REVIV - Experts

Here at REVIV we pride ourselves on everything that goes into our therapies – from the science behind them to the ingredients in them.

We also pride ourselves on the people, or rather the experts, whose training, qualifications and passion for preventative health therapies are what sets us apart in the wellness industry.

Every therapy is delivered by trained clinical practitioners, so you can be reassured that every IV or IM is delivered with care, experience and years of practice.

Overseeing every therapy’s development and delivery, whether behind the scenes or in-clinic is one of our UK or US-based doctors. Find out more about their expertise, including why REVIV is lucky to have them on board.


Dr Michael Barnish MBChB, Head of Genetics & Life Science, REVIV

A graduate of Medicine and Surgery from Liverpool University in the UK and a fully registered member of the General Medical Council (GMC), Dr Barnish has extensive experience in both the public and private sectors of healthcare. He has a passion for preventative and precision medicine and has dedicated his career to understanding the science behind these fields, focusing on nutrition and genetic. Dr Barnish has been offering personalized IV drip therapy for almost a decade and has helped to bring safer policies and procedures to this practice.


Dr Johnny Parvani MD, Founder & Medical Director, REVIV

Dr Parvani is the original founder of REVIV overseeing the development and growth of REVIV USA and helping create the elective IV therapy industry. Dr Parvani has degrees in biology and chemistry and subsequently studied allopathic medicine at Georgetown University. He trained in emergency critical care medicine at the University of Florida and practiced as an Emergency Physician for 10 years. 


Dr Sara Beckett, Medical Director, REVIV US

Dr Beckett is a graduate of University of Cincinnati Medical School taking up a residency training in emergency medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. Dr Beckett joined started with REVIV USA as their medical director in 2020, leaving briefly to take up a leadership opportunity in the emergency department in Phoenix AZ. But Dr Beckett was soon enticed back to REVIV excited about the direction the company was headed, always looking for new ways to improve its treatments and on the leading edge of research and innovation when it comes to providing quality products for customers. 

Dr Pascale Ricci MBChB, Medical Director of REVIV UK

Dr Ricci completed her Medicine and Surgery degree at Bristol University in the UK and is a fully-registered member of the GMC. Once specializing in haematology and oncology as a hospital physician, as Medical Director at REVIV UK she now enjoys working in preventative medicine, providing precision nutrition and supporting those suffering with symptoms attributable to chronic disease. She joined REVIV in November 2019 and has not looked back!

Luke Mills, Managing Director, REVIV UK

Luke read biomedical science at the University of London, having always had a keen interest in human biology. He worked as a Theatre healthcare Assistant at a private hospital before studying to become an Operating Department Practitioner (ODP), a registered healthcare practitioner responsible for patient care in all theatre settings. With experience working in NHS emergency care, he joined REVIV, helping to grow the business in London, in collaboration with the wider team and enjoying contributing to the ebtterment of healthcare in the 21st century.

Cheryl Lomax, Clinical Lead and Registered Manager, REVIV UK

Cheryl had been a registered NHS nurse for 15 years with a background in emergency care and clinical education before joining REVIV. Her role now focuses on helping people make better lifestyle and nutrition choices to prevent disease and live a healthier and longer life, something she’s passionate about having seen first-hand the impact lifestyle and diet can have on health during her time working in emergency departments.

What qualifications do REVIV experts have?

In the UK our doctors are registered with the General Medical Council (GMC) - the official public body with which anyone practising medicine must be registered. Our UK-based nurse practitioners are registered with either The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) or The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), regulatory bodies for nurses, midwives of healthcare professionals.

And it’s not just our experts who are registered. Our UK clinics are also registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) - the independent regulator of health and social care in England, providing people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care.

We currently have a ‘good’ CQC rating that’s regularly revisited. This gives our patients the peace of mind that we are compliant with how health practices should be provided to patients so they know they are in safe hands.

Being CQC-registered elevates REVIV to its status as a highly reputable wellness clinic. Our therapies are backed by and administered by healthcare professionals who’ve worked in a range of professional and challenging settings before joining REVIV, from operating theaters and emergency wards to oncology departments. The US does not have an overarching regulatory body for IV therapy like the CQC in the UK. Instead, each state has its own professional board that oversees healthcare practitioners including doctors, nurses and physician assistants. Every state takes a different approach with regards to regulation of elective IV therapy but rest assured, for REVIV US safety is paramount. 

Does REVIV offer any training?

REVIV also offers external training on the CPD and CME accredited Global Training Academy. More information can be found on the Franchise Journey page of the website.

Have a look for answers to any further questions about REVIV therapies, practices and services here.

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