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Jason Tebeau
President & CEO

Jason Tebeau has over 20 years of entrepreneurial leadership and product development experience in a wide range of technologies and markets. He is the founder of Da Vinci Medical and an inventor with expertise ranging from architectural CAD/CAM software development to health and consumer product marketing and sales. Jason was among the early adopters of website business models and was using Search Engine Optimization before it became an acronym.

Architecturally-trained and deeply connected to science and technology through family and personal interests, his early success resulted from developing software products to enhance one of the world's leading CAD applications. He subsequently led the International Support team for Daikin Labs which deployed the first DVD-authoring software to the motion picture and music industry. This laid the foundation for his philosophy of exceptional technical support as a core aspect of business and client success. 

Jason has invented multiple consumer products that were distributed by big-box stores, such as Target and Walgreens, and sold on the QVC television shopping network. During the past decade he has concentrated on health and wellness products for personal and professional improvement. He developed the protocol and coined the phrase "Super EWOT," the process of breathing high concentrations of oxygen during magnetic resonance (PEMF) therapy to super-saturate blood plasma for enhanced performance. He also founded (Exercise with Oxygen Therapy), which has become well-known worldwide by professional athletes, wellness-warriors and self- improvement disciples. Most recently, he is the creator of the Earth+Wind+Fire Superhuman Protocol which offers a whole-body solution to naturally resolving health issues. 

Jason has been featured on Bill Henderson's radio show (best-selling author of "Cancer Free"), was interviewed in 2017 as an expert advisor in Chiropractic Economics Magazine, and consults with clients around the world on developing and marketing new products. He has built, and helped his customers build, multiple companies from the ground up that exceeded million-dollar volumes within 1-2 years. His expertise in marketing and driving customers to a business, whether a thriving or struggling practice, is invaluable and core to his success with clients. 

Jason holds numerous patents and trademarks. He has been featured in a diverse range of publications, books and websites. 

Timothy L. Brooks, M.S.
Vice President of Sales


Mr. Brooks brings over 30 years of experience in the Life Science industry to Da Vinci Medical. His wide-ranging career progressed from academic and industrial research to sales, marketing management and executive positions for the introduction of new bioscience, laboratory automation and clinical technologies. He has represented market-leading products and services for global healthcare companies including Beckman Coulter, Bio-Rad Laboratories and Quest Diagnostics. Mr. Brooks received a B.A. in Biology from UC San Diego and a M.S. in Biochemistry from UC San Francisco.​



Dr. Thomas Incledon, PhD

Dr. Incledon is the founder and CEO of Causenta Wellness, and the Causenta Cancer Treatment Center in Arizona.

From working with NFL, MLB, MMA, world-class athletes and even as the White House health advisor, his reputation of personalized medicine and cutting-edge technologies has put him on the map for caring for some of the most powerful people in the world, making him one of the most sought-after healthcare professionals of all times.

P. Tennent Slack, MD

A native of Gainesville, Georgia, Dr. Slack earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Physics at the Georgia Institute of Technology and his Doctor of Medicine from Emory University School of Medicine, where he also completed a residency in Anesthesiology. He practiced Anesthesiology in Atlanta for 14 years before completing a fellowship in Pain Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia. In 2009, Dr. Slack returned to Gainesville to practice Pain Medicine exclusively. He is a member of the Georgia Medical Association and the Georgia Society of Interventional Pain Physicians.  Dr. Slack is board certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology in both Pain Medicine and Anesthesiology.

Dr. Slack has served as co-chair of the Medical Association of Georgia Foundation’s Think About It campaign for the past 6 years. The Think About It campaign is dedicated to reducing the number of prescription opioid overdose deaths through education of both the public and prescribers.


Jason Hammond, M.D.
Dr. Hamond is an accomplished orthopedic surgeon, entrepreneur, inventor, and author. Trained at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine for medical school and residency, he specializes in sports medicine and regenerative medicine. He has written a book explaining stem cell therapy called, The GUUD Book on Stem Cells for Joint Pain.  He is the CEO of AireSupport, an orthopedic health company, and is active in innovation and product development.  His first patented product is licensed for surgical use worldwide by Arthrex and he has another patent pending product in development.  He currently acts as a medical advisor for the Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering and Design. 

Kenneth Totz, DO FACEP
Dr. Kenneth Totz DO FACEP is a practicing board certified Emergency Physician. He received his undergraduate degree in Biology at St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas. He then earned his medical degree at Midwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. He completed a transitional internship at Portsmouth Naval Hospital in Portsmouth, Virginia and then Flight Surgery training at the Naval Operations Medical Institute in Pensacola, Florida during his twelve year Naval career. Dr. Totz subsequently moved back to his hometown of Houston, Texas to complete a residency in Emergency Medicine at The University of Texas at Houston. During his last year of residency, Dr. Totz was bitten by a patient, while attempting to navigate an orogastric tube into position. That was the epiphany moment that lead to the creation of Intubix. 

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