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Dr. Theodore Cole

Family Physician or General Practitioner
Cincinnati, Ohio

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Cole Center For Healing / Cincinnati Hyperbarics
11974 Lebanon Road
Cincinnati, OH 45241

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Overall score given by Lan590 on 03/20/15


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Not given I could not imagine recommending this doctor. He recommends therapy for conditions people don't have, sells supplements that he is financially or family connected, which may or may not be a good thing depending on how you look at this. Has nice new office space, charges a fortune and I was left feeling duped to have gone there. The web site, his staff and he say they look for the root cause. How can you find a cause with no testing is done? If you are looking for an alternative medicine doctor then keep looking this is not your man. He does accept some insurance, but what is the point if you still have a copay or deductible and don't get your problem solved or correctly addressed?

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Comments by tedjcole on 03/03/16, 10:45 am:

The first thing I learned in my pharmacology class in medical school is that drugs can't cure. For that reason, I tend to not use a lot of them to treat conditions. I certainly don't make up a diagnosis for someone or treat them for something they don't have. To say that I 'do no testing'  is absurd. I run appropriate tests based on each persons situation. I can't control what insurance covers or how much they pay, and I suggest that everyone determine this before seeing any doctor. I have an excellent record of finding and correcting underlying causes of conditions. My guess is that Lan590 never stuck around to find that out.

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