Dr. Anju Usman is director of True Health Medical Center in Naperville, Illinois. She specializes in biomedical interventions for children with ADD, Autism and related disorders. She has been involved in research involving copper/zinc imbalances, metallothionein dysfunction, biofilm related infections and hyperbaric oxygen therapy. She is also co-founder of ACE (Autism Center for Enlightenment) a non-profit organization which supports research, education and biomedical therapies for families in need. Dr. Usman received her medical degree from Indiana University. She completed a residency in Family Practice at Cook County Hospital, in Chicago, Illinois and is board certified in Family Practice. Suruchi Chandra, MD Dr. Chandra is a board certified psychiatrist who uses a holistic and integrative approach to help those with challenging psychological and behavioral issues. She has an undergraduate degree from Harvard and a medical degree from Yale University. After medical school, she completed a psychiatry residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital/McLean Hospital combined program at Harvard Medical School. She also has extensive training in integrative and holistic approaches. She lectures frequently at biomedical and functional medicine seminars and conferences, including the practitioner training seminars at the Autism Research Institute.
Tracy Bongiorno, PA-C Tracy received her Masters in Physician assistant studies at Finch University of Health Sciences/The Chicago Medical School. There she studied many areas of medicine, with a special interest in pediatrics. She also received her B.A. in psychology from the University of Iowa. Tracy has worked in the area of biomedical interventions, specializing in autism and ADD, since 2003. She has especially been touched by autism through her nephew and has grown a deeper understanding through the journey he has led her on. Tracy continues to work closely with Dr. Usman and the True Health Medical Staff to guide our families through the different biomedical interventions for autism and related disorders.
Patty Fallon, RN Patty earned her diploma from Little Company of Mary HospitalSchool of Nursing and her BSN from Lewis University. She has more than 24 years of experience intreating neurological disorders. For thelast 11 years, Patty has worked directly with Dr. Usman on developing innovative biomedical intervention strategies for children on the spectrum. Kelly Hoyle, RN