Todd Maderis, ND, LAc

Founder & Medical Director


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Dr. Todd Maderis is the Founder and Medical Director of Marin Natural Medicine Clinic.  He specializes in the treatment of complex chronic diseases such as Lyme disease and its co-infections, chronic viral infections, chronic fatigue and pain syndromes, immune dysfunction, environmental medicine and mold toxicity. He finds most chronically ill people need to be assessed in all of these areas to have a successful outcome.

Dr. Maderis’ approach is to find the root cause of a patient’s symptoms, so treatment can be properly directed. To reach an accurate diagnosis, he uses current and progressive testing methods, as well as clinical findings.   

Treatment modalities include vitamin and mineral supplementation, herbal and homeopathic remedies, pharmaceutical medication, Low-dose allergy (LDA) and Low-dose immunotherapy (LDI), and IV nutrient therapy. Having trained with ozone expert Robert Rowen, MD, Dr. Maderis regularly uses IV “ten-pass” ozone therapy in his practice.

“It is an honor to hear patient’s stories, then help them find and address the underlying causes of their illness or symptoms. The most rewarding part of my job is helping patients improve their quality of life.”

Dr. Maderis is a member of the International Lyme and Associated Disease Society (ILADS), California Naturopathic Doctors Association (CNDA), and the Naturopathic Academy of Environmental Medicine (NAEM). He regularly attends medical conferences on the most recent advances in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic illnesses. 

Specialties

  • Lyme Disease + Co-Infections, chronic viral infections
  • Chronic Fatigue and Pain related to Infectious Causes, Immune Dysfunction and Hormonal Imbalances 
  • Environmental Medicine Including Mold Toxicity and Toxic Metals
  • Immune Dysfunction Including Autoimmune Disorders and Inflammation
Dr. Maderis was one of the featured physicians in the PatientTalk.com Lyme Disease video series.  

Dr. Maderis was one of the featured physicians in the PatientTalk.com Lyme Disease video series.  

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