David Lans, D.O. FACP has been practicing medicine since 1985 and operating a private practice in New Rochelle since 1991. In addition to his Board-Certification in Internal Medicine, Allergy and Immunology, and Rheumatology, Doctor Lans is also Fellowship trained and Board certified by the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, where he has also completed a Stem Cell Fellowship. Most importantly, Dr. Lans is a passionate advocate of personalized medicine and preventive health care.
His distinguished career as a skilled clinician, author, and educator include his current roles as Chief, Division of Rheumatology New York Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital and Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at New York Medical College. An active member of his community Doctor Lans has Board appointments including the Hudson Valley Branches of both the Lupus Foundation and the Arthritis Foundation. From 1992-2000 he served on the Executive Committee for the
NY Rheumatism Association.
Doctor Lans considers himself a “functional rheumatologist” a term he coined as he applies his extensive rheumatology experience with the patient-specific approach of functional medicine to address hormone imbalance, thyroid issues, weight loss, sexual wellness, and autoimmune diseases including M.S., Lyme’s, Leaky Gut Syndrome,, Diabetes and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Speaking & Interview Topics
Doctor Lans is a subject matter expert, sought after presenter, and media source on the topics of on rheumatology, healthy aging, and regenerative therapies including Stem Cell and PRP (platelet rich plasma) therapies. Below are three of his most popular lectures that may be tailored for clinical or general audiences.
Stem Cell Treatment for Osteoarthritis: Separating Fact From Fiction ( 30-45 minutes)
Active adults over 40 may experience knee pain as the result of osteoarthritis and seek alternatives to total knee replacement surgery. Dr. Lans will separate fact from fiction for those considering stem cell treatment as an alternative or first line of defense against osteoarthritis. Topics include the ideal patient profile, recovery time, potential risks, and benefits. In addition to completing a Stem Cell Fellowship, Dr. Lans’ practice operates as part of an IRB-approved Clinical Research program affiliated with the Cell Surgical Network® and registered at clinicaltrials.gov.
Combining the Latest Medical Breakthroughs and Traditional Strategies For Looking Great and Remaining Active in Midlife & Beyond.
s it really possible to reverse or halt the aging process ? Yes! Is it inevitable that you will be less active, have a decreased sex drive and gain weight despite eating the same foods you did your whole life? No! Dr. Lans will share the latest research on the medical treatments and traditional strategies that allow anyone, including those at mid-life and beyond, to look and feel like they did 10-20 years ago. Topics will include bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, Peptide Therapy, PRP (platelet rich plasma) and Stem Cell Therapy, Nutrition, Meditation, and Exercise.
The Future is Functional Medicine ( 30 minutes): The Patient as an Individual
Have you heard of functional medicine but not sure what it means? Is it the same thing as holistic medicine? The idea behind functional medicine is that one can not only prevent disease and troubling health conditions but in many cases, reverse them. Dr. Lans will explain the philosophy of functional medicine and its emphasis on uncovering the root cause of the physiologic imbalance in a patient. He will also explore how functional medicine incorporates nutrition and botanical therapies, lifestyle approaches and stress reduction programs.
In a world where patients feel rushed and without the time to communicate effectively with their doctor or even ask questions Doctor David Lans is a different kind of physician. He believes to be an effective and thoughtful physician it is important to view each patient as a unique individual, whose physiology results from a combination of inherited and environmental influences.
Education & Early Training
Educated as an Osteopathic physician, his initial phase of medical training was strictly conventional having taken residencies and fellowships for nine years after graduating medical school in 1981. This provided him with a strong base from which to develop his clinical instincts. After completing his formal training, Doctor Lans was appointed to the faculty of Albert Einstein Medical School, where he engaged in clinical practice, teaching medical students and postgraduate trainees, and conducting research.
Private Practice Focus & Philosophy
In time, Doctors Lans opened his practice in New Rochelle, NY with the desire to treat his patients through integrative medicine; combining a traditional approach with functional medicine. While orthodox medicine focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of disease, functional medicine is patient-centered and emphasizes an understanding of the underlying causes of physiologic imbalance in the individual patient. Functional medicine is holistic and considers the optimum functionality of all systems of the body. It incorporates a variety of methods and therapies for supporting those systems and keeping them healthy. These include nutrition and botanical therapies, lifestyle approaches and stress reduction programs. The idea behind functional medicine is that one can not only prevent disease and troubling health conditions but in many cases, reverse them.
Doctor Lans focuses his practice in three areas:
- Rheumatology and Infusion Therapy for Autoimmune Diseases
- Regenerative Therapies: Stem Cell , Platelet Rich Plasma, and Peptide Therapies
- Anti-Aging Including Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy, Nutrition
How To Book Doctor Lans
For more details or to book Doctor Lans for a speaking engagement or media interview please contact Linda Williams.