martin L. Rossman, M.D., Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM)
Treat Illness • SUpport healing • CARE for the person
When we start with a good medical assessment then add nutritional, exercise, mind/body and oriental medicine methods that improve your circulation, increase your energy, and boost your immunity, you get the best possible results. Good medicine starts with taking the time to listen carefully, make sure you've had good medical treatment, and then developing a plan to improve your health and healing abilities.
Acupuncture, herbs, good nutrition, and simple movement and mind/body practices can significantly boost the effectiveness of the healing systems that are built into you. They can help you heal more quickly, whether you have a simple injury or viral infection, a chronic issue like back or neck pain, or a serious or complex illness.
When we treat the causes of disease AND boost your healing abilities we get the best results.
I have been a Medical Doctor and an acupuncturist for over four decades. I have worked with, learned from, and taught many of the major thought leaders in the holistic medicine field, and I work to bring the top level of expertise to every patient I see. I have many years of experience in separating out what works and what doesn't work, and can help you get the safest and most effective care available.
As a long-time Marin physician and Clinical Faculty member at UCSF, I can also connect you with the best referrals if we need additional specialty expertise .
I welcome patients with difficult, unusual, and complex situations, as well as patients with common problems like back and neck pain, headaches, irritable bowel syndrome, and autoimmune disease. I work well with children, teens, adults and elders and welcome them all.
I'd be happy to talk with you for ten minutes at no charge to see if we'd be a good fit.
University of Michigan M.D. • University of California, Clinical Faculty 1985 - present • Founding Board member, American Academy of Medical Acupuncture • Diplomate, National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine