Dr. Michelle Zimmer
Cincinnati, OHTri-State Developmental Pediatrics
Thanks for your interest in Tri-State Developmental Pediatrics. My practice is located centrally in Hyde Park, Cincinnati, Ohio. As a board certified Developmental Behavioral Pediatrician, I specialize in the care of children with ADHD, mood disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and developmental delays.
I am also committed to building a practice where children and teens can come to learn how to take care of mild mental health problems, BEFORE they become larger problems. There are many ways that children and teens can learn to take care of their physical and mental well being. Stress reduction techniques such as mindfulness meditation, yoga and guided imagery are effective ways to build mental wellness. Self care is also important to physical and mental well being. Through our Friday Class Series, we offer group classes on stress reduction techniques, advise on healthy lifestyle, good nutrition, exercise, and why it is important to get off screens and get into nature.
I would be honored to be a part of your journey towards helping your child live their best and most productive life.
- University of California San Diego - Center for Mindfulness Teacher Training 2019
- Fellowship in Integrative Medicine- University of Arizona 2010-2012
- Fellowship in Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics -Johns Hopkins University 1998-2001
- Chief Residency in Pediatrics- Georgetown University 1997-1998
- Residency in Pediatrics - Georgetown University 1994-1997
- Medical School at University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, MD 1990-1994
- Undergraduate at Xavier University, BS Natural Sciences 1986-1990
- Owner and Founding Physician, Tri-State Developmental Pediatrics 2019-
- Community Pediatrician, Queen City Physicians - Trihealth: 2012-2019
- Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Division of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics :2005-2012
- Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, Child Development Unit: 2001-2005