a few words about the Doctor
Dr. McClain earned his medical doctorate at Western University and completed his internship at the University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine Residency Program (U.S.C. California Hospital) and has worked with some of the best and original innovators in Sports, Anti-Aging, Cosmetic and Family Medicine. Dr. McClain strives to provide those interested in optimizing health, life quality, function and performance with the very best science has to offer to these ends using the latest published research as well as knowledge gathered from the world’s elite professional and amateur athletes and other men and women whose lives and professions depend on functioning and looking their very best. His philosophy is based on a commitment to producing results using concepts founded in science and proven in clinical practice. By sorting through and eliminating unsupported methods, techniques and fads, our mission is best achieved.
Research Assistant, California State University, Northridge, June 2001 – August 2003 Culled literature, collected and maintained data related to synthesis of dl-hexestrol and possible ligand creation for the treatment of osteoporosis in women with estrogen-sensitive cancers.
ABSTRACTS AND PRESENTATIONS
McClain, Randolph S., Traditional Chinese Medicine in the treatment of Epilepsy. Presented at the Epilepsy Foundation Conference in November 2002. McClain, Randolph S., Exercise and nutrition in the treatment of Epilepsy. Presented at the Epilepsy Foundation Conference in November 2002.
– American Medical Association
– American Osteopathic Association
– American Society for Bariatric Physicians
– American Society for Apheresis
– Endocrine Society
– American Academy of Family Physicians
– California State Oriental Medicine Association
– American Academy for the Advancement of Science
– National Academy of Sports Medicine
– National Sports Acupuncture Association
– USA Weightlifting