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Marty Ross, MD

Co-owner with Tara Brooke ND of The Healing Arts Partnership and Lyme Disease Supplements and More is a board-certified family physician and specialist in integrative medicine. He takes a multi-disciplinary approach to caring for you by combining his skills in conventional medicine with herbal medicine, acupuncture, orthomolecular, or vitamin-based medicine, nutrition, chelation therapy,  intuitive medicine, and shamanic healing practices.
Marty attended Indiana University, and served his residency at Georgetown University where he was Chief Resident. He received advanced training in holistic disciplines and has the following certifications:
  • Medical acupuncture through UCLA Medical intuition Cranial-sacral therapy (dealing with the bones of the skull and along the spine)
  • Intuitive Medicine with Christine Page, MD
  • Counseling
  • Shamanic healing practices through The Foundation for Shamanic Studies
He trained with Jacob Teitelbaum, MD, in the treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia, and also received training through the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic Lyme disease.

His association memberships include:
  • American Holistic Medical Association
  • The American College for the Advancement of Medicine
Marty worked with Health Care for the Homeless in Washington DC before he established The Healing Arts Partnership in West Seattle, Washington. In the early 1990's, he worked for the United States Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources as the Lead Physician Advisor on U.S. public health issues. After moving to the west coast, he served as the Medical Director of the Community Health Centers of King County, where he helped establish the nation's first publicly funded alternative medicine clinic in an existing conventional family medicine clinic.While he still enjoys his family practice, Marty's interest and expertise in the treatment of complex and chronic illnesses grows. His focus on chronic complex illnesses like Lyme disease and chronic fatigue syndrome gives patients in the Northwest new treatment options. He continues to expand his knowledge in an effort to provide his patients with the best possible care. He is committed to treating his patients in a holistic way that considers all aspects of the individual, and that has deepened over the years and proven itself in his practice.