He has an office at the Institute of Complementary Medicine on Jefferson St in Seattle, and is quite awesome. He's a naturopathic doctor that teaches at Bastyr University in Seattle, and is a Nurse Practitioner. He doesn't know about CFS but was very up front about that and interested in learning more. The first appointment was $120 without insurance, and lasted about 75 minutes. He took a detailed history, and had all my info on medications and such. Despite not know about CFS, he suggested checking my cortisol and epinephrine/norepinehprine levels, and starting on an elimination diet on the short term. He thought I was already on the right supplements (richvank's protocol basically) and just suggested adding D-ribose to it after the elimination diet. He also suggested I get checked for active viruses when I get back to the Netherlands, since my insurance has a better chance of covering it there and it's expensive. Basically he's going for a whole body approach, in ways consistent with what the CFS experts recommend, despite that he doesn't know anything about CFS. I was impressed that he took such a multi-system view of my problems, and is tackling it from all angles.