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About Cellarian Health

Management Team & Advisors

Dr. Michael Sprintz, D.O.
Founder & CEO

Dr. Sprintz’s passion for creating a world of integrity around prescription drug usage and addressing the causes of the problem, not just the symptoms, inspired him to found Cellarian Health in 2012.  He has lectured nationally and internationally on issues related to pain, addiction, and physician education with the purpose to raise awareness of the fundamental problem of addiction and offer solutions that will help save lives and ameliorate the social and economic devastation that addiction causes to individuals, families, and our society.

He received his Medical Degree from Midwestern University-Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and went on to a residency in Anesthesiology and Critical Care at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Sprintz left Hopkins to do post-doctoral research in biomedical nanotechnology before returning to complete his anesthesia training at University of South Florida. Dr. Sprintz completed a Pain Medicine Fellowship at the prestigious MD Anderson Cancer Center and is triple-board-certified in Anesthesiology, Addiction Medicine, and Pain Medicine.

In addition to his leadership at Cellarian Health, Dr. Sprintz is the president and CEO of The Sprintz Center for Pain and Dependency in The Woodlands, TX. Dr. Sprintz was the former Medical Director for the Memorial Hermann Prevention and Recovery Center (PaRC)’s Pain Recovery Inpatient Program.

Dr. Sprintz’s dedication to transforming the paradigm of pain and addiction is exemplified in his community service, as the past President of the Texas Society of Addiction Medicine, a consultant to the FDA’s Analgesic and Anesthetic Drug Products Advisory Committee, and a member of the Prescription Drug Abuse, Addiction, and Diversion Working Group of the National Alliance for Model State Drug Laws (NAMSDL).

Richard Holcomb

Mr. Richard Holcomb is a serial entrepreneur in the software industry. Mr. Holcomb Co-Founded StrikeIron, Inc. (sold to Informatica in 2014) and co-founded HAHT Commerce Inc. (sold to GXS in 2002) and co-founded Q+E Software (sold to Intersolv in 1994). Mr. Holcomb has been an active angel investor and consultant for several technology companies and venture funds. During his career, Mr. Holcomb has won several awards including the 1993 Ernst and Young Technology Entrepreneur of the Year for North Carolina and the 1996 Business Leader Top Gun Entrepreneur of the Year. He is also an active environmentalist, an organic farmer, and a restaurateur. Mr. Holcomb holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science from the University of South Carolina and an M.S. in Computer Science from North Carolina State University.

Ian Williamson
Chief Technology Officer

Ian Williamson is a full stack software developer with over 20 years of experience working with leading edge technologies for a wide variety of industries (TV, Film, Museum Interpretive Media, and Web Development). He brings a clear head to every project and crafts the best solutions to solve problems, even when they require a non-standard approach. As Cellarian Health CTO, Ian has designed and developed Vision from the ground. Ian is passionate about creating software to help solve the challenges facing the medical industry as it relates to the opioid addition epidemic. Ian is dedicated to delivering innovative products that ease the burden facing medical providers and improve overall patient care.