Rand McClain, D.O.
Dr. McClain earned his medical degree 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, Rejuvenative, Regenerative (“Anti-Aging”), Cosmetic and Family Medicine.
Dr. McClain has participated in professional and elite amateur sport as an individual participant and as well as a member of two U.S. teams and continues to participate competitively. His work is published in peer-reviewed and popular journals and he enjoys sharing and participating in the beneficial changes he helps create in people’s lives.
Dr. McClain has dedicated over 35 years of his personal and professional life studying nutrition, exercise, herbs and supplements and is also a Master of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
He currently practices privately in Southern California andas part of the Regenerative Medicine Institute; an organization founded by Dr. Vincent Giampapa dedicated to advancing treatments, procedures and research in the use of all available avenues to slow or reverse physiological and cosmetic effects of aging.
Dr. McClain is also Chief Medical Officer of Live Cell Research; a company dedicated to the discovery and development of products designed to enhance health and quality of life through epigenomic manipulation. Dr. McClain is also a Medical Advisory Board member of American Cryostem, a publicly traded company operating clinical laboratories dedicated to the collection, processing, bio-banking, culturing and differentiation of autologous adipose tissue (fat) and adipose derived stem cells (ADSCs). Dr. McClain is also a Board Member of Z.E.N. Foods; a gourmet food delivery and nutrition service company that provides individually designed meal programs in conjunction with health providers and its own registered dietician. Dr. McClain is also proud to be a member of the National Veteran Foundation’s Advisory Board.
Jackie was diagnosed with Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis in 1998. She left the doctor’s office that day determined to do what she could to fight the disease. With the help of her husband and the support of family and friends, she made the decision to combat the diagnosis with some lifestyle changes. As she was doing research, she stumbled upon the MS Fitness Challenge website and was encouraged by the work they were doing to promote exercise as an alternative in battling MS. After sharing the information with her husband, Mark, they both recognized immediately the benefits a Challenge would have for anyone in the MS community. A part of Jackie’s heart and passion behind joining the MS Fitness Challenge team is to honor her mom, who lost her battle with the disease a few years ago. It is her desire to bring the MS Fitness Challenge to as many people as possible that suffer with MS, giving them exercise tools that can help improve the quality of their day to day life.
Jackie Mueller, along with her husband, Mark who is the Director of Trainers for MSFC, own and operate Mueller Personal Training in Elizabethtown, PA. Together, they have three children, Jessica (Aaron Fellenger), Mark (Casey) and Sara, one granddaughter, three grandsons and a dog named Happy.
Lisa brings over 15 years in the fitness and wellness industry to MS Fitness Challenge. She has served as GM and VP of both large gym chains such as LA Fitness to and smaller fitness/wellness facilities such as OptimalBody Personal Fitness, her new venture with the charity. She serves a key role in the charity's ongoing growth with her organizational, fund raising and leadership skills. Lisa has a passion to help others and positively change the lives of those with MS and other chronic conditions so joining the Advisory Board was a natural fit.
Lisa has two sons, Connor and Chase, and as a Christian mom is very active in guiding their lives as young, Godly men. She is dedicated to the community of Murrieta, CA where she lives and acts as a role model in her involvement for local causes.