Clint Paddison’s career is both interesting and diverse. As an entertainer, Clint has worked in 13 countries, performing to audiences all around the globe. In 2006, however, he was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis and within two years could barely walk and pain crippled 80% of his body. After surgery and medications failed him, Clint went back to his science roots which in 2000 saw him gain 1st Class honours, The Macquarie Foundation Science Prize, Australian Institute of Physics prize (NSW Branch) and Semi-Finalist for Young Australian of the Year. With bulldog determination, persistence and scientific experimentation Clint turned his health around and now leads a life drug free and pain free. He is now an Ambassador for Arthritis NSW, a writer for Arthritis Matters magazine and author of the bestselling online program ‘The Paddison Program for Rheumatoid Arthritis’ which has sold in 49 countries and has dramatically improved the lives of thousands of people with RA.