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The University of Texas Medical School at Houston mission is to provide the highest quality of education/training of future physicians for the State of Texas.
Dr. Eidt is a third-generation chiropractor who has been in family practice for 16 years in London, Ontario. He practices a gentle, leading-edge chiropractic technique called Network Spinal Analysis and enjoys helping improve the quality of life of those he serves.
Cole Pain Therapy Group in 2008. He is a third generation
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Dr. Brad Cole specializes in sports injury rehabilitation, exercise prescription, and anti-inflammatory nutrition. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and has a Master's degree in Sports Science and Rehabilitation. With this advanced training, Dr. Cole integrates the scientific principles of athletic functional performance to improve the life of any musculoskeletal pain sufferer.
Dr. Cole is an alumnus of Evangelical Christian School and graduated with honors from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor of Business Administration. While in chiropractic school at Logan University, he began pursuing a Master's degree in the area of sports rehabilitation.
After graduating cum laude and completing multiple internships, Dr. Cole joined Cole Pain Therapy Group in 2008. He is a third generation chiropractor, following Dr. James R. Cole and Dr. Richard Cole.