Ingeborg Dziedzic M.D. was born in Zagreb Croatia; her father was a professor and her mother a teacher.  High school years were spent in Great Britain before coming to Fordham University where she majored in biology and philosophy.  After attending Albert Einstein Medical School she took an internship in pediatrics at Medical College of Pennsylvania, PA and then residency in ophthalmology at Montefiore Hospital Medical Center, NY. During her training she did research at Mt. Sinai and Fordham with Dr. Donald Clarke, worked at Sloan Kettering and at the vascular research lab at Montefiore with Dr. Theodore Spade. She is a clinical professor at Montefiore Hospital Medical Center and attending at Northern Westchester Hospital in Mt. Kisco NY.  She is board certified by the American Academy of Antiaging Medicine where she is an active member.  Her private practice of ophthalmology led her to appreciate the systemic influences which play a major role in all aspects of health, including the eye health.  The main focus of the practice today is prevention of all diseases and slowing down both the visible and invisible aging.  She is an expert at noninvasive cosmetic procedure, nutritional and herbal support and all aspects of disease prevention.  She is a physician on the panel of and practices BHRT and hormonal optimization for men and women of all ages.

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                                                                                     Dr. Ingeborg Dziedzic M.D.



John Dziedzic, Ph.D., M.D. was born in a small town near Scranton PA to a coal mining family.  His interest in science dates back to early years when he experimented with his brothers in the basement of their home.  He and his two brothers all pursued a career in chemistry.  He received his BS in Chemistry from Scranton University followed by PhD in Biochemistry at Fordham University under mentor ship of Dr. Donald Clarke.  He spent 3 years as a post-doctoral fellow in neurochemistry at the Staten Island Institute of Mental Health.  His interest in medicine lead him to study at Temple University Medical School in Philadelphia and continued his medical studies at New York Medical College obtaining MD degree, followed by an internal medicine internship at New Rochelle hospital, NY. He then had his residency in Anesthesiology at Montefiore Medical Center, NY.  His scientific background has provided a rich platform for understanding aging and disease processes, and with his wife he practices disease prevention while still being an active anesthesiologist. He has attended numerous scientific and research symposium. He is versatile in cutting edge procedures, including use of stem cells for rejuvenation.  He is interested in systemic disease prevention, eye disease prevention and Epigenetics.


                                                                                   Dr. John Dziedzic Ph.D.,M.D.

Obecano Anti-Aging and Preventive Medicine