Dr Moeller completed his undergraduate degree in Biology at San Jose State University with Honors and then graduated from Dental School at the University of California at San Francisco after which he then entered the United States Army as a general dental officer and was selected for training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington D.C. He passed his board certifications two years later .
During his time on active duty Dr Moeller also completed a graduate degree in Biological Sciences with an emphasis on Cellular Biology at Hampton University. After retiring, Dr Moeller entered the University of Alabama Medical school as a third year student having challenged and successfully passed Part One of the Medical Boards . After completing Medical School he completed a Transitional Internship at the Medical Center in Columbus Georgia and then became an Assistant Professor in the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Program at the Medical College of Georgia. When the opportunity presented itself he entered the Private Practice of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in Columbus Georgia.
While in private practice of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Dr Moeller began the research and development of the Intra-oral Neuromodulator. He has successfully treated over 400 veterans for their PTSD associated nightmares, headaches and sleep disruptions with this device, and has published this material in peer reviewed journals. In addition he has also presented this research as invited peer reviewed poster presentations at : the Military Health Research Symposium, the World Congress of Traumatic Brain Injury and the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States annual meetings. His research was done under the supervision of an Institutional Review Board and has been recognized by the Department of Defense Center of Excellence for Psychological Trauma .
Currently Dr Moeller is working with two Ivy League Universities and two distinguished professors as a member of a research team which is preparing several manuscripts for publication.
Dr Moeller, along with several other distinguished researchers in PTSD , believe that a significant portion of the symptoms of PTSD may be a result of a moral and spiritual trauma as well as a psychological trauma. With this belief as a basis for his actions, Dr Moeller then attended and completed a formal seminary degree.
Our mission is to provide each and every veteran with the same level of clinical success as Dr. Moeller obtained when he constructed his own intraoral neuroprosthesis for his nightmares, sleep disruptions, and headaches.