Interactive Health Clinic located in
Lynnwood, WA.

Our Mission

Positive outcomes, progressive care, and root cause resolution is an essential focus at Interactive Health Clinic. By integrating emerging science with conventional medicine we provide cutting edge diagnostics and treatments to target optimal outcomes in proactive and active health. Our caring health team is committed to providing individualized care for you as a person.

Dr. Brenden Cochran ND, FAAO

I am excited to work with you to address your health needs and provide solutions to your obstacles.

Dr. Brian Orr, ND

A heartfelt effort to coordinate compassion, skill and service.

Dr. Tacita Robertson ND

A passion for functional medicine and regenerative aesthetics.

Dr. Matt Sullivan, ND, LAc

I am driven to give my patients who have cancer well-rounded naturopathic support before, during and after their standard oncology treatments.


I look forward to continuing to service patients with their scheduling and supplement needs.


I’m ecstatic to be here!


I love working with patients and staff to support and find the best outcome for your health care.

Abundant Energy, Pain Free Activities,
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Practitioner Training

Practitioner Training

Naturopathic doctors (N.D.) are family practice-oriented primary health care doctors. Naturopathic doctors receive training from a four-year, graduate level, accredited naturopathic medical school and must successfully pass extensive postdoctoral board examination (NPLEX) in order to receive a license. Currently four naturopathic colleges in the United States are accredited by the US Department of Education.

Interactive Health Clinic’s co-founders graduated from Bastyr University, the largest university for natural health arts and sciences in the United States. Graduates of Bastyr actually receive more hours of training than an allopathic doctor graduating from Yale University Medical School*.

A licensed naturopathic doctor (N.D.) must fulfill state-mandated continuing education requirements annually, and will have a specific scope of practice defined by their state’s law. Licensed naturopathic doctors are educated in all of the same basic sciences as an M.D., but also study holistic and nontoxic approaches to therapy, with a strong emphasis on disease prevention and optimizing wellness.

In the state of Washington, naturopathic doctors are board-certified primary care providers trained in conventional medical sciences, diagnosis and treatment, and are experts in natural therapeutics. In addition to a standard medical curriculum, naturopathic doctors are required to complete training in clinical nutrition, homeopathic medicine, botanical medicine, psychology, physical medicine and counseling (to encourage people to make lifestyle changes in support of their personal health).

For more information, please download this Comparative Curricula document.

*SOURCE: Comparing Curricula of Naturopathic Medical Schools, Conventional Medical Schools, and Non-accredited “N.D.” Programs

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