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James Leiber, DO

James Leiber, DO, is the founder and medical director of New Regeneration Orthopedics of Florida. He is a former officer, physician, and educator in the Air Force for 11 years – including personal physician to the vice president and president at the White House (please click here to read a Letter of Recommendation from the White House). He is an Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Osteopathic Principles and Practice at the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Lakewood Ranch where he was a full-time Professor for 5 years – while there, he also served as the course director and co-creator of an innovative and unique medical school course in Integrative Clinical Nutrition. He has also completed fellowship training in research, teaching, and curriculum development (UNC-Chapel Hill). He is triple board certified in: Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine (AOBNMM), Pain Medicine (CAQPM), and Family Medicine (ABFM) as well Registered in Musculoskeletal Sonography (RMSK).

Dr. Leiber specializes in Interventional Regenerative Orthopedics with years of experience and is honored to have been the first Regenexx Network Provider in Florida starting in 2012 – offering the nation’s most advanced non-surgical stem cell and platelet treatments (PRP) for injuries and arthritis under image guidance utilizing ultrasound and fluoroscopy (Xray). He is a regular instructor for the Interventional Orthopedic Foundation’s courses on training other physicians in these skills. These types of injections are natural and safe having the potential of re-growing normal tissue and eliminating the need for surgery in many cases. Conditions treated involve ligament, tendon, joint, muscle, nerve, and spine related pain. For more information on these procedures visit our Regenerative Medicine page.

Dr. Leiber is also formally trained in Nutritional and Functional Medicine and has served on a national committee at the Institute for Functional Medicine that had advised the US senate on health care reform as it pertains to medical education.

Dr. Leiber believes that the key to effective treatment is a collaborative relationship between doctor and patient and an understanding that every person and situation is unique.


Articles

View the January 2014 article about Dr. Leiber that appeared in SCENE.

Health Matters Article by Dr. Leiber, May 2014

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