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10 x June 29, 2017 x South Lake Medical Directory CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9 Vascular Surgery Kevin Claudeanos, M.D., RPVI Vascular Specialists of Central Florida Inc. 7460 Doc’s Grove Circle, Orlando • 407-648-4323 80 W. Michigan St., Orlando • 407-648-4323 www.arteryandvein.com Kevin Claudeanos, M.D., RPVI, attended the University of California Los Angeles, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in physiological sciences. He went on to graduate with honors from St. George’s University School of Medicine, where he was a member of the Iota Epsilon Alpha Honor Society. He completed his general surgery residency at Albany Medical Center, where he won a surgical intern of the year award, and then pursued vascular surgery fellowship training at the Greenville Health System in South Carolina. Dr. Claudeanos is a board-certified and fellowship-trained vascular surgeon. Adam B. Levitt, M.D., FACS, RVT, RPVI Vascular Specialists of Central Florida Inc. 7460 Doc’s Grove Circle, Orlando • 407-648-4323 80 W. Michigan St., Orlando • 407-648-4323 www.arteryandvein.com Adam B. Levitt, M.D., FACS, RVT, RPVI, graduated magna cum laude from the University of Maryland and Tufts University School of Medicine. He did his general surgery residency at Washington Hospital Center in Washington, D.C. He then pursued his vascular fellowship at Atlanta Medical Center and did a one-year fellowship at the American Cardiovascular Research Institute. He is board-certified in vascular and general surgery, and affiliated with Dr. P. Phillips Hospital, Health Central Hospital, Orlando Regional Medical Center, and South Lake Hospital. Michael J. Muehlberger, M.D., RPVI Vascular Specialists of Central Florida Inc. 7460 Doc’s Grove Circle, Orlando • 407-648-4323 80 W. Michigan St., Orlando • 407-648-4323 2080 Oakley Seaver Drive, Suite 100, Clermont • 352-241-7585 www.arteryandvein.com Michael J. Muehlberger, M.D., RPVI, graduated summa cum laude from Austin Peay State University. He obtained his medical degree from The University of Tennessee in 2004 and completed his general surgery training at the University of Florida Health Science Center in Jacksonville. He then completed a vascular fellowship at the University of Virginia. He is board-certified in vascular surgery and affiliated with Dr. P. Phillips Hospital, Health Central Hospital, Orlando Regional Medical Center, and South Lake Hospital. Charles S. Thompson, M.D., FACS, RPVI Vascular Specialists of Central Florida Inc. 80 W. Michigan St., Orlando • 407-648-4323 2080 Oakley Seaver Drive, Suite 100, Clermont • 352-241-7585 www.arteryandvein.com Charles S. Thompson, M.D., FACS, RPVI, is a graduate of the University of Florida. He received his medical degree from the University of Miami and performed his general surgery and vascular surgery training at the Medical Center of Louisiana at New Orleans. He pursued specialty training in endovascular procedures at the Arizona Heart Institute and is board-certified in general and vascular surgery. Dr. Thompson was instrumental in creating the endovascular surgery program at Orlando Regional Medical Center. He is affiliated with Dr. P. Phillips Hospital, Health Central Hospital, Orlando Regional Medical Center, and South Lake Hospital. Remember when playing the Money Game was FUN? Are you relying on CHANCE to guide your business & personal financial decision-making? Let the professionals at John E. Russi, CPA, PA Accountants & Advisors assist you during these perilous economic times Providing Accounting • Tax Preparation • Tax and Financial Planning Payroll And Quickbooks Training Services. 7575 Dr. Phillips Blvd., Ste. 320 • Orlando, FL 32819 407-345-1191 • RussiCPA.com This information is not intended to provide tax, accounting or legal advice. As with all matters of tax or legal nature, you should consult your own tax or legal counsel for advice. Jon M. Wesley, M.D., FACS, RPVI Vascular Specialists of Central Florida Inc. 80 W. Michigan St., Orlando • 407-648-4323 2080 Oakley Seaver Drive, Suite 100, Clermont • 352-241-7585 www.arteryandvein.com Jon M. Wesley, M.D., FACS, RPVI, received his medical degree from the University of Miami and completed his general surgery residency at Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C., with two years dedicated to intensive research at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. Dr. Wesley went on to complete specialty training in vascular surgery at the University of Wisconsin Hospital. He is board-certified in vascular and general surgery. Dr. Wesley is affiliated with Dr. P. Phillips Hospital, Health Central Hospital, Orlando Regional Medical Center, and South Lake Hospital. n

Skin Cancer Awareness by Michael Steppie, M.D. President, Medical Director Associates in Dermatology www.dermorlando.com 800-827-7546 Skin cancer rates are skyrocketing, both in the U.S., where more than 3.5 million skin cancers are diagnosed annually, and around the world. In fact, one in five Americans is diagnosed with skin cancer at some point in their lives. It is the most common form of cancer in the U.S., with more new cases than the combined incidences of cancers of the breast, prostate, lung and colon. Skin cancer is a malignant condition that begins with the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells. Recent studies show it can result as an accumulative effect from sun damage (90 percent in the case of nonmelanoma skin cancers). Florida’s near year-round high temperatures mean we are all at a higher risk. Since 1975, the skin cancer death rate among Florida residents older than age MATTERS OF 50 has doubled, and in the past two decades alone, the incidences of melanoma among Hispanic Americans has risen nearly 20 percent — a particularly disconcerting statistic considering that melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer. What are the different types of skin cancer? • Melanoma is the most deadly of all skin cancers. It causes more than 75 percent of skin cancer deaths. One American dies of melanoma almost every hour. • Basal cell carcinoma is the most frequently occurring skin cancer. Although they are generally easily treated, BCCs tend to keep growing if untreated, and, in rare cases, can start to spread. • Squamous cell carcinoma is the second most frequently occurring skin cancer. An estimated 65 percent of them arise in lesions previously diagnosed as actinic keratoses. Most are easily treated, but if not removed, some can metastasize and spread to distant tissues and organs, becoming life threatening. South Lake Medical Directory x June 29, 2017 x 11 HEALTH • Actinic keratoses are pre-cancers that can turn into SCC if left untreated. They are often an early stage in the development of skin cancer. Early detection of skin cancer is key. Cure rates are high, and recurrence rates are low for cancers that are caught and treated early. It is important to check for changes in size, shape and color of pigmented areas. The Skin Cancer Foundation highly recommends an annual full-body skin exam by a dermatologist. Healing Properties of Adipose Derived Stem Cells submitted by Spa Blue www.spablueorlando.com 407-772--2583 Damage to our bodies typically results in inflammation. This could be in the form of redness, raised or bumpy skin, blisters, rashes, itching, burning, etc. This is your body’s natural reaction; it is part of an automatic immune response to identify and assess the extent of the damage, to stop any bleeding or immediate threat to the body (such as infection), and ultimately to heal and repair the damage caused to restore proper function. While some inflammation is a normal and necessary part of the immune system doing its job, chronic inflammation or an over-reaction of the immune system, such as in an allergic reaction, are not beneficial. So the goal is to limit and control inflammation while boosting the positive effects of healing and repair that follow. It is with this in mind that microdermabrasion, microneedling, laser resurfacing, chemical peels and other minimally invasive, inflammation-inducing procedures have been developed. The goal is to “trick” the body into mobilizing its stem cell populations, producing healing factors and CONTINUED ON PAGE 12 Now you have more reasons to Providing alternative care for treating your gum disease and recession. Laser Treatment • Pinhole Surgical Technique • Dental Implants Teeth in a Day • Sedation Options Ryan L. Mendro, D.D.S., M.S. Lucia Roca Mendro, D.D.S., M.D.S. Diplomates of the American Board of Periodontology 407-905-6777 PerioPrecision.com

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