Dr. Ted Cole has been using amino acid therapy for the correction of neurotransmitter dysfunction since 2003. During that time he has treated over 2000 patients using this method (as of 7/15). He is also a coauthor with Dr. Marty Hinz and Dr. Al Stein on several peer reviewed papers about this approach.
Dr. Cole attended Centre College in Danville, Kentucky and obtained a BA degree with a major in Psychobiology and a minor in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
From there, he attended Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky and was awarded his MA degree with a double major in Clinical and Experimental Psychology.
His next stop was with Pinellas County Mental Health Services in St. Petersburg, Florida. He held a position as a staff psychologist in the Child and Family Outpatient Unit. Here he was responsible for working with children to provide psychological, academic, and intelligence testing, as well as working in conjunction with schools to design specific programs for children based on their individual needs. He also provided group, individual and family therapy sessions.
Dr. Cole then attended the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Athens, Ohio. He did his internship at Detroit Osteopathic Hospital and his residency at Doctor’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. He is board certified in Family Practice and Integrative Medicine, and is a Fellow of the American College of Integrative Medicine. He has also earned his degree as a Certified Traditional Naturopath.
Dr. Cole founded The Cole Center for Healing and Cincinnati Hyperbarics, where he has practiced since 1989 using a wide variety of standard and integrative therapies.
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