Dr. James Raniolo is Board Certified in Family Medicine (AOBFP) as well as certified in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine (ABAARM) and has completed a fellowship in Regenerative and Functional Medicine (FAARFM) and has a certificate in Metabolic Nutritional Medicine (MNM) through the Anti-Aging Association of America.
Dr Raniolo reads scientific and medical literature extensively, and has travelled all over the world (he has travelled to more than 60 countries in total) to attend medical lectures and seminars to learn about many aspects of science and medicine in order to learn how to treat medical issues of all kinds.
Dr. Raniolo has worked in many fields of medicine including Occupational Medicine, Urgent Care, and Family Medicine. Dr. Raniolo has also worked in maximum security prisons and has done locum tenens assignments in multiple locations including working as a physician with the Bureau of Indian Health where he was stationed in Supai at the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
Dr. Raniolo has also been a subcontractor for the Department of Defense where he worked on a remote US military base on the Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands.
In his spare time Dr Raniolo likes to SCUBA dive. He is a PADI certified Dive Master and former professional spear fisherman with over 3,000 dives including more than 1000 technical dives and additionally has experience in Hyperbaric medicine.
Dr Raniolo is also an expert rated Paraglider (P4 rating) with more than 400 paragliding flights, as well as being an airplane pilot with more than 300 hours of flight time and likes to take his airplane to remote backcountry landing strips for camping and rest and relaxation.
When not learning, traveling or floating around in the ocean or floating around in the sky, Dr Raniolo like to hike, ski, snowboard, mountain bike, hunt, go river rafting and enjoy many more outdoor activities.
Dr Raniolo has wandered far and wide, but has finally found his permanent home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.