Deborah D. Viglione, MD

Internal Medicine
103 Nightingale Lane
Gulf Breeze, FL 32561 Get Directions
850.565.4175
Deborah D. Viglione, MD
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Annual Membership Fee

412.50 every 3 months
825.00 every 6 months
1,650.00 each year

My Philosophy and Approach to Wellness...

My passion as a primary care physician is to help heal people, prevent illness and slow the aging process. I do not want to just treat your symptoms. I would prefer to find out the cause of your illness, if possible, and focus on a path to recovery and wellness. The focus at Living Waters Regenerative Medicine Center is on helping patients maintain a youthful, vibrant, healthy state. As one of the few internal medicine doctors on the Emerald Coast offering a personalized healthcare approach, similar to concierge medicine, I am able to spend extra time with you to do a thorough diagnostic work-up and customized plan of care. You will love the warm and relaxed atmosphere here and the individualized attention you receive from my exceptional staff.

At Living Waters, we offer a complete range of internal medicine care and advanced and specialized testing as part of the MDVIP Wellness Program. In addition, we also offer a broad spectrum of cosmetic and stem cell procedures, including office-based liposuction and fat transfer. I have spent many years studying and practicing in the fields of nutrigenomics, methylation and functional medicine. I also completed the first stem cell fellowship from the American Academy of Anti-aging and Regenerative Medicine in 2012. 

My practice is located on the pristine coast of the Gulf of Mexico in Gulf Breeze, Florida, and serves patients from Pensacola, Ft. Walton, Niceville and Crestview in Florida, as well as Orange Beach, Mobile, Atmore and Foley in Alabama. I am affiliated with Baptist Hospital and Gulf Breeze Hospital. I have four children and two stepchildren. I love the outdoors and all water sports. I enjoy traveling and exploring other cultures. My plan is to live to a ripe old age maintaining youthful vitality the whole way, and I want to help you do the same!
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Dr. Viglione's Credentials

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Residency:
Keesler US Air Force Medical Center
Keesler Air Force Base, MS
Internal Medicine 1987-1989

Internship:
Keesler US Air Force Medical Center
Keesler Air Force Base, MS
1986-1987

Medical School:
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC
Doctorate of Medicine 1986

Undergraduate:
Wake Forrest University
Winston-Salem, NC
Bachelor of Arts, Biology 1981

American Board of Internal Medicine
American Board of Anti-aging and Regenerative Medicine
Chelation Therapy, American Board for the Advancement of Medicine
Baptist Hospital
Gulf Breeze Hospital
Fellow, American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine
Florida
North Carolina
Major, United States Air Force 1986-1993
Reserves 1982-1986
Honorable Discharge 1993

Testimonials from patients of Dr. Viglione

from Patricia in FL March 12, 2020 for Deborah D. Viglione, MD

I had a problem with a sensitive spot on my neck. I asked for a scan of my neck which she agreed to and she said " and let us get a chest xray." The spot on my neck turned out to be nothing, but the chest xray showed a spot on my lungs. After a pet ,the spot lit up as it does for cancer. After a lung operation, it was found to not cancer as she and others had.expected. It was a… See more

from Carolyn in FL March 11, 2020 for Deborah D. Viglione, MD

Doctor Viglione is a thoughtful and intelligent person. She stays on the leading edge of medical and aging technology, options and alternatives for todays health issues. She doesn't stop growing or learning which is to my advantage as her patient. She has a wealth of experience. I am new (one year) to MDVIP and I really like the program and that Dr. Viglione is a member physician.… See more

from Patricia in FL March 1, 2018 for Deborah D. Viglione, MD

Dr. V is very caring about her patients. She also has the intuitive ability to ask for certain tests that have proven to find difficult medical problems in my life so they could be treated. I appreciate her being open to alternative treatment when she feels it will be beneficial.

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