What is Lyme disease? Stealthy, Tricky, Devastating… Treatable!

  • This article is a scientifically accurate overview of the most relevant information about Lyme disease in simple every-day language. 
  • This article is designed as a “real-life” guide to help you understand the effects of Lyme disease and find your way to a Lyme disease treatment protocol that will heal you.
  • This article will educate you on why Integrative Medicine offers the best path to healing Lyme disease.


Rosacea… WOW…. What a confusing and tangled story!

At AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare, where we specialize in Laser and Integrative Medicine, we have treated thousands of patients with rosacea during the past 20 years.  We have used everything to treat rosacea from conventional antibiotics, to the most advanced and expensive medical lasers, to natural rosacea remedies such as exotic herbal and essential oils, to the simplest and most fundamental of all medical treatments, hyperbaric oxygen therapy and ozone therapy.


Rosacea (ro-zay-sha) as its name implies – sounds like “rose” – is simply redness in the skin of a person’s face. It is quite common, affecting over 10 million people in the United States and approximately 45 million worldwide. Rosacea affects mainly people with pale skin, primarily Caucasians from Irish, Scottish or English descent, though it is not unusual among other white Europeans and a smaller percentage of Asians. Though the disorder is more frequently found in women, the condition tends to be more severe in men.


Did you know your skin has the power to transform itself from within into a younger, more healthier state?

At AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare, you’ll find the ideal balance of rigorous hi-tech laser medicine and unique holistic protocols to stimulate your skin’s own natural healing and regenerative capabilities.


Our exclusive “multiple-modality” approach to making you look younger integrates a broad spectrum of state-of-the-art lasers and Energy Medicine protocols.


Most of us pay no attention to how fantastic our skin really is. As one of the largest most important organs in our bodies, our skin works to protect internal organs and provides many other functions that we often take for granted. Because it interfaces with the environment, skin plays a vital role in protecting our body from pathogens (germs) and excessive water loss.


As our skin and bodies begin to age we experience a physiological change that diminishes the synthesis of collagen within the dermis, and slows our cellular turnover rate to expose noticeably older looking skin.


Acne… The “human condition”… Today we are going to talk about how to get rid of acne.

It is stunning to recognize how different life has been for individuals throughout history and how different it still is today for people in different places around the planet… Throughout time and space only a few things in common seem to affect everyone. Death, taxes, the opposite sex drives us bonkers, and acne.

That’s right, even the ancient Egyptians and after them the Greeks had special skincare lotions to help them deal with lousy skin and acne.

Top 10 Skin Care Tips for Glowing Skin

In our top 10 tips for glowing skin, achieving great skin goes beyond facials and treatments. It is important to recognize that how our skin is cared for must work synergistically with how we maintain and treat our bodies from the inside out. Below are AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare’s Top 10 Skin Care Tips for Glowing Skin.


Number one on our list of top tips for glowing skin is first on the list for a reason.

Pharmaceutical drugs work by clamping down on the immune cells

Lecture : What are stem cells? – Part 3 of 4 – What do stem cells do?

(The following is a transcription of the above video)

These mesenchymal stem cells with their magic soup and those little vesicles that release the soup into the body and into the organ that’s damaged, etc.

What are these cells?

What is the outcome of this soup of cytokines that is released?

What Do Stem Cells Do?

1. Reduce Inflammation

Stem cells cause a massive reduction of inflammation.


Is it true or even possible that one could have a facelift without surgery that provides real results without going under the knife?

The answer is YES!


At AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare we are continually striving to create innovative and breakthrough facelift without surgery technologies to help you maintain youthful and healthy skin. We’re here to physiologically transform our patients’ skin, from the inside out! We feel that it is our mission to keep our patients’ long-term goals and health as our primary focus, not a short term gain that might be damaging to their health.


By far, when working with hyperpigmentation issues,  dark skin is the most difficult, reactive and challenging skin. Such as those with Mayan, Native American and Asian origins, and especially East Asian skin types, such as Indian/Pakistani.

Even when such ethic skin is otherwise healthy, treating a melasma is extra challenging and requires additional testing and ongoing modifications to avoid the natural tendency of darker “ethnic” skin to hyper-pigment in reaction to any kind of irritation.