Dr. Martin Offenberger graduated in psychology from Cornell University and then obtained his MD from State University of New York Downstate Medical Center. He completed his training at Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn, New York.
He served in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War as Chief Medical Officer of the Air Force Clinic in the Azores Islands, Portugal.
After service, he was a partner at Rosecrans Medical Group in Norwalk, California and then founded the More Institute, a school for human relations.
Later, he founded Morehouse Medical Clinic in Brea, California, a multispecialty group featuring orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, internal medicine, neurology, acupuncture, and psychotherapy.
Subsequently, he served as Medical Director for a group of 29 addiction clinics throughout California.
He then served as Physician Administrator for the International Pain Research Institute and Medical Clinic in Beverly Hills, California.
For the past 20 years, he has been associated with Mesa Medical Group, a multispecialty group featuring injuries and illnesses of workers and professional athletes.
His outside interests include people, systems of enlightenment and healing, sports, music, foreign travel and culture, philosophy and religion.