Prior to joining balanceback™ he was Division Manager of both the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and the Flight Controls Division. During his time with the Air Force, Dr. Scarpino managed the development of advanced communications and navigation systems. He oversaw Air Force’s first in-flight, real time information management system; a multiple-processor, software-intensive systems for use on high performance fighter aircraft.
Dr. Scarpino’s publication history includes authoring the 1998 book VHDL and AHDL Digital Systems Implementation (Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference, www. Phptr.com/scarpino). He is also co-author of recent papers on the manufacturing of high-speed, high electron mobility (25 GHz), gallium-arsenide transistors, wavelet processing methods and the science of producing quality, error free software. He is currently working on a book with Prentice Hall titled VHDL and Verilog HDL Digital System Implementation.
Dr. Salvatore Gruttadauria, AuD, SLP
Dr. Gruttadauria is CEO of Diversified Hearing Services, where he leads a group of more than 120 medical professionals who specialize in providing evidenced-based solutions to patients suffering from hearing, balance, vestibular, speech and other disorders. In addition, he serves as the Vice President for the Speech and Hearing Association of Western New York, and is the Audiology Government Affairs Representative for the New York State Speech, Language Association. He has also served as their President, Treasurer, and Audiology Delegate-at-Large in the past.
Over the course of his decorated career, Dr. Gruttaduaria has received numerous awards, including the Scholar Award for Continuing Education from the American Academy of Audiology. He has also received the Distinguished Service Award from the New York State Speech, Language, Hearing Association and the Man of Honor Award from the Tonawanda News.
This cutting-edge technique is often the least invasive way to provide treatment, which minimizes patient risk and improves patient health outcomes. Interventional radiologists can now treat many conditions that previously required surgery, reducing infection rates, recovery time and the duration of hospital stays.
Dr. Martin completed a four-year internship and residency program at Stanford University after graduating from the University of Utah School of Medicine. He also has an impressive publication history, including “Restoration of disk height through non-surgical spinal decompression,” which can be found in the US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2912793/).