VIDEO: Dr. Richard Gayles Performs A2M Procedure That Gets Athlete Back In Action
By Space Coast Daily // October 30, 2016
Lake Nona Medical Arts
ABOVE VIDEO: Brenda talks about the successful results of her A2M procedure performed by Dr. Richard Gayles at Lake Nona Medical Arts. To make an appointment with Dr. Gayles, call 407-412-5030, and for more information, log on to LakeNonaMedicalArts.com
Quality Services and Exceptional Customer Care At Lake Nona Medical Arts
LAKE NONA, FLORIDA – Lake Nona Medical Arts, recently founded by Dr. Richard Gayles, is accepting new patients and is performing A2M procedures.
A2M, or Alpha-2-macroglobulin, stops the progression of Osteoarthritis (OA) by preventing cartilage breakdown and preventing cartilage loss.
“At Lake Nona Medical Arts, our team is dedicated to bringing you the best in patient care and quality service,” said Dr. Gayles.
When the body has been injured or invaded by disease, the body’s natural instinct is to defend and heal itself. Regenerative Medicine harnesses the body’s natural power to heal itself in an accelerated, clinically relevant way.
If you or a loved one suffers from debilitating joint pain, your doctor may suspect osteoarthritis (OA). OA is a type of joint disease that results in the breakdown and destruction of cartilage – the connective tissue located between the bones of your joints that helps maintain smooth and painless movement.
A2M is a newly discovered compound that acts as a powerful inhibitor of cartilage breakdown. A2M is a master protease inhibitor that exists in your blood.
It attaches to and removes the destructive proteins in the joint.
This special molecule works by binding the chemicals (proteases) that degrade the cartilage cells and tissue.
A patented and proprietary filtration process has been developed that can concentrate the naturally occurring A2M molecule in your blood up to 6X. This process allows therapeutic injections in concentrated dosages that:
- Boost natural healing by reducing the additional deterioration of cartilage
- Support tissue growth with naturally occurring compounds from your own blood
Early Treatment = Better Recovery
A2M is an exciting advance in orthopedic science resulting from years of osteoarthritis research. The earlier identifying signals of joint destruction are discovered, the less invasive treatments will be.
Early treatments can postpone the need the need for more aggressive and costly joint reconstruction or replacement surgery.
So take control of your heath and contact us to see whether this breakthrough in orthopedic medicine, A2M, is right for your condition.
Regenerative therapies work to restore structure and function of damaged tissues using growth factors and other naturally occurring nutrients to encourage cellular and soft tissue regeneration and reconstruction within the affected area.
“Your well-being, both emotional and physical, is our top priority and at the core of what we do,” said Dr. Gayles.
“While our services and treatments can be found elsewhere, it’s our holistic approach to the mind, body and spirit that makes us unique. A pain-free life without major surgery and the daily use of medication is our goal.”
ABOVE VIDEO: Lake Nona Medical Arts, recently founded by Dr. Richard Gayles, takes you on a tour of his new practice. To make an appointment with Dr. Gayles, call 407-412-5030, and for more information, log on to LakeNonaMedicalArts.com
STRONG ADVOCATE OF REGENERATIVE MEDICINE
Dr. Gayles is a recognized leader in the medical field of pain management and a strong advocate of regenerative medicine.
Armed with the belief that healing begins when the mind and body are unified, he created Lake Nona Medical Arts with the knowledge that pain can be managed, if not completely eliminated, using the body’s natural healing resources, thus minimizing the need for invasive procedures and daily use of habit-forming medication.
Lake Nona Medical Arts is a collaboration of pain management and wellness experts who are devoted to your overall well-being, both physical and emotional.
“This collaboration of experts allows Lake Nona Medical Arts the ability to provide the patient with integrated, cutting edge treatments to pain, and comprehensive rehabilitation and psychological services,” said Dr. Gayles.
“Upon evaluation and diagnosis, we work together to develop a customized treatment plan to get you on the road to a healthy, pain-free life. Regardless of your pain, whether it be a sports injury, natural aging or an accident, consider our team of experts your own personal wellness consultants, giving you the power to heal and a solid path to good health.”
To make an appointment with Dr. Gayles, call 407-412-5030, and for more information, log on to LakeNonaMedicalArts.com
ABOVE MAP: Lake Nona Medical Arts is conveniently located at 9145 Narcoosee Road in the Lavina Marketplace, just 1 mile south of the 528 Beachline. Lake Nona Medical Arts was founded by Dr. Richard Gayles, a recognized leader in the medical field of pain management and a strong advocate of regenerative medicine.