Marisa Pellegrini, ND



Dr. Pellegrini supervises students clinicians in the Department of Naturopathic Medicine, including the Diabetes and Cardiovascular Wellness specialty shift at Bastyr Center. She also is a primary care physician for both acute and chronic health conditions and enjoys seeing a diverse patient population. 

Clinical Interests:

Dr. Pellegrini's clinical interests include diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Drawing from her past experience as a research assistant, Dr. Pellegrini’s therapeutic approach combines the most recent medical research with traditional healing practices. She supports her patients’ health with herbal medicine, hydrotherapy, nutrition, detoxification, lifestyle changes and counseling.

Healing Philosophy:

Dr. Pellegrini’s prior work as a teaching assistant enables her to educate and empower her patients to make their own informed decisions. She enjoys integrative healthcare because it allows her to coordinate the best of conventional and alternative medicine to provide the highest-quality care to her patients.

Education & Affiliations:

Dr. Pellegrini earned her ND from Bastyr University, emergency medical technician (EMT) certification from North Seattle Community College, wilderness first responder certification from the American Alpine Institute, and a BS in psychology from the University of Houston. Dr. Pellegrini is currently an assistant professor at Bastyr University for the school of Naturopathic Medicine.