Dr. Mark McKenna Is Equally Adept at Starting Medical and Real Estate Businesses

Dr. Mark McKenna wears an impressive array of hats. He is a licensed surgeon, medical doctor, and holds a masters degree in business. He is a committed and passionate doctor who advocates for his patients. Dr. Mark McKenna originates from New Orleans, where he also attended Tulane University Medical School. His father is also a doctor. After graduating medical school McKenna practiced medicine with his father. At the same time, he started McKenna Venture Investments as a company that develops real estate. No doubt, he is a man of many talents.

Dr. Mark McKenna later went on to acquire Uptown Title Inc., along with launching Universal Lending. His real estate companies now employ over 50 people who oversee turnkey services for closing real estate and financing. However, hurricane Katrina cut his business success short, as it destroyed much of New Orleans. McKenna aided in rebuilding New Orleans by helping develop low to moderate income housing projects.

McKenna relocated to Atlanta, Georgia in 2007 and launched ShapeMed. It was his vision of both a medical practice with services for both aesthetics and wellness. Seven years later he sold the company to Life Times Fitness Inc. He served as National Medical Director for Life Times Fitness until 2014. In 2017, Dr. Mark McKenna took on the role of CEO/Founder of OVME. The company’s mission is to reinvent how elective healthcare works. Their products include medical aesthetics, and technology that is consumer-facing.

McKenna is the perfect example of what happens when education merges with talent and vision. He is married to Gianine McKenna, and they have two children. McKenna is the type of person who loves starting businesses, and has a complete track record of successes. He is constantly on the lookout for ideas that will disrupt an industry. In his case, it happens to be both real estate and medical.

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Dr. Cameron Clokie pioneering regenerative medicing

Dr. Cameron Clokie is a oral surgeon, professor, CEO, and leader in bone regeneration technology.

Dr. Clokie is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon in Toronto, Ontario. In addition to his practice, Dr. Clokie is a professor of oral and maxillofacial surgery at the University of Toronto and the CEO of Induce Biologics Inc.

Dr. Clokie completed his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) in 1985, diploma in oral and maxillofacial surgery in 1990, post graduate fellowship training in 1991, and PhD in 1992 from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec.

The CEO of Inducec Biologics, Dr. Clokie has taken on a bold new frontier of medicine: regenerative biotech. Regenerative medicine is a medical concept that dates back to 1938, but doctors like Cameron Clokie are today making the idea a reality.

The bone regeneration procedures pioneered by Dr. Clokie and performed at Toronto General Hospital and Mount Sinai Hospital have successfully utilized the body’s ability for regrowing healthy bone cells.

Dr. Clokie’s technique “resets” the biological clock of damaged bone to trigger growth, similar to the type of rapid bone growth that happens in newborn babies. This innovation has successfully regrown bone in adult patients requiring reconstructive surgery after illnesses like cancer. Typically these patients require physical reconstruction with grafts of bone and tissue from other areas of the body to replace the lost bone.

Dr. Clokie’s new method allows the bone to regrow itself, eliminating the need for painful and invasive grafting techniques. While it still requires surgery, the procedure and recovery time are much shorter than traditional reconstructive methods.

The regenerative procedure is still relatively uncommon, and because it is not covered by insurance the costs are still high. Dr. Clokie is collaborating with surgeons around the world to mainstream the procedure and reduce cost so that technology can be available to all eligible patients.

Dr.Cameron Clokie holds 25 US and international patents that are established or pending. Through building alliances in medicine and business, he is working to make bone healing technology commercially viable. As these new technologies become more common, Dr. Clokie is changing oral and maxillofacial surgery and beyond.