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Eagle Fund

In 2004 I (Chris) fell about 15 ft. from a building while conducting combat operations in Fallujah, Iraq. After one failed surgery and months of bad advice about resting my back, I was processed for a medical discharge from the Marine Corps. Just before my final Medical Board, Alex Lincoln from Athlete’s Performance and the Andrews Institute reached out to me and offered to bring me to their facility for comprehensive treatment. I flew to Gulf Breeze and went through the most thorough, advanced, and organized treatment that the United States has to offer. Through that door a team of professionals, physical therapists, nutritionists, strength coaches, and surgeons, met with me to ensure the best and most successful treatment possible for my condition. When I left three months later, my back was repaired, my strength and flexibility were back on track, and my body composition was very healthy (10% body fat). I left with a complete workout and nutrition program and the full and continued support of the staff. I returned to duty with the Marine Corps and left on my own terms. They and God gave me my life back through physical healing. Recently, Athlete’s Performance, along with the Andrews Institute, established the Eagle Fund, which is designed to pay for this amazing treatment for our wounded warriors.

Please click the image below to go to their site. Thank you.

Some of the world’s most highly trained athletes are the men and women who make up America’s armed forces. When they get hurt in action, it puts more than a game in jeopardy.The Eagle Fund provides wounded warriors access to the highest quality of care possible.

Some of the world’s most highly trained athletes are the men and women who make up America’s armed forces. When they get hurt in action, it puts more than a game in jeopardy.
The Eagle Fund provides wounded warriors access to the highest quality of care possible.

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