James Hornyak, PA-C
Physician Assistant, US Stem Cell Clinic of The Villages
US Stem Cell Clinic of The Villages
Topic: “The Healing Power of Stem Cells”
Audience: Working and retired adults
Territory: Central Florida: Brooksville, Ocala, Spring Hill and metro Orlando: Altamonte Springs, Apopka, Doctor Phillips, Sanford/Lake Mary, Windemere, Winter Garden & Winter Park
Unlike traditional medical professionals, James Hornyak is more concerned with healing what ails you than with simply making you feel better. And rather than sending you off with a prescription for drugs that merely treats your symptoms, James uses your own body to heal the causes of your pain, discomfort or disease.
Currently Physician Assistant at U.S. Stem Cell Clinic of The Villages, James works under the supervision of the clinic’s medical director in stem cell harvesting, processing, and therapy. As part of his work, James provides comprehensive assessments of chronic and acute diagnoses for stem cell therapy, performing minor surgical procedures and joint injections, IVs and nutritional counseling.
Always fascinated by biology and chemistry, James pursued a career in medicine right out of college. But instead of taking on enormous debt for medical school, he chose to become a certified Physician Assistant which enables him to practice medicine under a supervising physician.
After getting his Physician Assistant license, James joined West Florida Medical Associates, a primary care provider in Inverness. While doing comprehensive assessments, diagnosis, treatment and coordination of acute and chronic cases, James became intrigued by the life-altering healing powers of the body’s own stem cells, and pursued specialized training in stem cell technology.
James is licensed by the Florida Department of Health Board of Medicine and was certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants in 2014.
He earned both his Master of Physician Assistant Studies degree and Bachelor of Science in Health Science from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh.