Current Scientific Advisory Board Members

Dr. Mike Clark   •   Dr. Marty Miller   •   Dr. Marc H Boff   •   Dr. Anna Toker
Alexander G. Schauss, PhD, CFS, FACN   •   Dr. Mark Sakr

Dr. Mike Clark

The Super Patch Company
Chair Scientific Advisory Board

Dr. Mike Clark is the Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fusionetics, Founder/Previous CEO of the National Academy of Sports Medicine and previously the Chief Science Officer for Sharecare. Dr. Clark was previously named the “Health and Fitness Visionary of the Year” by Men’s Health magazine.

Clinically, Dr. Clark and his team at Fusionetics serve over 1200+ Pro/College teams, 250,000 Athletes and over 10,000 Clinical Professionals. Dr. Clark currently consults with the Utah Jazz and NOLA Pelicans, previously as the team physical therapist for the NBA’s Phoenix Suns (18 seasons) and has served as a performance healthcare consultant for over 40 pro and college teams and individual athletes including MVP’s, All-Stars and Champions from the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, MLS and the Olympics. Dr. Clark has also served as a sports medicine professional for 2 Olympic games.

Academically, Dr. Clark, developed the OPT System used by the National Academy of Sports Medicine to certify and train over 1 Million fitness, performance, and sports medicine professionals in over 80 countries. Dr. Clark helped spearhead the development of several accredited performance health science education programs, including a BS, MS, and Doctoral program that have provided accredited, evidence based higher education degrees to over 7,500 sports medicine, performance, and fitness professionals. Furthermore, Dr. Clark is a noted lecturer and author. He has authored 3 scientific textbooks, over 40 textbook chapters in the areas of sports medicine, sports performance, and fitness.

Research: Dr. Clark is actively involved in evidence-based human movement research through the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill Exercise and Sports Science Research Institute. Dr. Clark has collaborated on many peer-reviewed, published and scientifically presented papers in the areas of injury prevention, performance optimization, recovery enhancement, and rehabilitation.

Dr. Clark currently serves on several advisory boards including; the Chief Science Advisor the National Academy of Sports Medicine, the National Basketball Strength and Conditioning Association Performance Advisory Board, the Athlete Medical Board for the University of Georgia, the Exercise and Sports Science Board at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

Dr. Marty Miller

The Super Patch Company
VP Education & Research

Dr. Marty Miller has more than 30 years’ experience in sports medicine, performance enhancement, injury prevention, and education. His academic credentials include a BS in Sports Medicine and Physical Education from Canisius College (NY) and a MS in Exercise Science & Injury Prevention from California University of Pennsylvania, and received his Doctorate in Health Sciences from AT Still University in Mesa, AZ. Marty is a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) with the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA), a Certified Personal Trainer, Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES), Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES), and a Mixed Martial Arts Conditioning Specialist (MMASCS) with the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM).

Marty has also worked with some of the top teams in MLB and players and trainers on PGA Tour. Marty also serves as a Regional Master Instructor for the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). He travels extensively as a health and fitness subject matter expert lecturing multiple times per year in a wide variety of fitness and sports medicine topics. He also has authored multiple articles that have been published in different fitness magazines, as well writing a chapter in the NASM Essentials of Personal Training Text Book 5th edition and is contributing author in the 6th edition.

He is an adjunct faculty member with the Penn West University PA., where he instructs online graduate-level courses in Corrective Exercise/Program Design to physical therapists, athletic trainers, and other healthcare professionals.

Dr. Marc H Boff

Dr. Marc H Boff is a highly accomplished professional in the realm of physical therapy and sports performance. With a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree and certifications in Athletic Training, Corrective Exercise, and Performance Enhancement, he has an extensive background working with professional athletes, celebrities, business executives, and individuals with fitness and wellness goals.

As the Owner of MHB Fitness LLC, Dr. Boff leads a concierge performance healthcare and lifestyle/wellness service company. His expertise encompasses orthopedic and sports performance training services, including physical therapy, integrative performance training, movement analysis, corrective exercise, injury prevention, return to sport training, and nutrition services. Dr. Boff is a sought-after consultant for sports medicine, fitness/wellness, and mental health/trauma addiction companies.

Notably, he spent 20 seasons in the NBA, holding key positions such as Director of Sports Medicine for the Milwaukee Bucks, Head Athletic Trainer for the Chicago Bulls, and Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the New Orleans Hornets. His contributions extend to the world of reality television, having served as the Director of Sports Medicine for NBC's "The Biggest Loser." Additionally, he co-founded Badger CrossFit in Wisconsin.

Dr. Boff's educational journey includes a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies from Brandeis University in 1996, followed by an MSPT in 2002 and a DPT in 2005 from Simmons College. His multifaceted career reflects a commitment to excellence in promoting physical well-being and performance at the highest levels.

Dr. Anna Toker

In her more than two decaded as a surgeon, Dr. Anna Toker has won numerous awards for her mastery of surgery. During this time, she has developed a passion for overall wellness and educating her patients and the public about how nutrition can help them avoid surgery or recover faster from surgery.

Dr. Toker has garnered an impressive following on all social media platforms. Her informative online education about gut health and microbiome has earned almost 100,000 followers on Instagram (@drannatoker) alone. “It is my commitment to serve the community with the same dedication I have for my patients,” she says. “Whether a patient needs major surgery or not, a large portion of my discussions revolve around normalizing intestinal function.”

Dr. Toker’s online educational program, “Gut Check,” includes 100 daily conversations regarding digestion and the interaction of the microbiome in every aspect of one’s life. “This program represents more than 30 years of experience, first as a microbiologist and then as a colorectal surgeon—and it costs less than the price of a consultation.”

For existing and new patients, Dr. Toker also offers convenient telehealth consultations about digestive nutrition. In addition to her M.D., Dr. Toker earned a master’s degree in microbiology with a focus on the microbiome.

Alexander G. Schauss

PhD, CFS, FACN

Alexander G. Schauss, PhD, FACN, CFS is the Founder, CEO and Senior Director of Research at the scientific and regulatory consulting company, AIBMR Life Sciences, Inc., founded in 1978. At AIBMR, Dr. Schauss assisted over 500 companies in over fifty countries to achieve commercial success for a wide range of inventions and consumer products. He is also the author of over 150 peer-reviewed papers, 38 chapters, and 23 books.

He has studied nutrition and botanical medicine since 1969, when he performed his first clinical trial on the use of high dose oral vitamin C and its effects on opioid receptors in the treatment of heroin addiction; a landmark study that attracted the attention of two-time Nobel Laureate, Dr. Linus Pauling. With a pedigree of Life Science accomplishments, Dr. Schauss has been the recipient of numerous awards including the 1983 McCarrison Society Lecture Award; the 1987 Don Peppar Humanitarian Award; the 2005 Linus Pauling Lecture Award by the American College for the Advancement of Medicine; and recipient of the 2014 International Orthomolecular Medicine Society Hall of Fame Award.

He has severed on several committees at t he National Institutes of Health (NIH); a reviewer of botanical standards and information monographs; expert panel member for the U.S Pharmacopoeia Convention (USP; a reviewer for the International Bibliographic Information on Dietary Supplements (IBIDS) database maintained by NIH,) and served on numerous Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) expert panels that determine the safety of ingredients added to foods. In addition to serving on numerous Independent Determination expert panels for 23 years, he served on the Compliance and Label Integrity Committee of the National Products Association and helped develop the nation’s first Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) guidelines for the dietary supplement industry, much of which is today incorporated into the FDA’s GMP regulations for this industry.

Dr. Schauss has held faculty positions at several institutions as a Clinical Professor of Natural Products Research, Associate Professor of Research, Adjunct Research Professor of Botanical Medicine, and Lecturer in Biostatistics and Epidemiology. As a research associate at the BIO5 Institute and the Department of Geosciences at the University of Arizona, he is a fellow of the American College of Nutrition, a certified food scientist, with over 250 publications. Dr. Schauss is an active member of the Bioscience Leadership Council of Southern Arizona and is also on the UA Gem and Mineral Museum Advisory Board, a Trustee of the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and Member of its Science and Conservation Council, and a volunteer with the U.S. National Park Service at Saguaro National Park. Dr. Schauss maintains active professional memberships with the American Chemical Society, Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, International Society of Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, the Institute of Food Technologists, the American College of Toxicology, American College of Nutrition, and the America Society for Nutrition.

Mark Sakr

Dr. Sakr is a dual board-certified physician in family and sports medicine, having earned the degree of Fellow of the American Academy of Family Practice. He currently serves as Head Team Physician for University of Arizona Football and as a Sports Medicine physician at Campus Health Services. He has extensive clinical, research and teaching experience, serving as an Assistant Professor at University of Pittsburgh and Duke University Medical Centers.

He was a consulting physician at the UPMC Concussion Center, Associate team physician for the NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes, Head Team Physician at Georgia State and Robert Morris Universities. He recently served as Director of Primary Care Sports Medicine and Sports Medicine Fellowship Director at Northside Hospitals in Atlanta.

Dr. Sakr has extensive experience treating athletes of all ages and skill levels, including pediatric, high school, college, professional and Olympic athletes. He serves as a Team Physician for USA Rugby, where he provides care for the USA Men’s 15s National Team and Olympic 7s Men’s and Women’s Teams and is a Member of the World Rugby Player Welfare Working Group.