Our Staff

Dr. Shaida Sina has been working in the field of medicine for over 30 years. Her initial training began as a Clinical Scientist where she received her Bachelors of Science from University of Maryland’s School of Medicine’s Department of Medical and Research Technology. She trained at John’s Hopkins Hospital Laboratory and worked as a laboratory scientist in Chemistry, Hematology, Shock Trauma, Neonatal Intensive Care, and Infectious Disease at University Maryland Hospital for 12 years. Dr. Sina began her doctorate studies in medicine in 1995 at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, in Tempe, Arizona. She was the first naturopathic medical student trained at Mayo Clinic in the area of Infertility. Dr. Sina completed post doctorate training in the field of Environmental Medicine with an emphasis in chemical and metal detoxification. Dr. Shaida Sina is the Medical Director of Breakthrough Medicine located in the Cottonwood Hot Yoga Plaza where she practices Functional/ Preventative / Integrative Medicine.  Her clinical focus is on Family Practice with special interest in GI Health, Cardiology, Women’s and Men’s Longevity Medicine, Endocrinology, Brain Wellness, and Environmental Detox.


Dr John Dye, Naturopathic Physician
Dr Dye has been practicing Naturopathic and Mind-Body Medicine since 1979. He has a broad-scope practice that draws on his extensive clinical experience in naturopathic medicine. He taught Endocrinology at SCNM (Tempe) where he was also Dept Chair of Mind-Body medicine for 20 years. Before this he was Dept Chair of OB/GYN at NUNM (Portland). Dr Dye is widely recognized as an authority in Mind-Body Healing/Clearing, as well specialized therapies for mood, brain, and cognitive function. Dr Dye is skilled at combining cutting-edge metabolic therapies with mind-body healing tools to help clear underlying mental-emotional triggers and blocks.Dr Dye is also widely recognized as an expert in naturopathic endocrinology, in particular the use of bio-identical hormone therapy for menopause and andropause.