Dr. Lox and Bodybuilder Aaron Reed talk Athletes, Bo Jackson, AVN, and Stem Cells at Wolfgang Puck’s Spago LA
Aaron Reed Former Professional Wrestler and Worlds Tallest BodybuilderAaron Reed met Dr. Lox in the Tampa Bay, Florida area years ago, at his Clearwater Sports and Regenerative Medicine office. Soon striking up a friendship over common interests in sports, bodybuilding, diet, exercise and nutrition. Their is a fine art to eating…healthy and scientifically correct that is. Throw in appealing to your taste buds and off we go.The old saying you are what you eat is very true. Numerous authors have tried to explain this concept with different diet plans. Aaron Reed’s talent and expertise began with understanding the difficulties faced by exceedingly tall bodybuilders.Aaron is 6’7″ and nearly 300 pounds of solid muscle. Aaron Reed adapted some new and old concepts in his books on Diet and your physique. Recognizing the pros and cons of very tall men in the gym, he developed better ways for these tall men and applicable ways for all people to better achieve their goals. Now Aaron has legions of tall men exercising, lifting weights, and bodybuilding that follow him on social media.Aaron Reed like all rising and promising Bodybuilding stars moved to the Los Angeles (LA) metropolitan area to train at the bodybuilding Mecca Gold’s Gym Venice Beach, California. Dr. Lox and Aaron try and make a point to meet regularly when Dr. Lox is in LA, at his Beverly Hills, California office. To strictly speak science. Visit Aaron Reed’s YouTube site: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCax6JcQ251Z0e-pdwsqpbUg
Dennis M. Lox MD. Sports and Regenerative Medicine ExpertDennis M. Lox M.D. was one of several people who wrote a part of forwards to Aaron’s book. Dr. Lox has edited two medical textbooks, written eight medical textbook chapters, numerous scientific abstracts and scientific publications on his fields of expertise. Dr. Lox is recognized as an international expert in the field of Sports and Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Therapy. Dr. Lox has lectured around the world at Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Therapy Medical Symposiums and Conferences, which bring together experts from around the globe to share insights, updated new information, and future trends. This includes some of the most acclaimed researchers and University Professors in the field of Regenerative Medicine, Stem Cell Therapy, Tissue Engineering, Sports Medicine.Dr. Dennis Lox also was moderator and organized multiple individual mini tracts or symposiums at various International Regenerative Medicine Conferences.Dr. Lox has organized expert panels to lecture with him on various Sports Medicine, Athletes and Regenerative Medicine, as well as Avascular Necrosis (AVN).
Dr. Dennis Lox has lectured on general patterns of AVN and causes, to Athletes with Avascular Necrosis (AVN).Dr. Lox is considered as having special expertise in the area of AVN or Osteonecrosis. Patients from around the globe have flown to see and treat with Dr. Lox at his office in Beverly Hills, California, and his Tampa Bay, Florida office.AVN or Osteonecrosis occurs when the blood supply to a region of bone is impaired, leading to lack of blood flow (avascularity or ischemia is similar to ischemia in a heart attack). The ischemia or lack of blood flow in AVN leads to bone cell death or necrosis. Hence the term avascular necrosis, abbreviated AVN, osteonecrosis, aseptic necrosis or ischemic necrosis. Bone infarction has also been used. All these terms are the same disorder, just different names. To confuse it more there may be other names used to describe a particular bone that has AVN, usually named after an early physician or Radiologist who first described the changes noted in the bone on early x-rays, way before MRI’s existed, often over a century ago.
Bo Jackson Legendary Professional Athlete who Developed Hip AVN
A frequent discussion when Dr. Lox has sit downs or coffee, lunch or dinner with elite athletes is who were the best. The super freaks way beyond normally considered great players, the rare ones who also are lovingly referred to as freaks.Always among this list is Bo Jackson. Dr. Lox likes to go all inclusive if you were on the cover of time or Sports Illustrated you can be included. Horses too. So Horse lovers rejoice, Secreteriat is always in. If you still have the track record for all three triple crown races from 1973, that is an exceptional freakish record to never be broken. Secreteriat was found to have an abnormally enlarged heart which allowed him to pump more blood to his muscles for speed and stamina. A scientific explanation.https://www.drlox.com/wrestler-new-jersey-avn-hip/
AVN and SportsBo Jackson was a professional Football and Baseball player of legendary status. He was faster, stronger and could do things other great players couldn’t. He still holds the unofficial 40 yard combine dash in the NFL at 4.12 seconds. Incredible for a big strong 225 pound running back. In baseball, a fly ball going long in the outfield he would leap for the catch. Normally in this situation if the outfield wall was in the way you jumped and crashed into the wall. Not Bo Jackson, he ran up the wall, turned dropped and would laser throw the ball from the outfield to home plate. If he struck out and did not hit a homer, he would break the bat over his thigh like a match stick. Normal big good players do not do that.Bo Jackson unfortunately developed hip AVN after a traumatic tackle in a football playoff game, injuring his hip. The hip AVN was not immediately diagnosed, and his hip did the most feared complication of AVN, an accelerated rapid joint degeneration occurred destroying his hip joint. Bo Jackson ultimately had hip replacement surgery. There was no Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Therapy Options at the time for Bo Jackson. Now there is. Fortunately, we can help some of these patients and athletes. Dr. Lox has had patients from around the world fly to treat with him for Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Therapy for AVN of various body parts. Sports trauma is the most frequently seen, however many other causes for AVN exist and Dr. Lox is familiar with and treated nearly every type of AVN or Osteonecrosis imaginable.A happy ending is teen athletes who are diagnosed with AVN. Dr. Lox has treated several who were given no hope, and told joint fusion or joint replacement surgery was the only option, thus ending their sports career. Dr. Lox has helped several of these teen athletes avoid surgery with Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Therapy, and they improved and even got collegiate scholarships for their sport. https://www.drlox.com Tampa Bay Metropolitan Area, Florida (727) 462-5582 Los Angeles Metropolitan Area, Beverly Hills, California (310) 975-7033
About Dennis M. Lox, M.D.
Whether you are a professional athlete, weekend warrior, or have arthritis from aging, Dr. Lox can help.
Dennis M. Lox, M.D. is an internationally renown Sports and Regenerative Medicine specialist. Dr. Lox incorporates Regenerative Medicine techniques such as cell science applications, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), and Tissue Engineering aspects, to help patients from around the world with a vast array of problems. Dr. Lox is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Lox lectures extensively and has edited two PM&R textbooks, the prestigious A State of the Art Review (Star) on Low Back Pain, and Soft Tissue Injuries: Diagnosis and Treatment.
Dennis M. Lox, M.D. maintains an active practice in the Tampa Bay, Florida area, and in Beverly Hills, California.