Racing For Heroes' Veteran Vitamin Program's purpose is to reduce the veteran's use of pharmaceutical drugs and replacing those medications with 100% natural vitamin regimens that are custom tailored to the individual's physical and metaphysical needs. We have too many friends that have become dependent upon pharmaceutical drugs, reducing their overall well-being and ability to live to their fullest potential, both as members of families and society. All too often, these drug interactions lead to intentional and unintentional overdoses. The Veteran Vitamin Program is specifically designed to counteract these occurrences.
The process is quite straight forward, the veteran gets multiple blood panels drawn, Dr. Lemay's office sends them to get tested, then a time is scheduled for Dr. Lemay to speak with the veteran, where for the first time ever consulting the veteran, Dr. Lemay is able to tell the veteran what his/her signs and symptoms are, without his prior knowledge. From there, the veteran will be prescribed 100% natural vitamin regimens that are specifically tailored to their individual needs, helping restore normal levels of naturally occurring and produced hormones in the body. Dr. David Lemay heads the important specialty of Regenesis at iLifestyle Destin. Regenesis is a lifestyle medical practice that focuses on removing barriers that stand in the way of maximizing human performance and recovery. People can accomplish regenesis through fitness, promoting metabolic efficiency to reduce the risk of future disease. This bridges into integrative medicine and combines a background in treating musculoskeletal injuries with functional medicine. Treatments may include nutritional optimization, hormone replacement and optimization, lifestyle modification, and adjustments. Dr. Lemay is board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation as well as anti-aging and regenerative medicine. He does consulting work for Special Operations Forces and professional sports teams including the NBA’s Washington Wizards. He maintains positions with Thorne Research, EXOS (Athlete's Performance), and the Special Operations Medical Association Research Committee.