Happy Veterans Day

As a United States Air Force veteran, I want to thank all of my fellow brothers and sisters who've served their country. Thank you for your sacrifices and service!

And to support our Veterans, Nerve Renew is donating a portion of every sale today (Nov 11th) to the Wounded Warrior Project!

About the Author

Dr. Don Kennedy is a board certified family physician with special training in geriatrics and regenerative medicine and has practiced for over 35 years. He is the son of a professional bull rider, an avid surfer, author, Professor at Stetson University, and grandfather.

Dr. Kennedy lives in Central Florida with his wife of 35 years, still sees patients daily and surfs (pretty good for a 68 years old)!

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9 comments

  • Thank You all for Your service – spent 40 years in USAF, flying all over the world. Would do t again – in a minute!!! Everyone should serve – if possible – it is a life changing experience!

    Larry Rengstorf, SMSgt, USAF Ret
  • I spent over 11 years in the U.S.Navy and enjoyed it; Even on a Viet Nam cruise. Everyone should try the military if capable.

    Keith Dvorak
  • Thanks for your service Dr. Kennedy! My husband Dick was in the army in l955-57. We got married at Fort Bliss Texas. His battalion was in charge of shooting the first missle, the Corporal,out at White Sands proving ground. He’s in heaven now and I miss him. I too support a couple of the army organizations. Say hi to Wes and I’m still using a few of the projects. God bless you. Virgie Kraayenbrink from Iowa.

    Virginia Kraayenbrink
  • Dr. Kennedy, First, thank you for your service. Second, thank you for your products, the sharp, stabbing pains are gone completely and the tingling is down 90% or more. Talk about service to others! As a Vietnam Veteran and brown water sailor I always like to remember the 1st Minnesotans at Gettysburg. They grabbed the flag and stormed the hill. Eighty percent of them died on that charge in an attempt to turn the battle and save the nation. I have given so little compared to them. Ever Forward. Neal Benjamin ETN2 USN 1966-1972

    Neal Benjamin DDS MAGD FACD
  • My father Col.Anthony Stankus, was a veteran of the second world war and very proud of his service. He served over 30 years in the medical field of the army and we did the same as his family. Thanks to all veterans of all wars and peace time too. And a greatful daughter who just turned 87 years young.

    Anne Lewis

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