About Dr. Wayne Anderson, N.D.
A perspective based on curiosity, wisdom, and knowledge.
Wayne Anderson, N.D. is on a constant mission to seek innovative solutions to chronic conditions. He is driven by his dedication to pushing the bounds of what is known and what is yet to be discovered.
Ever since he began his career as a family practice physician three decades ago, Anderson has been well aware of the inability of conventional medicine to address the needs of many patients suffering from chronic, debilitating illnesses.
In a quest to combine traditional medicine with alternative practices, he traveled the world to exchange ideas with leaders in alternative medicine, many of whom he now views as healing partners.
A physician’s physician
Anderson’s reputation has grown exponentially as a result of his mission. In addition to his clinical practices in Santa Rosa and Mill Valley, California, he dedicates much of his time to the health professionals who seek his counsel in the case management of multi-factor, multi-system and multi-symptom illnesses.
Besides Lyme Disease, Chronic Fatigue, and Fibromyalgia, these conditions include Chemical Sensitivities, Autism, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Attention Deficit Disorder, Food Allergies, and even depression and anxiety.
Anderson, a popular speaker at conferences including ILADS, ACAM, OHM, and LIA, is especially committed to educating doctors on how to better recognize serious issues early-on.
Recently Anderson developed and coordinated an internship program at Clear Center of Health in Mill Valley, California, with the help of Beth McDougall, M.D. He has served as an instructor and supervisor of residents and student interns at both Sutter Hospital and U.C. Davis Physician Assistant programs. He also taught medical students at Tuoro Osteopathic Medical School.
Dr. Anderson graduated from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine.
About Dr. Elizabeth Large
Mind / Body united.
Dr. Elizabeth Large brings her work in the mental health field to the mind/body approach she uses in treating chronic and debilitating conditions.
Early in her career, she served as a counselor to severely emotionally disturbed adolescents and adults, including crisis care. After receiving her doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Southwest College in Tempe, Arizona, she treated mood disorders, addiction, and chronic fatigue at Recovery Systems Clinic.
Dr. Large has always had a strong interest in the mind/body aspects of overcoming immune disorders due to her own personal healing journey. It was at Recovery Systems that she became acquainted with difficult-to-diagnose patients in this area, finding that the majority had chronic low level infections, GI imbalances and toxicity.
Her interest eventually led her to seek further training from Dr. Wayne Anderson. Now, she specializes in the treatment of Lyme disease, Chronic Fatigue, acute and chronic infections, GI disorders, as well as petrochemical and heavy metal toxicity. She strongly believes in nutrition counseling and gastrointestinal repair as a foundational approach to chronic illness.
Dr. Large works in private practice in Mill Valley with Dr. Anderson, as well as in Lafayette, CA with Dr. Tara Levy She has completed an internship at the Clear Center of Health.