Dr. Tacita Robertson N.D. FAARM, AHAAP
I desire to assist you in living a happy, healthy, and vibrant life that exceeds your greatest expectations. Aging is not about a number, but rather longevity and quality of life. Medicine needs to be intelligent, with purpose and geared to the individual – not the masses. I want to help you reach your optimal health so that you can tackle life with energy, balance, and passion!
My own health struggles and frustration with the typical medical model has led me to specialize in anti-aging and regenerative medicine. I believe that the new model of medicine calls us to look at the cause of your health problems. My purpose as your physician is to not only relieve your symptoms, but heal your body (and thus disease) with effective, customized care. I offer a combination of traditional naturopathic treatments along with the latest evidence based approaches being offered around the world. I am continually training and researching so that I can offer safe and effective healthcare.
Dr. Robertson began her health education in 2000 at Southern Cross University in Australia, where she graduated with a four year Bachelor of Science in Naturopathy. She continued her studies at the esteemed Bastyr University in Seattle, earning a doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Robertson has chosen to focus her career on helping people age gracefully and beautifully. She is one of a few board certified Anti-Aging Specialists in the state of Washington, having completed over 200 hours of specialized training through the American Academy for Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine (A4M). Many physicians claim to be experts in anti-aging but do not have the proper specialized training. Dr. Robertson’s unique education allows her to combine naturopathic medicine with cutting edge laboratory testing and very effective evidence-based treatments.
When Dr. Robertson is not busy seeing patients, she enjoys kickboxing, boxing, hiking, and snowboarding. She is the mother of two young twins who constantly entertain her and keep her on her toes. Dr. Robertson looks forward to meeting you and assisting you in reaching your health goals!
DR. Brenden Cochran – ND
I am dedicated to listening and hearing each individual’s needs. My passion is to create a space for health to occur. I do this by creating a partnership between doctor and patient. I encourage each of my patients to be proactive with their own health, and I strive to be more than just a doctor. I am a coach, a supporter, and a healer…and I am here to serve you. We may share both laughs and tears as we journey through your health challenges; but my goal is to guide your journey to find balance on all levels of healing.
When I entered middle school at the age of twelve I had a devastating setback, losing my father to melanoma skin cancer. Truly struck with sadness I searched my soul to find my inner healer. As I grew older I felt a true calling to help people. This calling first brought me to the University of Washington in pursuit of medical school, where I obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry.
Brenden Cochran Lynnwood NaturopathI then attended Bastyr University, in Kenmore, Washington, the leading naturopathic medical school in the world. I received my Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from the four year accredited Naturopathic Medical School with training focused in prevention and promotion of wellness in a primary care setting. Once graduating I founded Interactive Health Clinic PLLC., a family practice that integrates the roots of ancient medicine with the philosophies of modern medicine – with the goal of promoting health.
I strive to make my patients and community feel welcome. I treat more than symptoms, instead looking at indications of your state of health and using them as a guide to address the cause of your health issues. I am committed to identifying the root cause of your health issues and will work tirelessly with you until we do.
I am passionate about the career I have chosen, work with people of all ages, and treat both acute and chronic illness.
Warmly, Dr. Brenden Cochran