Ron Medlin, Ph.D., LCADC, has spent 24 years in the field of pharmacological nutrition. He worked for 17 years at the Oxon Hill Medical Group, a large medical practice in the Washington, D.C. area, and for the past 8 years as Director of the Institute of Life & Health. His practice focuses primarily on complimentary approaches to recalcitrant problems unresolved by conventional, medical, and psychological modalities.
Ron Medlin received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Carson-Newman College. He then went on to obtain his Master’s of Divinity from the Southwestern Theological Seminary.
For several years, Dr. Medlin was the Pastor at the Yucca Avenue Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas and then at the Manchester Baptist Church in Manchester, Maryland.
In a desire to further help people, he continued his education and received his Doctorate of Psychology from Kensington University and pursued his LCADC (Licensed Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor) certification.
In an effort to help the recovering addict, he studied and developed a specific nutritional protocol for this type of patient. From this stemmed his devotion to pharmacological nutrition and aiding the complex patient.
Dr. Medlin continues his studies on a daily basis in order to keep up with the vast nutritional information available, determine what’s hype and what isn’t and to be current on the latest supplement studies.
He has had many successes with patients whose other healthcare practitioners were unable to help.