Dr. John Cory
John Cory grew up in Tampa, Florida, where his parents were lead scientists at the University of South Florida and conducted cancer research.
His father, Dr. Joseph Cory, was an internationally regarded cancer researcher and became the chairman of the bio-chemistry department at the University of South Florida’s medical school during its inaugural year while simultaneously spending 35 years on the board of directors of St. Jude’s hospital and retired as the chairman of the Board of Directors of Saint Jude’s fundraising and research. Ann Henderson Cory was a stay at home mom for much of John’s primary school years, however, had master’s degree in chemistry, bio-chemistry, speech pathology, and K-12 special education. Ann was also involved in the earliest stages of research on cartilage cell cloning and modeling for burn victims at the Shriners Hospital in Tampa Florida in the mid-1980s.
Dr. Albert Eulano
Since 1995, Dr. Eulano has been proudly serving the Scottsdale community. Dr. Eulano graduated and trained in California. He is board certified in both Podiatric Surgery and Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine by the American Board of Medical Specialties, and a Fellow in American Wound Specialties Association. Also, in 2011 Dr. Eulano became the first Master HyProCure Surgeon in the greater Phoenix / Metropolitan area awarded by the Graham International Implant Institute. In 2010, 2012, and 2013 Dr. Eulano was featured in Phoenix Magazine’s Top Doctors.