Edward O. Tomoye D.O.,M.A., is a board-certified osteopathic physician who specializes in Infectious Disease, Wound Care, Undersea (Dive) and Hyperbaric Medicine, and Natural Pain Management - with the use of Osteopathic Manipulative medicine and other modalities. He runs a multidisciplinary medical practice with primary interest in Natural Pain Relief
Dr. Tomoye obtained his Doctor of Osteopathy from Ohio University, College of Osteopathic Medicine . He also has a Fellowship in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine from Duke University Medical Center and a Fellowship in Infectious Disease from University of Massachusetts Medical Center.
During his year at Duke University’s Department of Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine he participated in multiple research projects including publication of a chapter in the 14th edition of the Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Indications textbook.
Dr. Tomoye is a Board Certified physician in Internal Medicine, Infectious Disease, Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Care. He is also an Adjunct associate professor of medicine at the University of North Texas School of Osteopathic Medicine.
Honors and Memberships
AOA, ACOI, UHMS
When not practising medicine Dr. Tomoye supports the military and veterans. He also enjoys travelling, playing and watching sports especially soccer, football, track & field and martial arts. He also loves nature, photography music and art.
Chinedu Okafor has been an RN for over 19 yrs. with diverse experience in Adult Care, Geriatrics and Home Health, Children Medical/Surgical Care, Newborn Nursery, and Neonatal ICU.
She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Texas, Arlington, and her FNP-MSN in 2014 from Walden University. Chinedu Okafor also holds two other bachelor’s degrees in biology and Interdisciplinary Studies. She chose to be a Family Nurse Practitioner because she loves all patient groups and wanted to be able to help a broader spectrum of patients.
Her passion lies in preventative care with the belief that "one ounce of prevention equals a pound of cure." She loves to teach about wellness with a strong belief that many of the chronic diseases that we face today can be prevented. The key lies in educating and empowering our patients to believe that things can be different and to take control of their health. She strongly believes in "nutrition therapy" as a key element in health promotion and disease prevention.
Her experience as the CEO/Administrator and Supervising Nurse of Integrity Home Health Care Services for over 14 yrs has also prepared her with both business and clinical skills needed for a healthcare organization. Chinedu is a patient advocate, loves serving her patients, and strives to give her very best to them. She considers her job as a calling and believes that serving God and others is what life is all about.