Larry Holmes still holds the distinction today of being the longest
reigning World Heavyweight Champion in boxing history (1978-1985),
second only to Joe Louis. Larry defended his title twenty consecutive
times (all-in-all, fighting a total of twenty-six title bouts throughout his
career) and held the record for forty-eight straight wins, next to boxing
legend Rocky Marciano. Larry Holmes was always ready and eager to
enter the ring, sometimes fighting nine times in one year. The "Easton
Assassin" never backed down from any contender throughout his
career. Larry Holmes is a proven Champion with a strong desire and
heart to win.
Dr. Allan N. Fields has been a practicing surgeon specializing in general and
pelvic surgery since 1973. He is currently the attending physician and surgeon
at Sinai Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Florida, resident physician of 21st
Century Radiation Centers, and attending physician for United Cerebral Palsy
(Broward and Palm Beach counties). Previously, he served as Associate
Clinical Professor of Surgery at Nova Southeastern University, Professor of
Surgery at Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine, and Chairman of the
Department of Surgery and Chief of General Surgery for Humana Hospital
(South Broward). He was recently honored by the American Association of
Professional Ringside Physicians as “Physician of the Year 2004” and was
presented with the key to the city of Miami Beach, Florida and honored with “Dr.
Allan Fields Day” by Hollywood (Florida), where he resides.
For more than two decades, Dr. Fields was Chairman of the Speaker’s Bureau of Public Education
for the American Cancer Society (Dade County). Dr. Fields also was the
recipient of the National American Cancer Society physician award.
Dr. Fields is also active in sports medicine, serving as team physicians to the
USA Olympic Team (Florida 1996), former Chairman of the Medical Advisory
Board for the Florida State Athletic Association and Chief Physician for the
Florida Kickboxing and Karate Association, Ringside Physician for the Florida
Boxing Commission and Vice President of the American Association of
Professional Ringside Physicians. He is a member of the USA Boxing Olympic
Committee, Chief Physician for Florida Gold Coast Boxing Association,
American College of Osteopathic Surgeons, and American and Florida
Osteopathic Medical Association.
Listen intently to Dr. Ko speaking about Carpal tunnel syndrome, Joint pain, and Firbromyalgia pain.
Dr. Gordon Ko, Dr. Gordon D. Ko MD, CCFP(EM), FRCPC, FAAPMR, CIME, CMAS,
N.MD, is a medical graduate from the University of Toronto, Canada. He completed
additional residency training in Family practice, Emergency medicine and his current
specialty of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (Physiatry). He is an active member
of the American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, the Association for
Applied Psycho-physiology and Biofeedback and the Canadian Medical Acupuncture
Society. He serves as a director for the Canadian Association of Orthopaedic
Medicine and as advisor / past president for the Chinese Canadian Medical Society.
Dr. Ko is also on the editorial review board for the Natural Medicine journal (Fairfax
Publications). In addition, he is board certified in the American Board of Physical
Medicine and Rehabilitation, the American Board of Independent Medical Examiners
and the American Naturopathic Medical Association.