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Dr. Claudia Cooke

A graduate of Tulane University Medical School, Dr. Claudia Cooke has been certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, and is currently certified by the Board of Physicians and Surgeons. She also has Physician Certification in Acupuncture in New York State. Dr. Cooke was previously honored with election to Fellowship in the American College of Physicians and is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture.

Dr. Cooke honed her clinical skills for over twelve years in emergency medicine and is deeply versed in emergency care and its varying perspectives. Five years were spent in one of New York City’s busiest ERs where she cared for over 20,000 patients in the acute care setting.

She holds an appointment as an Affiliate Physician at New York-Presbyterian Hospital’s Columbia division. She has served as Clinical Preceptor both in Physical Diagnosis at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons for 22 years and in the past in Acupuncture to the previously existing UCLA School of Medicine’s Medical Acupuncture for Physicians course.


Dr. Michael Fox

Dr. Michael W. Fox, DSc, PhD, BVet Med, MRCVS is a well-known veterinarian, former vice president of The Humane Society of the United States, former vice president of Humane Society International, and the author of more than 40 books on animal care and behavior, and bioethics.

Dr. Fox is known as a sharp and eloquent critic of the biotechnology industry as a whole and of the FDA and USDA in particular. As a professor, bioethicist, and veterinarian, Dr. Fox has spearheaded the movement to foster the ethical treatment of animals since 1976. Besides writing and lecturing worldwide, Dr. Fox has appeared on The Tonight Show and has spoken about bioethics and conscious food choices on National Public Radio, The Today Show, and National Geographic Society specials. 


Dr. Karen Gellman

Dr. Karen Gellman holds DVM and PhD degrees from Cornell University in animal locomotion biomechanics. She has advanced training and certification in veterinary acupuncture and veterinary chiropractic, and has practiced these and other holistic modalities since 1995.  She teaches about posture, biomechanics and holistic therapies to veterinarians world wide, is research director of Maximum Horsepower Research and practices holistic veterinary medicine in New York State, and on a consulting basis.


Geoff D’Arcy

Geoff D'Arcy Lic. Ac,. DOM, has been a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist for 38 years. He sees patients and is Director of D'Arcy Wellness Center + Spa in Natick, Massachusetts.  Geoff has co-founded two previous large integrative medical centers in Massachusetts. He is president of D’Arcy Naturals, Inc., a company that produces all natural herbal formulas for humans and herbal formulas for pets. He is married to Po, his business partner, and has two daughters who both work at the Wellness Center +Spa.

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Dr. Paula Jo

Dr. Paula Jo ( PJ ) Broadfoot attended Kansas State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science and Industry, with an emphasis in Genetics. Dr. Broadfoot graduated Cum Laude from Kansas State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1981.

Dr. Broadfoot started her own practice in Van Buren Arkansas in 1982. Early on, she developed an interest in the nutritional aspects of healing, which has progressed over the past 18 years into a holistically oriented veterinary practice. PJ was hired in 2001 as a veterinary consultant for Heel, a global leader in the field of scientifically based modern homeopathy, and has presented lectures on homotoxicology in Philadelphia, Phoenix, Dallas, Los Angeles, and Houston, including an annual workshop in conjunction with the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA) in Denver since 2004. She has also lectured internationally for the Vetri-Science Company, a recognized authority in the research and product development of high quality supplements for large and small animals.

She is a member of the AVMA, the Arkansas VMA, and the AHVMA, and has had articles published in the U.S. and Europe. Interviewed for The Truth About Pet Cancer 2018 online series with Ty Bollinger.

She has co-written books, including “Integrating Complementary Medicine into Veterinary Practice”.

WILLIAM C. DOMB, DMD  Curriculum vitae. Bill is a founder of the American Academy for Oral Systemic Health, AAOSH, and the producer of the website  He founded the International Association of Ozone in Healthcare, currently its immediate past president.

Bill restricted his practice to teaching and working with research patients for some years and has now begun only teaching and consulting.  The various uses of ozone in the dental practice have occupied Bill for the last two decades, and he has taught many courses in the US and overseas looking at practical applications in many areas of dentistry and medicine.

He has been dental advisor to a Sjogren’s Syndrome group and Director of the Inland Institute of Aesthetic Dentistry.  Dr. Domb sat on the faculty of local dental and medical schools and has chaired the Council on Dental Health for the California Dental Association.

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Bill Domb


Marcia Zais

Marcia Zais has been an animal communicator and energy healer since 1989. She was introduced to energy medicine and metaphysical practices through the Silva Method in 1978. She began studying Qigong healing and Tai Chi in 1985 from Gin Soon Chu in Boston and has since studied and is certified in other healing modalities including Reiki, Tong Ren, allergy clearing based on NAET, and Ho’oponopono. She has studied and worked with Shamans from different cultures, and combines many modalities in her healing practice with both animals and humans alike.
When she began teaching animal communication in 1996, she included in her training a simple Qigong form that yielded significant improvement in the conditions presented. We are all made of energy, and when healing energy is sent it can yield a powerful change emotionally, spiritually and physically, bringing harmony to our cells and into our spirit.
Marcia’s work extends to end of life care and bereavement. She and her dog Curly are hospice volunteers for humans.

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