Dr. Cory Rice graduated from Baylor University with a bachelor's degree in forensic science and then completed medical school at the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine in Glendale, Arizona. He attended Methodist Medical Center of Dallas for his internship and residency in Internal Medicine. He was chosen as Chief Resident of his Internal Medicine residency program during his final year.
Dr. Rice's professional interests include nutrition based chronic disease management as well as bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for men and women. His main focus in his practice is on wellness and prevention, nutrition, therapeutic lifestyle change and appropriate hormone balancing for men and women. His practice is a blend of both functional and lifestyle medicine.
Dr. Rice has been featured on local television as well as local and national radio to discuss a wide range of health care topics, including obesity in adults and children, healthy eating, healthy exercise and lifestyle medicine. He remains actively involved in the education of young trainees and established healthcare practitioners on the benefits of lifestyle medicine as it relates to patient care and 21st century chronic disease.
Dr. Rice was one of six physicians elected to a two-year term on BioTE Medical's Advisory Board starting in 2015. He has also been certified as a physician mentor through BioTE Medical, a leading provider of natural hormone replacement therapy using subcutaneous pellets, where he helps certified health care providers on the use of bioidentical pellets for both men and women.
Dr. Rice has also been invited to speak at the annual Lifestyle Medicine Summit in Phoenix in 2015. He will be speaking on healthy aging in the context of therapeutic lifestyle change and proper hormone balancing.