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Tom Ryan - 

Head Wrestling Coach, The Ohio State University

2015 NCAA Wrestling Team Champions
Division I Wrestling Coach of the Year 2015 

"2015 was a hard year with setbacks, tragedies, upsets and tough competition to win the title. Without Dr. Gharbo's help over the last 3 years, I don't think my team or my staff would have our current vision and mindset. He has mentored me and created opportunities to better our student-athletes. Many of the principles we now live by have been more clearly defined and executed. He has the unique gift of simplifying the things that humans make complex."

Professor Mark Reimer - 
Director of Christopher Newport University Wind Ensemble & the Torggler Institute.

“Working with Dr. Gharbo has breathed new energy into the life of the CNU Wind Ensemble. We had our best overall concert in my 24 years here.”
​The culture shift process is published in the prestigious Research in Music Education; by the famed Westminster College of Music. July 2017.  

​Jason A. Smith, DO, FAOASM
Medical Director of Sports Medicine, Mercy Health, Toledo Ohio

"​Physician burnout is a real thing. I broke down and let the small things get to me. I was skeptical, but I reluctantly accepted an offer for training. I found the science behind ANS rehabilitation is undeniable.  I am now able to stop, shift and decide to change directions.  The behavior is now imprinted and the changes in me are permanent.  I now regularly give talks to both providers and the lay public on how this simple technique can positively influence their lives."

John Krikorian - Head Men's Basketball Coach,

Christopher Newport University

2016 NCAA Division III Basketball Final Four Appearance      ​

Division III Basketball Coach of the Year 2016

Second best season defensive field goal percentage in Division III basketball history 2017

"Dr. Gharbo’s work with our team and with me personally have been a game changer. We have completely shifted our team culture resulting in better retention, less needless conflict, and higher performance standards. Understanding a little physiology is a must for coaches, leaders and players."

Michelle Bozarth - Professional Triathlete,

Neurosurgery Physician Assistant

"I had a huge performance anxiety sleep problem prior to big races, leaving me exhausted mentally and physically before it even started. I was able to rest better prior to races and have achieved my best performances since using the tools. I was able to extend myself further utilizing the techniques during competition at times when I was vulnerable to mentally beating myself. Calming my mind and reorienting allowed me to tangibly improve the biking performance segment. I have no doubt the techniques aided in my success."

ANS Rehabilitation for Pain Management

"It's insane how much these techniques I learned in the hospital's "It's Both" project have helped my household and my daughter."  

- Tori Keener PTA, Riverside Regional Medical Center

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