, both in the criminal and civil sides, and also works on matters involving dietary supplements.
He has also filed federal civil rights, RICO and similar actions for health care practitioners and organizations against insurance companies and state officials, and has obtained precedent setting decisions.
The American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to educating physicians and other health care professionals on the safe and effective application of integrative medicine.