Dr. Christian Renna
Dr. Christian Renna is a nationally recognized expert in the field of contemporary preventive medicine. Originally from New York, Dr. Renna graduated cum laude from the University of Texas system in biology and chemistry. After working as a biochemist under the Nobel Prize winning scientist Dr. Phillip Levine, Dr. Renna earned his medical degree in Osteopathic medicine cum laude from the University of North Texas Health Science Center. He completed a residency in family medicine and practiced for many years caring for tens of thousands of patients.
Dr. Renna served as Chairman of the Department of Family Practice and Emergency Medicine at DFW Medical Center for more than ten years. He was the youngest physician to hold the prestigious position of Chief of Staff at that hospital and held faculty positions at two medical colleges. Following 12 years of dedicated service to his family medicine patients Dr. Renna turned his attention toward the underlying causes of disease and focused on Preventive Medicine.
Dr. Renna is a popular speaker and authority on the subjects of Preventive Medicine, Peak Performance and Healthy Aging. His book, Balance Your Brain, Balance Your Life reveals his appreciation of the hierarchal constructs that rule each person's body. Dr. Renna lectures to audiences across the United States and abroad. Some of the organizations in which he participates include the AOA, the American College of Preventive Medicine, the Los Angeles Gerontology Research Group and the New York Academy of Science.
Dr. Dominique Fradin-Read
After receiving her medical degree from Belgium’s Universite Libre de Bruxelles, where she graduated summa cum laude, she finished her residency in vascular medicine and served as a consulting physician and associate faculty member in the Departments of Internal Medicine and Vascular Surgery at the University Hospital Center Trousseau in Tours (France). She actively worked on the development of cardiovascular and metabolic prevention programs in collaboration with the French Association of Cardiology and the French Committee for Health Promotion and Education. For several years she was associated with one of Europe’s major medical spas, serving both as its medical advisor and as a practicing anti-aging physician.
Pursuing her career in the United States, Dr. Fradin-Read completed an internship in internal medicine through UC San Francisco, followed by a residency in preventive medicine at Loma Linda University where she has earned a Master of Public Health degree and was elected a member of Delta Omega, the public health national honor society. Dr. Fradin-Read is board-certified in preventive medicine and, in addition, is a fellow in anti-aging, regenerative, and functional medicine. She spent several years serving as staff physician at the Center for Health Promotion in Loma Linda where she was actively involved in the lifestyle and weight management program. She currently holds an appointment as Assistant Clinical Professor at the Loma Linda University School of Medicine.
With her extensive expertise in the field of integrative and lifestyle medicine, she has long had a true passion for disease prevention and patient education. She is committed to excellence in comprehensive healthcare and is dedicated to helping her patients work towards healthy lifestyles and optimal well-being. Her philosophy involves understanding each patient's needs and combining various state-of-the-art techniques with compassionate care. She devotes considerable attention to early detection, prevention, and creating health in all individuals she sees. Her particular interests include hormones imbalances, cardiovascular disease prevention, metabolic disturbances, immune system function, nutrition and weight management.
Dr. Fradin-Read was among the first physicians to be trained in Paris to perform an original skin rejuvenation and preventive aging technique that she now is happy to offer to her patients at our Los Angeles office.
Dr. David Lancaster
Dr. David Lancaster graduated from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Lancaster completed a traditional rotating internship at St. Josephs Hospital of North Philadelphia Health System, followed by a three year residency at Baylor Institute of Rehabilitation, and extensive one year fellowship in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine.
Dr. Lancaster has several awards and achievements and is a certified Diplomat of the American Board of Holistic Medicine. His professional affiliations include the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Texas Medical Association, Texas Osteopathic Medical Association, American Osteopathic Association, and the American Holistic Medical Association where he was a previous officer.
Dr. Lancaster is devoted to providing his patients all the benefits of integrative, functional medicine with special focus in bioidentical hormone replacement (female and male), nutrition, weight low, thyroid/adrenal issues, detoxification and immune system function.