Sam Madore, D.O.
Sam Madore is an Osteopathic Physician who is double board certified in Family Medicine and Osteopathic Neuromuscular Medicine. His interest in nutrition goes back to college where he obtained a B.S in Biochemistry and a B.S. in Microbiology from the University of Maine at Orono. During his medical education and residency, it became clear that what was missing in many patients treatment plans was the incorporation of basic nutritional principles and the support to implement them. Having seen the results of obesity on patients health as well as the outdated and ineffective nutritional advice most healthcare professionals give, he partnered with Peter to create a better way to help patients. He continues to study functional medicine and nutrition as a way to truly understand how the body operates and what can be done to help patients heal.
Emory Liscord, M.D.
Dr Liscord is double board certified in Emergency Medicine and Obesity Medicine. She graduated from Dartmouth Medical School and completed residency at Boston Medical Center. After several years practicing in the emergency department Dr Liscord became acutely aware that most of disease she was treating in the ER was 100 percent preventable by evidence based lifestyle intervention. In addition to practicing emergency medicine Dr. Liscord is also a clinical professor at the University of New England School of Osteopathic Medicine. Some specific interests include the role of epigenetic in disease prevention and treatment. Dr Liscord’s philosophy is that when people understand the physiologic consequences behind their lifestyle choices they are more likely to be motivated to implement change.
Peter Spiegel, M.Ed.
Peter Spiegel, M.Ed. holds a Masters degree in Curriculum and Instructional Technology from Framingham State University and is also a certified personal trainer, health educator and co-founder of the SimplyHealthME podcast. He teaches clients to relearn how to learn as an adult and put those skills into context of a busy adult life. This essential skill leads to self-education about disease prevention and treatment so that minor changes in lifestyle can have dramatic long term effects on health. His focus is the interconnectedness between weight loss, sleep, mindfulness, and exercise as they improve human longevity and health-span. It’s his firm belief that education at all ages is the path to long term wellness and happiness.