Raja Nazir, M.D.
Raja Nazir, MD is a Kettering heart & vascular cardiologist with the Cardiovascular Care practice. He specializes in interventional cardiology and holds board certifications in cardiovascular disease, internal medicine and interventional cardiology. Another area of focus is in early detection of cardiovascular disease. Dr. Nazir serves as the medical director for the Kettering Center for Heart & Vascular Health to guide the heart disease risk identification programs provided. He earned his medical degree at King Edward Medical College, University of Punjab, Lohore, Pakistan. Internal Medicine residency at Miami Valley Hospital and Cardiology fellowship at Wright State University School of Medicine.
Atiba D. Jackson, M.D.
Muscle & Joint Health
Dr. Atiba Jackson is a Board Certified Orthopedic Sports Medicine specialist, fellowship-trained in sports medicine, and provides the highest level of care for these injuries. Dr. Jackson treats complex shoulder injuries including rotator cuff, labrum, SLAP tears, instability, and dislocations. In addition to treating difficult knee injuries, including ACL tears, ligamentous injuries, meniscus tears, and cartilage injuries, he also treats elbow injuries and performs elbow arthroscopy. Dr. Jackson also treats arthritis patients, performing replacements of the shoulder, knee, and hip.
Dr. Jackson has worked as a team physician for the Detroit Lions, Western Illinois University, Southeastern Iowa Community College, and several high schools. Through working with professional athletes and being an athlete himself, he has a unique understanding of how to treat sports injuries. He brings cutting edge techniques, high quality care, and experience to athletes of the Dayton area.
Eating Healthy on the Job
Tina Banning MS, RDN, LD received her Bachelor’s in Community Dietitics from Ohio University and Master’s in Healthcare Administration from Central Michigan University and is currently on the leadership team at Soin Medical Center with Kettering Health Network. She is manages Culinary & Nutrition in two acute care hospitals and portion of the senior division which includes two long-term healthcare facilities and a retirement community with independent and assisted living. She is a member of the Premier, Inc. subcommittee for Clinical Nutrition. She is a strong advocate for professional and personal volunteerism, volunteering for her local and state associations, for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Soin Medical Center, Greene Memorial Hospital and the Greene Medical Foundation. She enjoys yoga, hiking, family and her three dogs, “affectionally known as her babies”.