Dr Ehle was born and raised in Texas. Early on, his exposure to medicine varied from EMT and surgery tech training to seminars on nutrition, homeopathy, manipulation and acupuncture with his father (a chiropractor). He received a Bachelor’s degree in Nutritional Science from Texas A&M and then attended Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine at the University of North Texas. During medical school, Dr Ehle worked as an OMM (osteopathic manipulative medicine) teaching assistant and served as president of the Complementary and Alternative Medicine Club. He also spent a month with the University of Arizona’s Integrative Medicine program run by Andrew Weil and then later in residency completed their Integrative Medicine 200 hour online curriculum. Dr. Ehle received his family medicine training at Maine Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency, one of 8 residencies whose program has an integrative medicine component. As a third year resident, he was honored to be elected chief resident. Dr. Ehle is board certified in not only Family Medicine but also in Medical Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine, an accomplishment only a few physicians across the country have achieved. Dr. Ehle’s passion for learning and teaching resulted in an award for STFM Resident Teacher of the year. In addition to his private practice, he works part-time as an assistant professor at Texas Tech University HSC School of Medicine, supervising and teaching family medicine residents the importance of integrative family medicine. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with family, soccer, church, photography, running and biking.