Meet Our Providers

Meet Our Distinguished Staff

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Dr. Radbill received his undergraduate degree at Temple University, and completed his medical degree at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1993. His Family Medicine Residency was at Millcreek Community Hospital in Erie, Pennsylvania, where he also taught at The Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. In 1997, Dr. Radbill started working for the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. While there, he was Chairman of the Department of Family Practice at UPMC Southside Hospital. He was also Medical Director of Hospice Care of Pittsburgh, and was a clinical instructor of students at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.

In 2002, Dr. Radbill moved to South Jersey and started practicing pain management, and became a Diplomat of the American Academy of Pain Management. He also works in addiction medicine at several different facilities, and is a waivered physician certified to prescribe Buprenorphine for opiate addiction. He has extensive training and experience in hormone replacement therapy, weight loss management, cosmetic medicine, and is proficient in all injectable procedures such as dermal fillers and Botox.

Dr. Radbill has performed rejuvenative medical procedures with platelet rich plasma for orthopedic and cosmetic procedures, including hair loss. He also performs stem cell injections through the harvesting and injecting adipose tissue into arthritic joints. Dr. Radbill is certified to use, and has extensive experience with, all types of cosmetic lasers. He is a member of The American Osteopathic Association of Addiction Medicine and the American Academy of Integrative Pain Management. He is also an avid tennis player, and competes in USTA tournaments during the summer. Dr. Radbill lives in Marlton, NJ with his wife and their 5-year-old daughter.


Brooke Lucas is a nationally certified physician assistant who is passionate about her preventative and anti-aging medicine practice. She is trained in both integrative medicine (through The Institute for Functional Medicine) and aesthetic injectables, and is a certified Integrative Wellness Life Coach.

Throughout her career, Brooke has maintained a strong dedication to fitness, nutrition, and mental well-being. Prior to specializing in her field, she spent seven years of practice in the internal medicine setting, seeing patients aged 18 and older. She completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biomedical Science from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas and earned her Master of Science at University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, Texas. She is certified by the National Commission for Certification of Physician Assistants.

Brooke has been married to her husband for twenty years, and they have an eighteen year old son. In her spare time, the family loves to spend time traveling, enjoying the outdoors, and playing with their two dogs.

Mainstreamers:  Their treatments skew towards conservative, and they are inclined to change only when research and development are published in certain prestigious medical journals.

Procrastinators:  They are interested in cutting-edge advances and ideas, but don’t take the initiative or incorporate new methods. This can be due to time constraints, professional society norms or peer pressure from colleagues who are not in agreement.

Innovators:  This group includes those who find the time and make the effort to keep pace with medical advances, and put them to use.  They identify and implement more progressive treatments, so their patients benefit from better outcomes. We’re innovating healthcare by stepping “out of the box” with advanced technology, such as laboratory testing, genetics, nutrition, and imaging.

We’re innovating healthcare by stepping “out of the box” with advanced technology available today such as laboratory testing, genetics, nutrition, and imaging. This is backed up with years of professional study, observation, data collection, and anecdotal records from patient results. Relying only on formal, funded research projects is not how we work.

 “An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure” – Benjamin Franklin

Many patients struggle with chronic conditions for years.  Others sacrifice their health with poor habits and lifestyles.  Either way, much of the damage can be repaired with proper identification and treatment. We focus on early intervention for diseases like diabetes, cardiovascular and peripheral vascular disease, degenerative joint disease, and hormonal imbalances.

The body has an innate ability to regenerate itself if given proper, timely treatment. If unrecognized and unaddressed, diseases are difficult to reverse.  We start by developing a comprehensive health plan that includes metabolism, genetics, nutrition, hormone balance and lifestyle, all tailored to meet each patient’s individual needs.

A successful career takes years of hard work and planning; having a happy family takes dedication and attention.  Poor health management puts all of this at risk. Healthy Futures is an innovative practice where the chronically ill can heal, health becomes optimized, and athletes can achieve prime fitness.

Our goal is to offer life-changing medicines and solutions to help patients live longer, better lives.  There are no shortcuts!  Your health needs as much attention as every other area of your life to achieve the very best health that you deserve.