Theran “Dr.T” Adamson grew up in New Mexico and went to college and Medical School at the University of New Mexico. He completed a family practice residency and obstetrics fellowship at Franklin Square in Baltimore, Maryland. After completing that program, he practiced in rural Arizona, taught at a residency program in Fort Collins and then opened a private practice there. In 2014, he began to move into addiction, becoming board certified in addiction medicine in 2015. He has been medical director and director of medical services at several facilities. Mostly his experiences have been with co-occurring and dual diagnosis. He brings a passion for recovery and the idea of recovery as emphasizing growth in all aspects of our being.
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