Dr. Martin Denbar
Diplomat, American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine
Assistant Clinical Professor Texas A&M University School of Medicine
Dr. Martin Denbar has been involved with the field of airway management since 1995 when he introduced the field of Oral Appliance Therapy to Central Texas. He has been a Diplomate with the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine since 1999, is presently an Assistant Clinical Professor at Texas A&M School of Medicine and has lectured and published on a local, regional and national basis. His presentations have ranged from study groups, Dental and Nursing Schools and medical and dental professional society meetings.
As a practicing clinician he has treated thousands of patients using Oral Appliance Therapy and in 2012 developed a proprietary advanced clinical and billing seminar for the field of Oral Appliance Therapy called “The Clinical and Billing Aspect of Dental Sleep Medicine”. Having no commercial sponsors for his seminar, Dr. Martin Denbar has been able to provide an unbiased clinical and business guide that is patient oriented for dentists seeking to enter the field of Dental Sleep Medicine.
In 2014 Dr. Martin Denbar became the creator and founder of High Performance Breathing Technology, LLC (HPBT). He combined two separate proven treatment modalities into an enhance training protocol that allows for significant improvement in endurance, stamina, mental acuity and performance that is drug free.
Mark Andrew Zwartynski
Mr. Zwartynski is a published author and editor in sports and entertainment, recording/performing artist, veteran sports and entertainment business development, public relations, communications, technology, management, marketing and finance executive has taken on the role of Managing General Partner and Chief Business and Revenue Development Officer.
Mr. Zwartynski, Chairman of The Mark Andrew Group, has held senior management positions with the NBA Indiana Pacers/Market Square Arena, Dallas Mavericks/Reunion Arena (planning team for the American Airlines Center-Dallas, TX), IHL Milwaukee Admirals/Bradley Center, USHL Muskegon Lumberjacks/L.C. Walker Arena, Allen Event Center Arena, Pan American Games and has represented professional athletes and coaches, recording artists, high net worth public relations clients and promoted concerts.
He is a forerunner in sports and entertainment sales and marketing automation Internet and mobile technology, sports and entertainment broadcasting producer/director and the creator of millions of dollars of sports sponsorships and ticket sales. Mr. Zwartynski oversees the day to day management, business development and revenue growth operations of HPBT.
Gregory Carter, M.D. PhD.
Gregory Carter, M.D. PhD. is currently on the staff of the Sleep and Breathing Disorders Center at St. Paul University Hospital and the Director of the Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program of UT Southwestern Medical Center. Previously, he was Chief of the Neurology and Sleep Medicine Section of the VA Medical Center in Dallas. At the VAMC he spent 25 years involved in basic and clinical research.
He has also served as principal investigator in a study of acute pharmacological intervention in new strokes (1995) and was a co-investigator in the NIH-sponsored ACE trial of aspirin and carotid endarterectomy, as well as, a NIAAA study of alcoholism. More recently he has been involved in applied research on the use of ambulatory cardiorespiratory sleep studies while continuing research in stroke. Gregory Carter, M.D. PhD. has assumed the role of Director of Medicine for HPBT.
David Craig, LAT ATC
David Craig, 2016 inductee into the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame, graduated from Purdue University working under the legendary William “Pinky” Newell. After working summer camps with the NFL’s Detroit Lions and Minnesota Vikings, David spent the next 35 years as the athletic trainer for the Indiana Pacers. During his time with the Pacers, David was part of two ABA championship teams.
He was the first president of the Indiana Athletic Trainers’ Association and in 1993 won the organization’s “Professional Clinician/Athletic Trainer of the Year” Award. In 1995, he was inducted into the IATA Hall of Fame. He served as the athletic trainer for the Eastern Conference in the 1985 and 1996 NBA All-Star Games. In 2001, he won the Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award from the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. In 2003, he was named the recipient of the Joe O’Toole NBA Athletic Trainer of the Year Award and served as the athletic trainer for the 2003 Pan American Games in Santo Domingo.
David received a Distinguished Alumnus Award from Purdue University. In 2004, he served as one of the athletic trainers for the U.S. men’s Olympic basketball team in Greece and continues to work with several USOC teams, collegiate, professional athletes as well as the general public. David was also honored as a distinguished “Sagamore of the Wabash” by the Governor of Indiana.
Mark K. Sullivan
Mark K. Sullivan serves as High Performance Breathing Techology, LLC General Counsel. He oversees all legal matters internationally on behalf of HPBT.
Mark K. Sullivan practices in a variety of areas including criminal defense, business formation and operational issues, professional licencing and disciplinary litigation, healthcare matters, and personal injury.
A native of Indianapolis Indiana, Mark received his Bachelor’s Degree at St. Joseph’s College in 1974 and went on to attend the University of Louisville School of Law where he received his degree in 1979.
Mark was the elected Prosecutor of Pike County, Indiana where he served from 1983 to 1990. After returning to Indianapolis, Mark served the Marion County, Indiana Prosecutor’s Office in the capacity of Chief Trial Deputy Prosecutor from 1993 to 1994.
Upon leaving public service, Mark became a partner of Tabbert Hahn Earnest and Weddle where he handled litigation matters including medical malpractice, state and federal criminal defense, and general civil litigation. In 2008, Mark established Mark K. Sullivan & Associates, P.C. on the northeast side of Indianapolis, Indiana.
Mark has the recent distinction of being named a 2014 Fellow in the Litigation Counsel of America, Trial Lawyer Honorary Society. In addition, he was named one of Indianapolis’ Top Lawyers by Indianapolis Monthly Magazine in the September 1993 issue as well as Indiana Super Lawyer by the same publication in 2004. Mark was also named as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer by the National Trial Lawyers in 2013. Mark served for nine years as Chairman of the Marion County Election Board, from 2004 until January 1, 2014. Mark also serves as counsel for the Indiana State Chiropractic Association as well as represents the City of Indianapolis on various matters related to Workers Compensation and subrogation.