Yale University School of Medicine

Dr. Sena is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Neurology at Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, USA,  
Visiting Faculty,  Internal Medicine Residency Program, Griffin Hospital. Derby, CT,  Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Sciences, Florida State University College of Medicine at  Lee Memorial Hospital,Fort Myers, Florida.


Dr. Sena is a Diplomat at American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry,  Certified Member of American Society of Neuro

Dr. Sena is also a member of American Academy of Neurology,  American Society of Neuro Rehabilitation and a Fellow at  Stroke Council, American Heart Association.

Dr. Sena is the author of numerous publications and a clinical investigator. 



Chief Scientific Officer

Gary Krasilovsky, PhD.  was Associate Professor & Director, Hunter College/Graduate Center DPT Program of the City University of New York. He has been a clinician, educator, and researcher for almost forty years. He earned his PhD. from New York University. His career included ten years at the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine of NYU, where he worked as a clinician, researcher, and received advanced training and mentoring in the electrodiagnostic department. His career includes working at the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy clinic based at Rusk Institute and Norwalk hospital.  Gary teaches clinical neurology, adult neurological rehabilitation, electroneuromyography and therapeutic exercise. He has published in various peer-reviewed journals and has written textbooks with an emphasis on neurology based topics. Dr. Krasilovsky is also certified as a Schroth Scoliosis Therapist.



Lead, Women's Health

Tiffany is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of in Pelvic Floor Rehab  at Hunter College, New York. Tiffany received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from City University , New York and she is pursuing her PhD in Physical Therapy at Nova Southeastern University.  


Medical Advisory Board Member

Dr. DeAndre W. Caldwell, DPT, ATC, Cert. MDT, TPS is the Physical Therapy Program Manager of a large hospital based outpatient physical therapy clinic in Delaware.


DeAndre is passionate about helping people recover from orthopedic  injuries, back pain and chronic pain. He desires that each person be treated with the same care and compassion he
would want his mom treated with. He believes every pain is similar to the check engine light on a car, ready to be diagnosed and addressed.

DeAndre accomplishes his passion of delivering exceptional care through his dual credential in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT—McKenzie method) and therapeutic pain specialization (TPS).
He regularly lectures on topics of treating spinal pathology as well as chronic pain at the collegiate level,
national conferences and locally. When working with patients, DeAndre draws on his rich 18 year experience of working in rehabilitation which spans working with the New York Giants, Magee Rehabilitation Hospital and serving the Smyrna- Dover area for over 12 years. DeAndre has a message of hope that the body is extremely adaptable and there is often a chance for positive change.



Head of Clinical Research

Dr.Sunder holds an MD Degree in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation from  DR.MGR Medical University, India. Dr.Sunder did his Post Graduate Diploma in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation from Madras Medical College at the premier Government Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, Chennai, India. He was the recipient of the Lady Tata Memorial Research Scholarship, for a project on Rehabilitation of Upper Extremity Amputees, and was trained in Washington DC as an evaluator for a NIH funded program on Muscular Dystrophy. He is an internationally certified GCP principal investigator for clinical trials and travels internationally regularly to participate in research trials.



Clinical Researcher

Dr. Ahmed Mohamed Elmissiri received his MD in Cardiology and PhD. in Cardiovascular Medicine from Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt. He is currently an assistant professor of cardiovascular medicine at Ain Shams University. 



Clinical Researcher

Dr. Alejandra Veronica Nava received her MD in Surgery from University of Zulia, Venezuela. Dr. Nava has worked as a researcher at Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine, Division of Anesthesiology and Critical Care at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX.  



Harvard Medical School

Dr. Edwards is an Associate Professor of Anesthesia and a licensed clinical psychologist in the Pain Management Center at Brigham & Women’s Hospital / Harvard Medical School.

He attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham, completing a Ph.D. in Medical Psychology and a Master’s in Public Health. He then completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Pain Psychology at Johns Hopkins, before joining the faculty in Psychiatry there. He moved to Brigham & Women’s Hospital in 2008. Dr. Edwards functions in a clinical capacity as a psychologist at the BWH Pain Management Center, where his responsibilities include assessment and treatment of chronic pain patients referred to the Pain Center.


He screens for candidacy for opioid therapy and implantable devices and offers behavioral medicine services such as biofeedback and CBT for pain management. He functions as a research mentor to junior faculty members in several Departments and institutions, he has published numerous scientific articles, reviews, and book chapters on pain, and he serves on the editorial boards of several pain and psychology journals. He has leadership positions in the American Pain Society (APS) and the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP).

Dr. Edwards is an NIH-funded clinical researcher whose work focuses on biobehavioral aspects of acute and chronic pain. Specifically, he studies individual differences in pain responses, and the neurobiological mechanisms by which psychosocial processes shape those individual differences. Some of his current NIH-funded work focuses on the impact of pain-related catastrophizing on neuroendocrine and inflammatory responses to pain, as well as individual differences in central nervous system pain processing, and their implications for long-term pain-related outcomes.

Dr. Edwards is presently involved in several post-operative pain studies that attempt to characterize risk and protective factors that influence the trajectory of long-term pain after surgery. He is also involved in several studies that use functional neuroimaging techniques to assess the neurobiology of pain-related thoughts and emotions. In addition, his research group is working in the area of predicting and preventing misuse of opioids by patients with persistent pain. Psychosocial processes such as catastrophizing and negative affect are strongly associated with opioid misuse, and cognitive-behavioral interventions appear to be effective in targeting these factors and enhancing compliance with recommended medication regimens. Finally, Dr. Edwards’ research group is conducting multiple randomized, controlled trials of non-pharmacologic treatments for patients with chronic pain.



Harvard Medical School

Dr. Lazaridou is currently a researcher at the Anesthesiology department at Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School. 

The focus of her work has been on the effects of cognitions and emotions on physiological responses to painful stimuli. Current studies include an investigation of how pain affects the human immune system, and how psychosocial processes such as negative emotions (e.g catastrophizing) may magnify the physiological impact of pain. More recently, several of her ongoing projects evaluate the effects of behavioral interventions for chronic pain, anxiety, depression and opioid use disorder (e.g., cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and yoga.)


Medical Advisory Board Member

Dr. Theva is a Rising Star and a Key Opinion Leader in Bladder Health & Reconstructive Urology with extensive publications and clinical  trial experience. A Commonwealth Scholar from Boston University, Dr. Theva is currently a fellow in Female Incontinence and Reconstructive Urology at Bladder Health & Reconstructive Urology Institute, Miramar, Florida.                                                               



Emeritus Product Visionary, Father of Cognitive Science

Dr. Gordon Silverman the "GO" in JOGO is Professor Emeritus and Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Manhattan College. His professional career spans more than 50 years of corporate, teaching, consulting, and research experience, during which he has developed a range of scientific instruments, particularly for use in physiological psychology research environments. He is the holder of eight patents, some related to behavior modification. The author of more than 20 journal articles and books, he has also served on the faculties of The Rockefeller University and Fairleigh Dickinson University. Dr. Silverman s research interests included telemedicine, rehabilitation medicine, artificial intelligence, and biomedical instrumentation and modeling. Dr. Silverman is the co-author of the book "Cognitive Science, An Introduction to the Study of Mind"

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Clinical Researcher

Jelena Otasevic, MD graduated from The School of Medicine, University of Belgrade, Serbia.  Jelana is currently  a resident medical doctor at Clinic for Gynecology and Obstetrics in Belgrade. 

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Clinical Researcher

Dr. Ahmad Alsayes received his MBBS from Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt. He currently practices at the Alexandria University Hospital.


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