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Meet Our Team

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Ed Eckert, PhD

President & CEO

Dr. C. Edward Eckert has an extensive background in chemical engineering with a PhD in Materials Science. He has in excess of 150 patents in materials processing and oxygenation therapy technologies, and currently specializes in aqueous oxygenation therapy and delivering the benefits of dermal absorption of oxygen.

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Richard Finn LMT, CMTPT, MCSTT

Pain Management Advisor

Richard is a graduate of the Academy of Myotherapy and Physical Fitness and the Academy of Health Sciences (Fort Sam Houston USAR – Physical Therapy Specialist). He earned his CMT through the Life Credit Program at the Colorado School of Healing Arts. He is a Board Certified member of the National Association of Myofascial Trigger Point Therapists, and served as president from 1992-94.

Richard has served on the Board of Advisors of the Fibromyalgia Research Foundation, and on the Executive Committee of the National Association of Myofascial Trigger Point Therapists. He has coauthored a set of wall charts of muscle length tests with C. M. Shifflett and a textbook Myofascial Pain Syndrome: Manual Trigger Point & S-EMG Biofeedback Therapy Methods with Gabriel Sella MD. Richard is the developer of the Fusion Movemenet System.

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Michael Hutchinson, D.V.M.

Veterinary Medicine Advisor 

A leading practitioner in stem cell therapy, Dr. Mike Hutchinson, D.V.M., is a highly sought-after speaker at national and international veterinary conferences on the uses of animal stem cells. He has also co-authored a study on serotypes of bovine astrovirus, published in the Journal of Clinical Microbiology. Dr. Mike opened Animal General, a full-service veterinary hospital in 2001. The western Pennsylvania practice has grown to a diverse team of four doctors and six technicians. Among his 20,000 surgeries over 31 years of practicing veterinary medicine, he has performed more than 1000 Adipose-Derived Stem Cell procedures on dogs, cats, horses, camels, and a bird.

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