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Dr. Richard Gaines

Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Richard Gaines is the Chief Medical Officer of LifeGaines regenerative medicine and therapy program.

Dedicated to helping people of all ages improve their energy, drive, sexual health, and enhance overall wellness.

Dr. Richard Gaines Education

Richard Gaines, MD attended the Boston University School of Medicine and graduated in 1981. After this, he completed his internship at the Tufts University of Medicine and his residency at the Harvard School of Medicine. Dr. Gaines specialized in anesthesiology at the Harvard Brigham Women’s Hospital and subsequently served as a physician at Huntington Memorial Hospital and an anesthesiologist at Harvard Community Health and Sheridan Healthcorp.

Early Career

Dr. Richard Gaines focused heavily on the role of the physician early in his career. He was a believer that the physician should not focus solely on suppressing symptoms and prescribing medications, but rather treating the underlying causes of these symptoms and correcting the problem at the source. He believed that there was a lack of attention placed on actually correcting diseases and that the majority of physicians were too focused on masking these symptoms with prescription medication. He saw time and time again patients whose medical conditions never improved and who became dependent on the prescriptions they were constantly being fed.

Dr. Richard Gaines understood that medical treatment plans should include corrective action to both the underlying causes of disease as well as the lifestyle choices that lead to these symptoms.

Dr. Gaines believed that conventional medicine was leaving far too many patients with more problems rather than solutions following treatment. He resolved to find a new approach to healing that preserved health and wellness before disease and aging had a chance to take hold of their lives.