Made To Thrive is proud to have the partnership, professionalism, expertise and wisdom of thought leaders and professionals in the wellness and performance industry on our Scientific Advisory Board. Our Board members have many years of collective experience researching, revealing and impacting client’s health journeys. The role of the Board is to support Made To Thrive in pushing the boundaries of improvement whilst ensuring certified and verified insights are shared with our community.
Craige Golding, MD
Anti Ageing & Specialist Physician
Dr Craige Golding is an Anti-Ageing Physician and the chief medical advisor in private practice, where he practices integrative medicine combining natural medicines, nutraceuticals, bio-identical hormones, intravenous treatments, allopathic’s and many other medical biotechnologies to enhance the health of his clients. His interest in integrative, functional and anti-aging medicine began about 10 years ago when he realized that simply managing disease and not making people well was not enough.
Dr. Golding qualified as a medical doctor 1993 Cum Laude. He is a fellow of the South African College of Physicians and qualified as a specialist physician in 1999. He practiced as a specialist physician at the Rosebank Clinic for 8 years, taking charge of their Intensive Care Unit for several years over this period.
Dr. Golding has board certification from the American Board of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine (ABAARM). He has completed his advanced fellowship in anti-aging, functional and regenerative medicine with the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (FAARM). He has completed a masters qualification in Medical Sciences with a concentration on Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine with the University of South Florida in 2010.
He has also completed a Fellowship program in Integrative Cancer treatments in the USA in August 2010 and completed a certification course in nutrigenomics (NUGO in Europe) consisting of 4 modules covering nutrigenomics, polymorphisms, proteomics and metabolomics.
Dr Hauser completed his residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Loyola Medical Center in Chicago. He obtained his MD from the University of Illinois, Chicago; and a Bachelor of Science undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He is a board certified Physiatrist (fiz-eye-a-trist), or Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist.
His desire to become a doctor started when he was a young boy:
For as long as I can remember, I wanted to help people. Growing up in a modest middle class home, I am blessed to have been able to accomplish the goal of becoming a Prolotherapy physician. During one of my residency rotations, I realized I wanted to specialize in chronic pain, specifically to help patients get rid of their pain, not just mask their pain. Through the grace of God, in 1993 I was led to join the medical practice of Gustav Hemwall, renowned Prolotherapy doctor, and a truly remarkable man! From that day forward, I became a full-time Prolotherapy doctor. Working alongside Dr. Hemwall gave me immeasurable experience and wisdom and allowed me to develop into an experienced Prolotherapy doctor very quickly. I feel privileged to be able to utilize my God-given talents to help relieve some of the pain and suffering in this world. We call the technique used at Caring Medical H3 Prolotherapy (Hackett-Hemwall-Hauser).
As a full-time Prolotherapy doctor, I administer 1000’s of injections every day. My practice has evolved to heavily focus on complex and advanced cases, such as Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, cervical instability-related conditions, nerve entrapment, neurological symptoms, and multi-body part/full-body cases. I have also personally picked and trained my amazing associates who are taking both multi-joint and single-joint cases and definitely worth checking out if you have chronic pain and want an outstanding Prolotherapy provider.
Ross Hauser, MD
Leland Stillman, MD
Natural and Functional Medicine
Dr Stillman received his medical doctorate from the University of Virginia School of Medicine, and trained in Internal Medicine at Maine Medical Center.
He was born in New York City and grew up in Richmond, Virginia and became interested in medicine at an early age, thanks to childhood ear infections and allergies. This gave him an enduring interest in the immune system.
At fifteen, he decided that he would go to medical school. He studied biochemistry and environmental health in college, graduating Phi Beta Kappa, before going on to receive his medical doctorate.
After receiving his doctorate, he practiced general medicine as a traveling doctor for three years and now practices natural and functional medicine in Richmond, Virginia.