Dr. Cole offers a patient centered approach with the goal of providing relief from despair. He works with his patient to uncover the best treatment individualized for each patient. Dr. Cole specialties cover a variety of conditions.
Patient treatment is focused on providing a personalized experience, throughout the entire course of treatment. Dr. Cole views the patient from a holistic view to ensure the best possible treatment outcomes.
Treatment recommendations are based on the best practices, current research and clinical evidence available. Dr. Cole will take a medical history and may recommend labs, studies, or referrals to other providers, as appropriate, so that any complicating factors in the treatment can be properly addressed and treated.
He is on the forefront of the following cutting edge treatments:
TMS is a non-invasive process often used when a patient has had no progress with talk therapy, medications or side effects of medicine are not tolerated. TMS is a series of repetitive, brief and highly focused magnetic pulses, designed to stimulate brain cells.
Depression: The feelings of severe despondency and dejection. It can take on many forms such as hopelessness, loss of interest, guilt, anxiety, excess sleepiness, insomnia, and fatigue to name a few.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD): The disorder of having recurring, unwanted thoughts driving a person to act obsessively. A person may have a fear of losing their family (obsessive thoughts) and ensue in rituals such repeatedly doing things a particular order (compulsive behavior) to protect them.
Anxiety: Anxiety is the unwanted feelings of being nervous, extreme worry, and anxiousness that is often associated with events or situations where the outcome is unknown.
Bipolar: Bipolar disorder involves extreme mood swings. The moods range from “manic” states where energy is extremely elevated along with high energy levels only to be followed by extreme low periods with feeling of hopelessness.
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD): ADD is the inability to focus on the task at hand. People with ADD are easily distracted often disorganized and forgetful. ADD can present itself to adults that are going through job changes, often from an active position to an office position.