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Staff Bios

Clinical Director

dr. Alexander Schuster,  1 Health Place, The Brain Wave Center, neurofeedbackDr. Alexander Schuster specializes in the use of neurofeedback to help address brain-related issues such as anxiety, depression, mood disorders, ADHD, memory issues, traumatic brain injuries, autism, sleep, deep relaxation states and more. In addition to his Level 1 and Level 2 training, he has also been trained in alpha-theta deep states, and is currently a candidate for BCIA certification. He is also a member of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB) and the Florida Society of Biofeedback.

Dr. Schuster received his Ph.D. in Medical Physics at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland, and perfected his research skills as post-doctoral fellow at the Department of Bioengineering at the University of California, San Diego. During his extensive training and work in medical research, he realized that in order to solve our current healthcare system crisis, an exclusive reliance on drugs and surgery may not be the answer. This led him to pursue additional schooling in Naturopathic Medicine at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, Tempe, AZ. As part of his passion to share his knowledge with others, he also teaches Anatomy & Physiology to nursing and physical therapy students as part-time faculty at Keiser University, Sarasota, FL.


Managing Director

Gregg Sledziewski, Managing Director,  1 Health Place, The Brain Wave Center, neurofeedbackThe job of managers is to get things done and the job of executives to know what’s worth doing in the first place. In 2007, in response to the health care crisis, Gregg took on an extensive research initiative to develop and establish an entity that would provide unbiased information and health care services to those looking to supplement their present health providers. This led to the founding of 1 Health Place International®, where Members could find answers to conflicting and often contradictory health information, allowing clients to take responsibility for their own health with state-of-the-art knowledge and resources. In 2012, Gregg came across neurofeedback and through research and personal experience, decided to pursue the establishment of a local NeuroIntegration Clinic.

Gregg’s path to leadership is documented with credentials from world-class institutions such as Binghamton University and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and professionally with FIMC, Assurant Group Consumer Services, Garden Way, Inc. and ECG Consulting Group, Inc. In addition to his Level 1 and Level 2 neurofeedback training, he has also been trained in alpha-theta deep states.


Medical Advisor

Dr. Stephen Feig,  1 Health Place, The Brain Wave Center, neurofeedbackDr. Feig is a family physician specializing in difficult to treat medical conditions, especially in the area of chronic fatigue, depression & anxiety, functional gastrointestinal disorders, endocrinology and general family medicine. He is regarded as an expert in therapeutic nutrition, anti-aging therapies and integrative medicine. He brings a unique and extensive background to 1 Health Place having successfully treated many thousands of patients with natural therapies. Dr. Feig's current focus with 1HPi is integrative approaches to mood disorders (anxiety & depression), withdrawing patients from psychiatric prescription medications and in positively changing brain electrical activity through EEG neurofeedback.

Dr. Feig has presented his work at professional medical conferences and he has been a popular speaker at health and wellness events throughout the USA. Dr. Feig has been the recipient of several distinguished appointments and honors. He has also served as an Adviser to the Board of Directors of the American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM) where he Chaired ACAM's Medical Education Outreach Committee, Public Relations and Marketing Committee and ACAM's Physician in Training Committees. In 2003, Dr. Feig served as Senior Special Advisor and faculty member for the EDCAM Complementary and Alternative Medicine Leadership Training Program under a grant from the National Institute of Health’s Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine.


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