Navigating and finding understanding within this complex and often misunderstood dynamic can be tough, something that Dr. Chevalier works tirelessly to unravel.
In 2020, Dr. Antoine Chevalier was awarded the prestigious Bronze Citizenship Medal by the legacy foundation Sons of the American Revolution George Washington Chapter for his work with Veterans. The Good Citizenship Medal is presented to non-members who have demonstrated service to the community in a manner that supports the objects of their society. The Sons of the American Revolution gives only gold and bronze medals. The last recipient of the Gold Medal was ex Supreme Court Justice, Anthony Scalia.
The award was given to Dr. Chevalier, for treating more than 400 Veterans, mostly homeless, and athletes suffering from suicidal ideation due to the effects of concussion (post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), major depression disorder, traumatic brain injury (TBI), opioid addiction, chronic pain, and insomnia), and providing services free of charge to those who cannot afford it. He has successfully demonstrated that his Functional Medicine Protocols increase neural plasticity and connectivity more than 70% with long-lasting results after one session.
Dr. Chevalier received his first PhD from Sorbonne University in Paris, France in International Sustainable Development and Anthropology. His received a second PhD to become a Hygio Physician in the United States.
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The Live Free Memorial Day box created for Warrior Families Set Free does just this. Each box purchased includes a $5 donation towards the Warriors Family Set Free mission. Money raised will be used to further Dr. Chevalier’s research and to help more military families access his protocols.