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Dr. Rand McClain

Hormone replacement specialists & stem cell specialists located in Southern California, Santa Monica, CA • Houston, TX • Aspen, CO

Experienced physician and co-founder of Regenerative & Sports Medicine, Dr. Rand McClain, works with a wide range of patients, from elite athletes and celebrities to people from all walks of life who want to optimize their health.

• Women’s Health •

A woman’s body has certain distinct health needs that differ from men’s health care. These include conditions affecting the reproductive organs — uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, and vagina. Though there are problems that can affect both men and women, sometimes their effects present differently in a woman too.

Some of the women’s health areas the Regenerative & Sports Medicine team focuses on include:

  • Menopause
  • Hormone imbalances
  • Osteoporosis
  • Heart disease
  • Fitness
  • Nutrient status
  • Weight management
  • Sexual health issues

• Sexual Health •

Men, women, and people with alternative gender identities can all experience sexual health problems. Some of the main ones include:

Low libido

Some people have a naturally low libido (meaning they don’t need sex very often), which is perfectly normal as long as you’re happy. However, if you’ve lost interest in sex or have problems with arousal and it’s causing you distress, the Regenerative & Sports Medicine team can help.

Orgasm problems

Some people find it hard to achieve orgasm, or their orgasms are less satisfying than they used to be.


Women may experience pain during sex that makes them avoid intercourse. This could be due to vaginal dryness, most often because of menopause. Or, there might be a problem like a prolapse, where organs in the pelvis drop into the vagina. Some women have issues like vaginismus that causes the vagina to tense uncontrollably, preventing penetration.

Men also experience pain during sex or painful erections. A common cause is Peyronie’s disease, where scar tissue on one side of the penis causes it to curve. The tightness can cause severe pain when the penis is erect.

Erectile dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction means you’re having problems obtaining an erection or keeping it when you want to have sex. The occasional experience of failing to get an erection isn’t a serious issue — it could be due to alcohol consumption or fatigue, for instance. However, if erectile dysfunction happens regularly, there’s usually an underlying problem.

Premature ejaculation  

Premature ejaculation is when a man’s orgasm and ejaculation happen too soon. It may occur before or shortly after sexual activity begins.  

What treatments can help with sexual health problems?

The Regenerative & Sports Medicine team looks at all aspects of your life that could be affecting your health. They test your hormone levels, do a physical exam to check for any abnormalities, and discuss your lifestyle with you.

Once they determine the cause of your problem, there are many treatments they can use to restore sexual function. These include:

  • Nutrition and lifestyle counseling
  • Hormone replacement therapy   
  • Platelet-rich plasma (PRP)
  • Stem cells
  • Peptide therapy

Some people may be surprised by the link between overall health and sexual health issues. For example, being overweight or obese, lacking proper nutrition, and physical inactivity can affect your sexual health. Mental health is also key to sexual fulfillment. Stress, depression, and anxiety can all significantly affect your sex life.

• Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy •

Tired? Hot Flashes? 

Decreased Libido? Low Energy? 

Weight Gain? Loss of Muscle?

Irregular Periods? Sleep Issues?

Brain Fog? Forgetfulness? 

Thinning Hair? Dry Skin? Snoring? 

No Motivation to do what you love?

Bioidentical hormones are one type of man-made hormones available. These hormones are chemically identical to the ones your body makes, so you can absorb them easily. Bioidentical hormones are made in a laboratory and can come in different forms.

• Men’s Health •

Just as certain health problems only affect women, some conditions are specific to men. One of the men’s health issues the Regenerative & Sports Medicine team sees most often is low testosterone.

The male sex hormone, testosterone, is important in the development of male sex organs. It also has many other functions, including bone and muscle development, hair growth, and good mental health.

Signs of low testosterone (low T) include:

  • Low libido (reduced sex drive)
  • Fewer spontaneous erections
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Infertility
  • Low semen volume
  • Hair loss
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Reduced muscle mass
  • Reduced bone mass
  • Increased body fat
  • Mood changes
  • Sleeping problems

• Sports Injury Recovery •

Sports injury recovery is the healing process you go through after damaging your body when playing sports. It often requires expert treatment to restore full function to injured tissues and prevent chronic pain and weakness.

Sports injuries are common. The most likely causes of a sports injury include:

  • Trips and falls
  • Stretching too far
  • Exceeding your fitness levels
  • Collisions
  • Using old or unsupportive footwear
  • Exercising on hard surfaces
  • Not caring for a minor injury
  • Inadequate warming up or cooling down
  • Not wearing suitable protective equipment

Sports injuries prevent you from taking part in the activities you love. If you don’t get the proper treatment, you might have to play at a lower level or give up your sport completely. Therefore, it’s wise to seek help from specialists like the Regenerative & Sports Medicine team to ensure optimal sports injury recovery.

What conditions might require sports injury treatment?

You might recover from a problem like a mild strain or charley horse (cramp) in a muscle without needing professional sports injury treatment. However, not getting help for more serious injuries or ones that don’t resolve quickly and completely, could cause long-term problems.

Common kinds of sports injuries that typically require treatment include:

  • Concussion (head injuries)
  • Torn muscles
  • Ligament sprains
  • Tendon strains
  • Dislocations
  • Cartilage injuries
  • Stress fractures
  • Tendinitis

Proper sports injury recovery is vital — even a seemingly straightforward condition like tendinitis (inflammation of the tendons) can lead to complications. Without the right therapy, tendinitis could develop into tendinosis, where the tissue starts to break down. In addition, many sports injuries result in joint instability if they don’t get the proper attention.

What does sports injury recovery involve?

Some of the sports injury recovery options that Regenerative & Sports Medicine uses include:

Physical therapy

Physical therapy helps heal and strengthen tissues following a sports injury. There are numerous kinds of therapies, some active (like exercises you do each day) and some passive. Examples of passive therapies include heat and ice, bracing, therapeutic ultrasound, massage, and taping.


Biologic treatments include platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, peptide therapy, and stem cell injections. They use your body’s own cells to encourage faster tissue healing.


Cryotherapy uses extreme cold in short bursts to encourage healing and improve well-being.

It’s also important to consider the way you look after your body. Staying hydrated, managing stress, eating lots of fruits and vegetables, and avoiding unhealthy fats, sugars, and bad habits like smoking, can all make a significant difference to how well your body heals following a sports injury.

For the first time outside his private clinic, medical practitioner and pioneer Dr. Rand McClain shares what you can start doing today to increase longevity and better your health—at home or at your doctor’s office.

In this golden age of medical discovery, cutting-edge treatments are emerging that increase longevity, stave off disease, and enhance our appearance and quality of life—our “healthspan.” But chances are, these advances are not readily available at most doctor’s offices, in stores, or easy to find online.

Dr. Rand McClain takes a fresh approach to genetics, natural aging, and proactive medical treatments. He is the founder and head of the renowned Regenerative and Sports Medicine Clinic in Santa Monica, a leading practitioner of alternative and cutting-edge treatments. In Cheating Death, McClain shares the best drugs and supplements, treatment methods, and devices—approaches that are backed by extensive research as well as Dr. McClain’s own work with his patients—including:  

  • Little-known treatments that can reverse the effects of new and old injuries 
  • Emergent diagnostic and screening technologies that detect early onset disease sooner
  • Breakthrough methods (some DIY) to slow down or reverse aging in the body
  • Steps you can take now to enhance gene expression and side-step your “sins of the past” and poor family genetics


Best of all, McClain shows how you can get access to these therapies and jumpstart your body’s regenerative processes—everything from stabilizing mood swings, relieving depression and anxiety, extending hormone balance and sexual function, improving muscle strength and stamina, relieving debilitating pain, and restoring a youthful appearance. 

Bolstered with research and recovery stories from real people, Cheating Death gives readers the tools to live healthier, longer lives.