Andrew Dickens, NMD
Andrew Dickens received his bachelor’s degree from Washington and Lee University in 1976 and then went on to graduate with a B.Th. from the Way College of Biblical Research. He and his wife coordinated a non-denominational Bible fellowship in San Francisco for 18 years.
During that time, he saw a great need among people and was led to attend the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona. He graduated in 2008.
Dr. Dickens received training including:
- Botanical medicine
- Acupuncture and TCM
- Environmental medicine
- Physical medicine
Dean Silver MD
Dr. Silver grew up and watched his father develop lung disease and Alzheimer’s from a mold infection behind a wall in the home. Both his parents suffered from cancer and because of this, he wanted to pursue a medical career. His premedical studies were done at the Washington and Jefferson College in Washington, Pennsylvania. He majored in biology. During that time, he was involved in FDA study for premedical students at the Hahnemann Hospital and medical college in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The research involved the study of echocardiography, which is the study of the heart. This is where he knew he wanted to be a cardiologist and practice critical care medicine.
After graduating from Temple University school of medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania completed an Internal medicine residency at the Albert Einstein Medical Center. He then completed a cardiology fellowship at the Deborah Heart and lung center and entered private practice. He exclusively practiced cardiology.
In 2000 he became one of the few physicians in the world to become board-certified by the American Board of Internal medicine. The following year he was aboard examiner and examined other doctors from around the world. This is the year he suffered from myocardial infarction and had cancer. This year he expanded his medical practice after traveling around the world and learning from teachers in several countries.
In 2007 he became board-certified in insulin potentiation therapy. This is low-dose chemotherapy used in cancer treatments. In 2014 he graduated from the American medical college homeopathy and began integrating homeopathy in his medical practice. In 2015 he became a fellow of the American Academy of Ozone therapy.
Dr. Silvers trained in all forms of traditional and integrative medicine. Dr. Silver and his wife, Jeannette, practice scientific, peer-reviewed medicine. He has had all the testing and most of the treatments performed at his office. He is dedicated to excellence. He can help you on your path to excellent health and wellness.
Katia Marin, LNA
Licensed Nursing Assistant
Born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Naturalized American Citizen 1997
Languages spoken: English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian
- General Education from Brazil-1990
- Social Studies from Brazil-1994
- Phlebotomist- PIMA College-2000
- LNA- Estrella Mountain Community College- 2002
- LNC-Estrella Mountain Community College-2002
Katia Marin has more than 20 years experience in the medical field.
Mercy Gilbert Hospital, Chandler Regional Hospital, Banner Good Samaritan, and Continental Medical Clinic.
Sophia Elie, RDN
Sophia graduated from Bastyr University with a degree in Nutrition and Dietetics. She went on to complete her residency with Idaho State University and has been in private practice since 2012. Guided by the principal that food is medicine, Sophia walks clients through realistic, gradual steps to effect real results.
Nutrition is an extremely important part of any healing process. Sophia is your go-to expert to make an easy transition to a ketogenic diet.
Anita Kyle uses a process called “Perception Reframing” to shift the way you feel and think about events in your life. The mind-body connection is very strong; our thoughts directly affect our health. Anita’s technique is a practical way to identify and shift away from negative thoughts that often run in the background of our minds. One patient from England described his experience with EVOX as — quoting now — epic!
Front Desk/Office Manager
Colleen has 20 years in the medical field, facilitating patients’ needs. When you call the Dayspring Cancer Clinic, Colleen is the person you’ll reach at the front desk. She is your personal liaison to Dr. Dickens.
Dayspring works on a cash basis; we do not accept insurance because it limits our options. We will provide a coded service summary for patients who wish to file a claim with their insurance company. Whether your insurance company will cover any costs for your treatment, will depend on your insurance policy.