Founder of Dr. J Regenerative Medicine and LifeClickTM IHR Software System

James J. Mahoney, DO

James J. Mahoney, D.O. (Dr. J) is a board certified Osteopathic physician who received his Doctor of Osteopathy degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1985. Board-certified in family medicine after an internship in Corpus Christi, Texas and family medicine residency in Flint, Michigan, he served as an assistant professor in the department of family medicine at the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine. He trains physicians at National meetings for the American Osteopathic Academy of Prolotherapy and Regenerative Medicine as well as being actively involved with the American Academy of Orthopedic Medicine.

Dr. J is in Southlake, Texas and has been in private practice since 1989. Dr. J practices Regenerative Medicine, delivering solutions to health and wellness that are truly revolutionary. His patent-pending LifeClick™ system opens the entire health experience to patient and doctor alike. LifeClick™ has been developed over the last 15 years with excellent results for thousands of patients. Dr. J incorporates this technology to find the root cause of health problems and create a unique plan for each patient. That plan often includes hormone pellet therapy, nutritional support and intensive regenerative therapies including platelet-rich plasma and adipose derived stem cell injections. Ultrasound guidance is always helpful to precisely identify the cause of pain or other problems.

Dr. J is a recognized leader in the fields of Regenerative Medicine and medical informatics. He has been a frequent guest on television and radio programs to present his straightforward view into the complex world of health, medicine and nutrition. He helps debunk medical myths and delivers powerful and scientifically sound methods to eliminate everyday health challenges.

At his Southlake office, James Mahoney, D.O., takes best practices from conventional and holistic medicine to treat everything from weight loss to autism.

Medicine is a tricky business. Research-based theories and lab tested results make their way into our doctors’ exam rooms and hospitals, and patients are remedied based on historical data and modern discovery. Science is medicine’s foundation. Cancer gets chemotherapy. Diabetes gets insulin. Convention is about x-rays and pills and logical sense. This is how most doctors are taught to look at the human body.

Yet sometimes, despite best efforts, research is wrong. On occasion the body’s systems get stuck. Have an allergic outbreak. React poorly to toxins. Give in to idiosyncrasies that make the eye twitch or the rash spread. This is precisely where James Mahoney, D.O., founder of the Southlake-based Center for Hope and Healing, comes into the waiting room.

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