Casey Martell, ND
Western Regional Medical Center
"I individualize treatment so that every patient has a plan that is specific to his or her personal needs."
- Casey Martell, ND
Naturopathic Medicine Degree(s)
- National College of Naturopathic Medicine, Portland, OR
- National College of Naturopathic Medicine
Practicing Since: 1999
“Cancer Treatment Centers of America, or CTCA, is one of the very few places where integrative health professionals truly work together,” says naturopathic physician Dr. Casey Martell.
Dr. Martell finds value in the resources provided to clinicians at CTCA. He says, “When staff and patients are provided with the support they need, we can all stay focused on the important work we’re doing.”
Originally from Canada, Dr. Martell began his undergraduate studies at Capilano University in Vancouver, British Columbia, under a science scholarship. He completed a bachelor’s degree at Simon Fraser University, also in Vancouver, with a focus on environmental toxicology and kinesiology. From 1994 to 1999, he studied naturopathic medicine at the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. There, he obtained a doctor of naturopathic medicine degree.
After completing his degree, Dr. Martell served as a resident physician and instructor at the National College of Natural Medicine’s community clinics as well as the Natural Choices Health Clinic in Portland. Dr. Martell joined CTCA in February 2014.
Dr. Martell is a licensed naturopathic physician through the State of Arizona and is a board member of the Arizona Naturopathic Medical Association.
As a naturopathic physician with CTCA, Dr. Martell recommends safe, evidence-based recommendations for herbal medicine, vitamins, minerals, homeopathics and other nutraceuticals that help improve patients’ quality of life during cancer treatment. Dr. Martell shapes his recommendations according to each patient’s needs. He also consults regularly with other integrative health practitioners at CTCA.
“CTCA attracts leading talent from a variety of clinical professions,” says Dr. Martell. “And actually ‘walking our talk’ sets us apart as an organization.”