Michelle Veneziano, DO

655 Redwood Highway, Suite 160   Mill Valley CA 415.259.9026


Michelle Veneziano, DO

Michelle Veneziano, DO, became board certified in family medicine in 2004. Additionally, she has completed 20 years of intensive training in the hands-on diagnosis and treatment methods of Osteopathic Medicine in which she currently specializes. Her approach is based in Osteopathy in the Cranial Field, which serves as the platform from which she practices all forms of osteopathic manual medicine.

Dr. Veneziano earned her BA from UC Berkeley and her DO degree from The College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific (COMP). She serves as Associate Clinical Professor of Osteopathic Family Medicine at both the College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific in Southern California and Touro college of Osteopathic Medicine in Northern California. She has published original research in Osteopathy in the Cranial Field, is a peer reviewer for the acclaimed natural medicine journal Explore, The Journal of Science and Healing and has been interviewed for ABC TV for her successes in treating patients with chronic headaches.  

Dr. Veneziano is currently in private practice in Mill Valley.  She lives in San Geronimo Valley with her spunky adventurous daughter Giulia. They camp. A lot.


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Andrew Lange, ND

Andrew Lange ND is a Naturopathic Physician licensed in the State of California.
He is the author of Getting to the Root: Treating the Deepest Source of Disease (North Atlantic Books). He is also a contributing author to A Textbook of Natural Medicine by Pizzorno and Murray and Panic: Origins, Insight and Treatment by Schmidt and Warner.
Dr. Lange served as Chair of the Department of Homeopathic Medicine and Supervising Clinical Physician at Bastyr University in Seattle.  He has taught internationally and is currently the director of the Lange Research Group. 
“Andrew Lange is a true physician and healer in the traditional sense. When he speaks of “getting at the root,” he means the true core of disease where the most serious and intractable maladies hold their deepest grip. Lange uniquely addresses the effects of alienation, loneliness, and sexual trauma on chronic illness while presenting clinical approaches to solving the patterns of psychosomatic suffering. A medicine which can use the most advanced features of the immune-system along with the transductive features of alternative and resonance-based systems may well transform humankind."  

Richard Grossinger, author of Planet Medicine and Embryogenesis


Contact: mail@andrewlange.com

Brigitte Essl, MA, DCM, MD (Euro)


Dr. Essl is an Austrian MD, with post-graduate training leading to an MA in Counseling Psychology, a Doctor of Chiropractic, and expertise in Classical Homeopathy. These postgraduate trainings have expanded her clinical methodologies; they provide her with a deeper understanding of how illness and wellness are influenced by the human psyche and the nervous system. She uses non-invasive, multi-layered healing approaches to address a patient's needs.

We live in toxic environments that overload a body's detoxification abilities: toxic body burden in connective tissue and organ systems does interfere with a person's ability to recover. Compounded by life challenges, microbial invasion as well as nutritional deficiencies due to poor diet, malabsorption and stress, the body's adaption systems can be severely challenged. She desigsn individullay tuned supplement programs and utilize a variety of biological products for drainage, detoxification, and re-nourishing energy production. This approach can be very effective also for patients after chemotherapy.

Modalities also include Family Constellation Work (Hellinger work), Metabolic Balance®, Neurofeedback (LENS) and hands-on trauma release work.

Susan Boudakian, DO

A board-certified pediatrician and Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Dr. Boudakian is a graduate of the University of New England, College of Osteopathic Medicine, and completed her pediatric residency at Los Angeles County + USC Medical Center. Over the course of her nearly two-decade career in pediatrics, she has practiced both conventional (allopathic) medicine and osteopathy, making her ideally suited to serve as a bridge between standard and alternative medicine. In addition to many years in private practice for general pediatrics, she has also spent time specializing in adolescent medicine and pediatric rehabilitation medicine, focusing on neurologic, congenital and traumatic brain conditions. She taught cranial osteopathy at Western University of Health Sciences and biodynamic osteopathy at Touro University.. Her approach is based in Osteopathy in the Cranial Field, which serves as the platform from which she practices all forms of osteopathic manual medicine.

Dr. Boudakian learned about Osteopathy through her parents–both dentists. During her teens, her parents saw many difficult dental patients with TMD (temporal mandibular dysfunction), which caused headaches and neck related problems. Because traditional dentistry didn’t seem to help these patients, they searched for alternatives. They were among the first dentists in California to take a basic cranial osteopathy course. Hearing about the great results they got using the most basic cranial osteopathy inspired Dr. Boudakian to take a similar approach to healing–learn standard medicine and learn how to use her hands to diagnose and treat the human body.


Bertrand Vandeville, DO

One Medical Greenbrae - Primary Care / Osteopathic Manual Medicine

Michelle Veneziano, DO