Executive Assistant & Orthopedic Surgical Biologics
Ms. Brandy Wians has worked with Austin. Yeargan MD and the Regenerative Medicine Clinic since joining him in 2008. A native of Massachusetts, but now very much a North Carolinian, Brandy has worked in the medical industry for over 12 years including management in Ophthalmology and serving as an orthopedic surgery patient advocate.
Ms. Wians’s experience with Doctor Yeargan’s clinical treatment model led her to Regenerative Medicine, a proven and viable alternative to traditional orthopedic surgery. Her years of experience and genuine personality make her the ideal person to advise you on the benefits of ortho-regenerative Signaling Cell therapies as it compares with traditional surgical options.
Ms. Wians administrative experience coupled with her clinical skills and interest in the field have led her to become involved in writing and editing scientific regenerative medicine literature. Most recently her work on the potential of the endocannabinoid system in orthopedic surgery was featured in EC Orthopedics.
Orthobiologics Surgical Biologics and Research Coordinator
Ms. Brittany LaRussa is a North Carolina native, elite-level soccer athlete who attended Meredith College in Raleigh. Making her way from Raleigh to Wilmington, Brittany earned a degree from UNCW in exercise science and learned a passion for molecular medicine and the future of orthopedic surgery.
It’s not just her thirst for knowledge and clinical training accomplishments that makes Brittany so special, it’s her passion to help patients improve their lives, clearly evident in how she interacts with patients.
With her science background, Brittany is also heavily involved in writing and editing scientific regenerative medicine literature that has been published in open access orthopedic surgery journals. Most recently, Ms LaRussa and Doctor Yeargan have published a white paper on the benefits of magnetic resonance cartigram in the setting of osteoarthritis and orthopedic immunobiologics.