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Dr. Robert Grafton

M.D., Aesthetic Medicine, Anti-Aging, and Overall Wellness

Robert Grafton, MD, is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon. He leads the team at PSI Medical Group in Wixom, Michigan, providing outstanding wellness care to patients in and around the area.

Dr. Grafton earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, British Columbia, and the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. In 1979, he received his medical degree from the University of Saskatchewan.

Dr. Grafton’s post-graduate training includes residencies in general surgery at Hurley Medical Center in Flint, Michigan, and plastic surgery at the Health Science Center in Flint, Michigan. He also completed a residency in plastic surgery at the Health Sciences Centre at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Dr. Grafton completed two fellowships; one in microscopic hand surgery in Louisville, Kentucky, and one at the Shrine Burn Unit in Boston, Massachusetts. He has practiced plastic and reconstructive surgery in Michigan since 1993 and was previously an instructor at Michigan State University – Hurley Medical Center in East Lansing, Michigan. Dr. Grafton is a dedicated practitioner and advocate of anti-aging medicine. He completed the A4M Integrative Medical Residency, the Sottopelle® Therapy training for using pellets in HRT, and the CENEGENICS® Age Management Training Program. He is also a part of the International Peptide Society (IPS), and is completing the Mastermind courses.
Dr. Grafton has practiced hormone replacement for over 10 years on thousands of patients that have received or contemplated cosmetic surgery. He is committed to providing patients with the highest level of care possible.

Mary's Philosophy, Your Experience.

Mary Miller-Wilson, ANP-BC

Adult Nurse Practitioner

I am a board-certified adult nurse practitioner. I became a registered nurse in 2006 and completed a master's degree in 2010 at the University of Michigan. I worked on a cardiothoracic unit at the Detroit Medical Center while completing my graduate studies. Upon graduating as a nurse practitioner, I worked in a suburban hospital setting as a hospitalist. It was in this traditional healthcare environment that I began to experience a profound paradigm shift in the way I viewed illness, wellness and the treatment of chronic disease conditions. Because the cornerstone of the nurse practitioner profession is that of health promotion and disease prevention, I soon became disillusioned with the traditional healthcare model and the "pill for every ill" mentality that drives the current healthcare system. I intuitively knew that there was a better way to manage health and promote wellness.    


While in graduate school, I became a patient in a local Functional Medicine practice in suburban Detroit where I was exposed firsthand to the tenets of Functional Medicine and Anti-Aging Medicine, including an emphasis on healthy lifestyle choices, sound nutrition, daily exercise and stress reduction. I also began bio-identical hormone replacement therapy and understood their value in promoting health, wellness and vitality. I ultimately joined this private practice and have undergone extensive training in both Functional Medicine (Institute for Functional Medicine) and Anti-Aging Medicine (American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine).  I was recruited by Dr. Mark Hyman for the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine and continued to expand upon my experience for four years in both Functional Medicine and Anti-Aging Medicine. I became certified in Functional Medicine in 2017. 


Over the last 15 years, my approach to health has always been based on a melding of Functional Medicine and Anti-Aging Medicine, looking for the underlying root cause of disease and assisting patients in being proactive about their health. My understanding of Functional Medicine as unique and personalized allows me to assess all aspects of a patient's lifestyle; genetics, environment, emotions, beliefs and social relationships, all of which directly influence health and disease.


I specialize in bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (for both men and women across the health continuum), autoimmune conditions, metabolic syndrome/diabetes, thyroid optimization, anxiety/depression, gut restoration, detoxification (heavy metals, mold exposure), headaches, weight management, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia.


My personal interests include public speaking, working with my personal trainer,  and trying to keep up with my three young grandchildren!

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Mary's Philosophy, Your Experience.

I believe the most important thing a clinician can do is listen.  Every patient has a story, a series of events in their life that have impacted their health.  No detail is insignificant. Unfortunately, healthcare in our country has become a big business where decisions about your health are all too often left to for-profit insurance companies. Medicine has become impersonal and dismissive, leaving patients lost and hopeless, feeling that symptoms they are experiencing will never improve.  

I firmly believe that decisions about your health and wellness are yours and yours alone.  Each patient is respected as an individual. Together as partners, we address the root causes of disease in order to heal the mind, body and spirit rather than simply treating symptoms.  Just treating symptoms is merely a "band-aid" on a bigger problem. My goal is to empower patients and to help them understand that they have ownership in their health and by assuming responsibility, they can heal. I also believe that the human body is an amazing machine. As a clinician and healer, when I set the stage for improvement by taking out what shouldn’t be there (toxins, bad food), and putting back what should be there (vitamins, minerals, hormones), the body heals itself! Before giving up hope that there is a clinician who understands this philosophy of healing, contact our office!

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