Angeli Maun Akey, MD, FACP

Dr. Akey of FIRRIMup™ Doctors’ Good Medicine is board-certified in internal medicine and integrative and holistic medicine. In addition, she has trained in functional and regenerative medicine.

Dr. Akey has been in clinical practice for more than 25 years. She is also the founding medical director of North Florida Integrative Medicine, Ageless Medical Solutions, and the Palm Beach Institute of Preventive Medicine.
Her interests in other healing traditions have led her to teach at the Florida School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Currently, she specializes in early-stage detection, delay, and reversal of chronic diseases.

Dr. Akey’s undergraduate experience was at the University of Florida, where she was accepted on six academic scholarships. She was subsequently the youngest person ever admitted to the University of Florida’s College of Medicine in the Junior Honors Medical Program, where she graduated with high honors.

Dr. Akey did her internal medicine residency, taught as an assistant clinical professor, and served as a chief resident at Yale University. She mentors pre-health care professionals and medical students in her office to teach them the FIRRIMup™ model for whole-person wellness.

The FIRRIMup™ model is an approach to navigating and solving complex medical problems. This is described in detail in Dr. Akey’s book, “Fine Tune Your Hormone Symphony” (2011).
Dr. Akey is a sought-after speaker at home and abroad where she has taught and presented the FIRRIMup™ model in the USA, Brazil, Poland, Spain, Italy, and France. She currently lives with her family in her hometown of Gainesville, Florida, USA.


Kathleen O'Neil-Smith, MD, FAARM

Dr. O’Neil-Smith of FIRRIMup™ Doctors’ Good Medicine is a magna cum laude graduate of the Boston University School of Medicine. She completed postgraduate training in pathology at Harvard’s Massachusetts General Hospital and Internal Medicine at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.

Dr. O’Neil-Smith has a degree in exercise physiology. She has been an athlete on the national rowing team for 40 years and a coach for 6 years. She has also worked as an office- and hospital-based internist.

In 2008, Dr. O'Neil-Smith shifted to functional and regenerative medicine after completing a 2-year fellowship. She recently completed a stem cell certification through The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M) and a traumatic brain injury (TBI) certification by Age Management Medicine Group (AMMG).

Dr. O'Neil-Smith has extensive personal use of peptides and stem cells in her private medical practice. She treated her only son with peptides when he had a severe TBI with a forecast of slim chances of returning to normal function. Her son recently graduated with a math degree two years after that injury.
For the past 10 years, Dr. O'Neil-Smith has a direct access practice in functional, integrative, and regenerative internal medicine in Boston. She is an international thought leader in the clinical use of peptide therapy.

Dr. O’Neil-Smith is an innovative and compassionate doctor. Her teaching style is approachable, friendly, and creative. She makes complex ideas simple, a testimony to her early career as a high school and a college science teacher prior to going to medical school. Dr. O’Neil-Smith currently resides with her family in Boston.


To birth the new and emerging field of Regenology, an interdisciplinary field of medicine which encourages collaboration from the bench to the clinic and across all specialties of medicine. To teach clinicians and consumers about the FIRRIMup™ model of healing the whole person which promotes treatments that are safe, therapeutically effective, sustainable and affordable and aim to ultimately prevent disease and reverse chronic conditions including those conditions that have exhausted all conventional therapies.