Dr. Greg Hyde is a Board Certified Otolaryngologist with over 20 years experience.
He attended Brigham Young University as a Spencer W. Kimball Scholar where he graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry. He received his medical training at the University of Washington School of Medicine where he graduated with honors. He continued with residency training at the University of Washington where he simultaneously completed a PhD degree in the Department of Biological Structure. His thesis work studied the metabolic control of the neuronal injury response using a hearing loss model. He received numerous grants and awards for his work as well as publications in top Neuroscience journals. He taught anatomy courses while at the U of W and helped oversee the Head and Neck Anatomy Lab.
After residency, his career has focused on patient-centered care using Integrative Medical techniques. He has completed fellowship level training with the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy, the American Academy of Environmental Medicine, and the American Academy of Anti-aging Medicine. He has over 20 years of experience with advanced treatments for allergy and immunology. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Pan American Allergy Society. He has training in Sleep Medicine and has served as the medical director of several sleep labs. He is now a Medical Director of High Tech Breathing Technologies, a company which is improving human performance by training proper breathing techniques to optimize oxygen transport and utilization. He has advanced training in interventional endocrinology and has been using bio-identical hormone therapies to help his patients for nearly 20 years. He is interested in helping his patients to “die young, as late as possible”.
In addition to his broad knowledge of many allopathic methods, he has been incorporating healing using Biophysical energy methods, bridging Eastern and Western medical philosophies, modern and ancient. He started this quest when half his vision was restored using sound in 1998.
He currently works with his wife, Elena Marr, ND, at The Vita Institute, a division of Truhealth Medical, where he is the Chief Medical Officer.