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Restore Hyper Wellness appoints Dr Richard Joseph as CMO




Proactive wellness services company Restore Hyper Wellness has announced the appointment of Richard Joseph, MD as Chief Medical Officer (CMO).

Dr Joseph will be responsible for clinical guidance of medical modalities and protocols, with the company now surpassing 175 wellness studios across nearly 40 states.

Dr Joseph has extensive experience f healthcare and fitness industries.

The new CMO maintains a clinical practice with a focus on obesity and metabolic health at a Boston-based hospital.

He is also the founder of VIM Medicine –  a clinical model that integrates preventive medical care with health and fitness services.

Dr Joseph a member of Restore’s Medical Advisory Board before joining full-time as its CMO.

Restore CEO and co-founder, Jim Donnelly, said:

“Our commitment is to provide a better health experience to our members—one that is proactive, effective and transparent.

“Dr Joseph will provide excellent leadership in developing our diagnostic approach and programs that deliver actionable advice and therapies to our members.”

Dr Joseph completed his internal medicine training at Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Women’s Hospitalin Boston.

He is also a long-time personal trainer and fitness expert and co-author of The Lifestyle Medicine Handbook: An Introduction to the Power of Healthy Habits.

Restore co-founder and executive chairman, Steve Welch said:

“Dr Joseph is the newest addition to our talented executive team, and boasts an extensive background in health and fitness.

“His knowledge and experience will help us provide more value for, and develop deeper relationships with, our members.”

Dr Joseph added:

“I look forward to helping Restore deliver a world-class wellness experience.

“Restore has been developing a new category of care with its direct-to-consumer, membership-based Hyper Wellness model.

“I’m thrilled to join the team and provide medical and clinical guidance as we continue to scale and innovate a new model of preventive and proactive care.”

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