Martin Wallace Carpenter, MD
People are the most interesting thing on planet Earth. Being invited into the process of life by a person in pain is truly the greatest honor a doctor can receive.
My father was the quintessential "country doctor" and medicine was all I knew growing up. My philosophy of care is that patients are people who have an illness, not cases that need to be fixed. In order to help a person, you must first understand who they are are then you can proceed with treatment.
- Year began practicing:
- Year joined staff:
Areas Of Interest
I especially enjoy treating Bipolar Disorder and Schizophrenia. Other areas of interest include substance abuse, personality disorders and the use of mindfulness practices to treat emotional disturbance.
I spend my free time woodworking, playing in a band, doing my podcast and spending time with my wife and five children.
Education & Training
- University of Kansas
- University of Missouri - Columbia, Medical School
- University of Iowa, Psychiatry
Awards & Certifications
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology