Dr. LeMay graduated from the University of Nevada School of Medicine in 1996 and completed a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 2000 at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. He is the founder of Regenesis LLC which incorporates physical medicine and performance medicine for health and wellness.
Dr. LeMay is Board Certified in both Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as well as in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. He has completed a fellowship in Metabolic and Nutrition Medicine through the Metabolic Medical Institute.
Dr. LeMay is an associate clinical faculty member at Florida State University and has been part of the Performance Nutrition lecture series through Florida State University’s Institute of Sport Sciences and Medicine department, and for the Certified Professional Sports Dieticians Association in 2016.
Dr. LeMay has been on the Performance Nutrition Advisory Board for EXOS/Athletes Performance. He is on the medical advisory board for the Task Force Dagger foundation for SOF Health Initiatives program for SOCOM. He was on the Special Operations Medical Association Advisory Board in 2015.
He is a consultant for the Washington Wizards (NBA), Washington Capitals (NHL), and Oakland Raiders (NFL). He is the medical director for the EXOS NFL mobile retirement combine program through the NFL Players Association. He is the Honorary Commander of the Air Force Special Operations Special Tactics Training Squadron. He is the medical director for SOF Missions which engages in medical mission trips throughout central and south America.
Dr. LeMay is married to an encouraging wife and has 5 children that span the ages 2 through 22.
Kevin Lacz was born and raised in central Connecticut. He enrolled at James Madison University in 2000 in pursuit of his lifelong dream of becoming a doctor. When the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 claimed the life of a good friend’s father, however, he decided to leave school in favor of the military. A SEALs poster on the wall at a Navy recruiter’s office inspired Kevin to enlist in the Navy with orders for BUD/s (Basic Underwater Demolition / SEAL training). He went on to graduate with BUD/s Class 246. As a Hospital Corpsman, Kevin also attended 18-D Special Operations Combat Medic School at Fort Bragg before checking into SEAL Team THREE in Coronado, California. Soon after, he attended Army Sniper school and returned to Charlie Platoon where he began preparing for his 2006 deployment to Iraq.
In 2006, Kevin deployed to Ramadi, Iraq with Charlie Platoon, Task Unit Bruiser. The work he did as a platoon sniper and medic contributed to his task unit becoming the most highly decorated special operations task unit since Vietnam. Kevin personally conducted numerous sniper over watches, direct action missions, raids, and tribal engagements in support of the effort to halt the spread of violence through Ramadi. For his actions on his 2006 deployment, including acquiring numerous enemy kills and braving enemy fire to carry a fallen comrade to safety, Kevin was awarded a Bronze Star with a Combat ‘V.’ In 2008, Kevin returned to Iraq, this time as a member of Delta Platoon. His focus was the Iraqi border with Syria and the interception of foreign fighters trying to infiltrate the country. He completed another deployment with Chris Kyle, this time as a platoon sniper, medic, and breacher; a trifecta of certifications that made Kevin the only member of his platoon qualified to go on literally any operation they planned.
As a SEAL, Kevin gained extensive experience in Special Operations Combat Medicine, Special Operations Dive Chamber Medicine, Military Free-Fall HALO and HAHO Operations, Long-Range Target Interdiction Sniper work, Survival Evasion Resistance Escape (SERE) Training, Battlefield Interrogations, Close Quarters Combat (CQC), Counter-Terrorism Operations, and Naval Special Warfare Lead Breaching Operations. In addition to his Bronze Star, Kevin was awarded two Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medals with Combat ‘V’s and a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal.
Upon completing his enlistment, Kevin was honorably discharged from the Navy. He returned to Connecticut and enrolled at the University of Connecticut with the intention of continuing his career in medicine. He graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Political Science in 2011 and began the application process for Physician Assistant School. While earning his undergraduate degree, he also got married and started a family. In 2012, Kevin moved his family to Winston-Salem, North Carolina to pursue his Masters of Health Sciences at Wake Forest University. He graduated in August 2014 and passed his medical boards. He is a certified Physician Assistant.
Kevin’s 2006 deployment has been discussed extensively in the media and in books, including Dick Couch’s ‘The Sheriff of Ramadi’, Jim DeFelice’s ‘Code Name: Johnny Walker’ and Chris Kyle’s ‘American Sniper.’ Because of his close working and personal relationship with Chris Kyle, Kevin was asked to contribute to ‘American Sniper’ through interviews with Chris’ coauthor, Jim DeFelice. Kevin was instrumental in the production and filming of American Sniper where he served as SEAL Technical advisor and co-star alongside Bradley Cooper, direct by the legendary director Clint Eastwood.
Kevin and his wife Lindsey are co-authors of their New York Times Bestselling book: ‘The Last Punisher’. Kevin continues to help and support veterans with his charity, Hunting for Healing, which he co-founded with Lindsey in 2015. Kevin continues to work in the entertainment industry as professional speaker and is represented by Greater Talent Network. He lives in Florida with his wife, Lindsey, and two young children.
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