L. Terry Chappell, M.D., has thirty four years experience as a family physician with a special emphasis on preventive and nutritional medicine. A graduate of DePauw University in premed and the University of Michigan Medical School, Dr. Chappell has established a worldwide reputation as a leader and teacher of Complementary and Alternative Medicine. He has served as President of American College for Advancement in Medicine and is currently President of International College of Integrative Medicine.
Dr. Chappell has published several books, the latest being Questions from the Heart, a popular patient guidebook to chelation therapy. He also contributed chapters to several best selling books including: The Yeast Syndrome by Trowbridge and Walker, Pain, Pain, Go Away by Faber and Walker, and 40 Something Forever by Harold and Arline Brecher. He has also authored numerous pamphlets and scientific articles, many of which have been published in scientific journals. He is on the Editorial Board of three medical journals.
Dr. Chappell has served as a consultant for five medical schools, and is involved as Chief Investigator or co-investigator for several research projects. He has been Board Certified by the American Board of Family Physicians (recertified in 2007), the American Board of Pain Management, the American Board of Chelation Therapy, The International Board of Advanced Longevity Medicine, and holds a certificate of added qualifications in Geriatrics and Advance Longevity Medicine. He is also a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the Ohio State Medical Association.
Other credentials in holistic medicine include membership in the Price Pottenger Foundation, the Rheumatoid Disease Foundation, the American Association of Health Freedom, the American Association of Orthopedic Medicine, the American Academy of Environmental Medicine, and positions on the Board of Directors of the Bluffton Health Chapter.