Kaley Burns, ND
Dr. Kaley Burns received her Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine from the National University of Health Sciences in Chicago, Illinois. During her time in Chicago, Dr. Burns worked as a research fellow assisting with massage therapy and manual medicine clinical trials. Additionally, she volunteered in Nicaragua providing health care to an underserved population as part of Naturopathic Doctors International.
Dr. Burns previously practiced as a Naturopathic Physician in an integrative family practice in Manchester, CT. Having interned at YNC, she was eager to return as an associate physician and support the greater Billings community.
Dr. Burns has a passion for endurance events, playing the piano, and exploring new hiking trails. She embraces a natural approach to health and aims to inspire and guide others on their health journey.
Expertise: Primary care and preventative medicine, nutritional counseling, regenerative injection therapies including: Prolotherapy and PRP, digestive health, autoimmune conditions
Licensed Primary Care Naturopathic Physician- Montana Alternative Healthcare Board
Licensed Naturopathic Physician- Connecticut Department of Public Health
Foundations of IV Nutritional Therapy for Physicians Certification Course
RIT Cervical/Thoracic Spine and Upper Extremity Certification Course
Craniosacral Therapy Level 1 Course Completion
Rocktape FMT 1 and 2 Taping Certification Courses
ITCA certified triathlon and endurance coach with nutritional training emphasis
Montana Naturopathic Physicians
Licensed as primary care physicians, Montana's ND community are dedicated professionals who combine nature's wisdom with the rigor of modern medical science. Engaging with a ND means you will focus on comprehensive diagnosis, proactive prevention and effective natural therapies. By using treatments that minimize the risk of harm, naturopathic physicians help facilitate your inherent ability to restore and maintain optimal health. It is the naturopathic physician’s role to identify and remove barriers to good health by helping you heal both your internal and external environments.
Naturopathic physicians work in private practice, in hospitals and clinics and in community health centers. Accountable and qualified, NDs undergo rigorous graduate-level naturopathic medical education and supervised training in federally accredited naturopathic medical colleges. To be eligible for licensure, a graduate ND must pass the NPLEX (Naturopathic Physicians Licensing Examination), in order to be regulated by state or US territory as health-care practitioners.
Naturopathic medicine has something to offer very heath condition. NDs are prevention specialists! Start your kids off right with personalized nutrition advice; learn how to adjust your own habits to reduce your risks. Among the ailments naturopathic physicians treat are chronic conditions like allergies, pain syndromes, digestive issues, hormonal imbalances, obesity, respiratory conditions, heart disease, women's health conditions, men's health conditions, child-specific conditions, adrenal dysfunction, fibromyalgia and irritable bowel syndrome, as well as acute illnesses like colds and flu. NDs can perform minor surgeries, such as removing cysts or closing superficial wounds. NDs are fully educated and experience supervised training in the therapeutic use prescription drugs; in Montana your ND may prescribe certain medications you may require. However, the emphasis of naturopathic medicine is patient education, self care and prevention and the safe, effective therapeutic use of natural healing agents.
You will be assessed in all the familiar and appropriate ways, through physical exam, testing of body fluids or cells, or diagnostic imaging. Your ND may also offer specialty testing. You will be educated about your diagnosis and your doctor's thinking regarding your plan of care. You will be a full partner in your healing process. Your naturopathic physician will always optimize your nutrition with whole food choices as well as vitamin, mineral, amino acid and fatty acid supplements. Your treatment may include botanical tinctures or teas; you may benefit from infusion or injection therapy or a homeopathic prescription. A naturopathic physician will employ cognitive behavioral therapies or teach you relaxation techniques or therapeutic breathing if these make sense for you. Your ND can act as a gatekeeper on your health care support team when your best interests are served by referral to a medical specialist, an acupuncturist, a yoga teacher or a surgeon. Your ND will collaborate with your whole health care team in order to serve your needs thoroughly and effectively.
Jacqueline Arnold, ND
Dr. Arnold has been in health care since she was 16 years old. She utilizes her past nursing experience along with specializing in chronic illnesses like cardiovascular diseases, thyroid problems, ADD/ADHD, autisum, cancer support treatment, IV nutritional therapies and chelation, men's and women's hormone issues, chronic fatigue/fibromyalgia syndromes and utilizes NAET for treating and clearing allergies.
Margaret (Maggi) Beeson, ND
The founder and owner of Yellowstone Naturopathic Clinic, Dr. Beeson is a national leader in efforts to advance the quality of naturopathic care and integrate conventional and alternative medicine for patient benefit. She brings 35 years of medical experience to her practice, including a 20-year career as a nurse, certified midwife, physician assistant, and nutritional consultant. Before completing her naturopathic training at Bastyr University, she served in the U.S. Navy Medical Corps, and worked as a hospital and private practice nurse involved in surgery, recovery, acute and chronic care, ICU, psychiatry, allergies, nutrition, and environmental medicine. Dr. Beeson is committed to her Montana community, advancing clinical training for NDs, and collaborating with the conventional medical community.
Buffy Binder, ND
Timothy Binder, ND
Alisun Bonville, ND
Roberta Bourgon, ND
Noelle Butler, ND
Dr. Noelle specializes in naturopathic medicine for individuals with chronic illness. She has a special interest in oncology. Extensive education in cancer treatment and research allows her to meet with patients and their loved ones anywhere on their journey, from the suspicion of cancer to survivorship. Dr. Noelle graduated with a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in Seattle. She has additional certification in craniosacral therapy and visceral manipulation.
Katie Carter, ND
Dr. Katie Carter has been practicing naturopathic medicine since 1986. She is a primary care physician and treats all illnesses, acute and chronic. Dr. Katie understands that to truly get patients well she must get to the root cause of an illness. The symptoms of an illness only guide a physician. In the last decade, Dr. Carter has enjoyed her focus in treating pain in general, and pain from autoimmune diseases. She incorporates neurotherapy, mesotherapy, prolozone and certain osteopathic techniques into her practice.
Liz Cavin, ND
Dr. Liz Cavin listens to you. She takes the time to understand your unique health concerns and health goals. She considers your health history, your sleep routine and diet, the supplements and medications you are taking, your stress levels, your digestive health and much more. She develops a full picture of your health so she can address your symptoms and design a personalized plan that will help you be well.
Dr. Liz Cavin specializes in women’s healthcare and supportive cancer care. Care regimes include conventional and specialty diagnostic testing, nutritional supplements, botanical medicine, whole food nutrition, trigger point therapy, flower essences and homeopathy to help you improve your health.
Dr. Liz Cavin grew up in Albuquerque NM. She received her BA in Cultural Anthropology from Humboldt State University. Dr. Cavin obtained her medical degree from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine (NCNM) in 2006. In her spare time Dr. Liz enjoys hiking, identifying medicinal plants, biking, reading, cooking and hanging out at home.
Margaret Coffey, ND
Dr. Margaret Coffey is committed to providing excellent, affordable naturopathic primary care.
- using Direct Primary Care model to decrease cost
- Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University
- Completed primary care residency in Vermont
- Undergraduate degree from U.S. Air Force Academy
Dr. Coffey offers free 15-minute consults to prospective patients.
Dawn Dalili, ND
Dr Dawn Dalili is a Naturopathic Physician practicing in Missoula, MT. She focuses on metabolic therapies, helping her patients improve metabolism, balance hormones and lose weight. In addition to her training as an ND, Dr Dalili has studied Eating Psychology and Transformational Coaching, which allows her to help emotional eaters change their relationship with food and finally achieve the vibrant health they desire.
If you are struggling to change your diet in a lasting way, can't lose weight in spite of eating well and exercising, or if you're simply tired of feeling tired, Dr Dalili offers a unique solution that may be just right for you.
Paloma Defuentes, ND
My mission as a doctor for 37 years has been to help people achieve their maximum potential in life. I am an ND in the US, an MD in Spain, and a DO and ND in England. I am a member of the AANP (American Association of Naturopathic Physicians) and the MANP (Montana Association of Naturopathic Physicians).
My vision as you first find my office is that, together, we will address the issues that you bring, whether they are physical, mental, emotional, or a matter of changing habits. As the issues are resolved, you will feel empowered in knowing the effect that food, thoughts, and emotions have on overall health. You will be on the fast track to achieving your goals, and I will be delighted to be your coach.
Being a patient at the clinic will bring you new direction in life. Not only will physical health improve, your mental-emotional approach to your health will change. Blockages to good health will open, and you will achieve your idea of perfect health.
Urgent Care & Home visits available.
I am a family practice doctor who treats heart disease/diabetes, obstetrics/gynecology, infectious diseases, pediatrics & childhood disorders, children’s biochemical imbalances, allergy/asthma, men’s and women's health & aging, arthritis/rheumatology, school/sports physicals, musculoskeletal disorders/sports injuries, digestive disorders/IBS/constipation, cancer, chronic fatigue/autoimmune disorders, dermatology, chronic pain/migraines, mental health, adrenal fatigue/endocrinology, and nephrology/kidney disease, among other ailments. I specialize in Homeopathic German Enderlain products.
Joanna Dove, ND, LAc, BBE
Dr. Dove has a Master of Traditional Chinese Medicine in addition to her ND degree . She combines both disciplines for diagnosing and treating the underlying cause of imbalances within your body. Therapies include IV nutrition and chelation; acupuncture, Chinese and Western herbs, Keesey hemorrhoid treatments and Bowen Therapy. Dr. Dove is also a certified Buteyko Breathing Educator.
Your story is important to Dr. Dove. The better she gets to know you, the better she can help you identify and treat the cause of your discomfort.
Nan Dunne Byington, RN, ND
Dr. Dunne works with high androgen, inherently insulin resistant women diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). PCOS Consultations is your opportunity to take advantage of my 30 years of professional and personal experiences to make great strides in your own progress to excellent physical health, spiritual peace and emotional resilience. When you are ready to focus on your own self care, when you want to develop your capacities to take care of yourself and be available at your best for everything that matters to you, a consultation with me can clarify your situation, economize your efforts and accelerate your progress to reliable well-being.
Colleen Gagliardi, ND, LAc, C-CH
In our clinic, we help you identify the underlying cause for your symptoms so that we can address it using a natural medicine approach.
Renee Goddard, ND, RN
I retired from my clinical practice July of 2014. Currently I cover for other doctors and nurse Physicians when needed. I also do consultations via telephone and the internet. My specialities are women's health and cardiovascular medicine as well as general naturopathic care. I worked as a registered nurse for 33 years and therefore have a good grasp of allopathic medicine (regular medical care) as well Changing from running a clinic to what I do now allows more time for what I love in life: My Lord, my family, herbs and natural medicine. Reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
My rates are very reasonable. You may have "ASK THE DOC" type of questions or desire a full case analysis; either way, our communication will be by email and telephone. May His Heart and Hands be our guide.
Steven K. Gordon, ND
NATUROPATHIC AND CHRONIC DISEASE MEDICINE;
Pain elimination and joint/tissue recovery medicine with Prolozone Therapy;
Heart and Circulatory Medicine with Chelation Therapy;
Bio-identical Hormone Therapy;
IV and Ozone Therapies.
Dr. Gordon a graduate of National College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1996. Trained at The New York Diabetes Center under Dr. Richard Bernstein, MD. in 1997. Training with Detrich Klinghardt, MD in 1996-98, heavy metal detox and Neural Therapy. Founding member of the Bio-identical Hormone Society in 2004 with under Jonathan Wright, MD. Prolozone training with Dr. Frank Shallenberger in 2012 Member of American Academy of Ozonotherapy. Member of New York Academy of Science.
Jeffrey R. Green, ND, DAN
Dr. Green treats the whole person by recognizing that diet, lifestyle, environmental exposures, stress and emotions all affect ones' physical well being. He addresses chronic pan issues usingSCENAR Therapy (http://www.the-cma.org.uk/Articles/Scenar-Therapy-3667/) or (http://www.scenar.com.au/technology-2/scenar-therapy/), Prolozone Injection Therapy, Ozone Therapy, Trigger point therapy, Neural Therapy, PRP Therapy, Stem Cell Therapy, and supplements. Dr. Green strives to maximize total health and prevent recurrence of disease by eliminating the cause, not just the symptoms, of a given condition. He is also a Defeat Autism Now (DAN) certified Physician.
Amy Haynes, ND, LAc
Dr. Amy Haynes practices medicine in Missoula Montana. For over 30 years, she has served Montana as a primary care physician using Naturopathic Medicine and Acupuncture as her key stone and guiding light for her treatment programs. She has completed advanced courses in Homeopathy, Acupuncture, Proliferative therapy, Joint Regenerative Therapy, Stem Cell Therapy, Hyperbaric Oxygen, Neural therapy, Botanical medicine and the list goes on. She has lectured and delivered workshops nationally and internationally.
Joe Holcomb, ND
Dr. Holcomb is expert in balancing hormones, especially stress hormones and thyroid. He has helped hundreds of people overcome hormone imbalanced issues. He is also skilled with advanced IV therapeutics, prolozone, neural-therapy, meso-therapies, botanical medicine, homeopathy, constitutional hydrotherapy, ozone therapeutics. Dr. Holcomb have received advanced certification in bio-identical hormones, T3 thyroid protocol (WTS), chelation therapy, advanced IV therapeutics and ozone therapeutics.
Melody Keller, ND
Dr. Keller specializes in treating fatigue and hormone related disorders - including menopausal symptoms, infertility, and more using a functional medicine approach using natural treatments such as herbs, natural hormones, nutrition, and diet that are best suited to you. She also treats patients with digestive disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, and other chronic health conditions. Dr. Keller treats patients of all ages and stages with child wellness exams to DOT physicals and more. She would love to meet you, so please stop by and meet her or set up a free consult to get a feel of how she can help you become healthier and live the life you are made to live.
Mark Kelley, ND
Kate Kennedy, ND
Susan Kreitzberg, ND
Jennifer Krieger, ND
Erika Krumbeck, ND
Dr. Krumbeck specializes in pediatrics, infertility and postpartum women's health. Dr. Krumbeck is one of few physicians who has specialized training treating chronic conditions in children using safe, gentle and effective natural remedies. She treats families in the preconception and postpartum periods to help create healthy babies and happy Moms and Dads. Dr. Krumbeck also sees adults of all ages using the best of conventional and alternative therapies to optimize wellness. Careful listening and holistic care are the hallmarks of Dr. Krumbeck's practice.
Sarah Lane, ND
Michael Lang, ND
Board certified in Advanced Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy.
Offering Vital Life Programs - a preventive approach for building and maintaining strength, flexibility, cognition and immunity as we mature. Bio-identical hormone therapy as well as medically supervised weight loss programs are available.
Robert Lemley, ND
Peri-menopause and menopause specialist. The only doctor in southwest Montana who carries the Certified Menopause Credential from the prestigious North American Menopause Society for the last 11 years. Also, men's health, gastrointestinal issues and other primary care needs.
Thor Liebert, ND
Dr. Liebert's specialities include constitutional homeopathy, physical medicine and biopuncture.
Good medicine for the good people of the Bitterroot Valley.
Teresita Martinez, ND
Kellyn Milani, ND
Ian Nesbit, ND
Nancy Patterson, ND
Danielle Phillips-Dorsett, ND
Paul Raish, ND
Biotherapeutic Drainage; Heavy Metals; Cranio-Sacral Therapy
Jeffrey D Roush, ND
Shahab Samieian, ND
Dr. Samieian's specialties include chelation therapy, ozone therapy, prolotherapy, neural therapy and ultraviolet therapy.
Todd Schlapfer, ND
Matthew Schlechten, ND
Dr. Schlechten has been in practice since 2002 and is located in Hamilton, Montana where he specializes in detox, cancer and ozone therapies. Rocky Mountain Natural Medicine offers an array of alternative therapies for cancer and other conditions.
We have a far-infrared sauna, an ozone sauna, constitutional hydrotherapy, botanical medicine, homeopathic medicine, and a wide variety of IV therapies.
Kaila Sellars, ND
I am a naturopathic oncology resident at the Yellowstone Naturopathic Clinic in Billings, MT. Other than naturopathic oncology, my residency also includes family medicine and prevention, natural fertility support and digestive health and SIBO.
I graduated from National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, IL in 2016, and I am excited to now be a part of the Montana Association of Naturopathic Physicians.
It is hard not to fall in love with this beautiful state and when I am not working you can find me hiking, camping or soaking in the hot springs.
Elizabeth Axelrod Stegmaier, ND
Dr. Axelrod has experience in treating hormonal imbalances, autoimmune conditions, digestive disorders, high blood sugar and high blood pressure, mood issues, fatigue, and allergies (food, seasonal). Treatment plans typically contain a combination of herbal medicine, homeopathy, nutrition, bio-identical hormones or the judicial use of prescription medications. During her second year of residency, Dr. Axelrod worked side-by-side with Dr. Tori Hudson, nationally known expert, author, and speaker in naturopathic women's health and bio-identical hormone management. This year of training confirmed Dr. Axelrod's interest and passion for treating hormone imbalances in women of all ages.
Karen Stenseth, ND
Seth Stenseth, ND
Robin J Thomson, ND
Dr. Thompson is one of ten physicians in the U.S. certified in the Shoemaker Protocol for treating biotoxin illnesses. These include illness arising from Lyme and other tick-borne infections as well as mold toxin exposure. This protocol utilizes therapies tested in clinical trials and found to successfully correct the immune system and inflammatory chaos created by biotoxins. Dr. Thomson also treats autoimmune disease, hormone imbalances including thyroid dysfunction, mood disorders, digestive issues, fatigue and more, for people with and without biotoxin illness.
Lou Walters, ND
Treating the source, not the symptoms. The Source Wellness Center is a family practice treating chronic and acute illnesses. Areas of specialty include diabetes, autoimmune diseases, cancer, food sensitivity testing, hormone imbalances, gastrointestinal conditions, and pediatrics. All treatments are indivdualized for each patient.
Ann Waltz, ND, LAc
Dr. Waltz is a naturopathic physician as well as a licensed acupuncturist; she has been providing natural medicine services to Flathead Valley families for more than 26 years. She holds multiple certifications from the Upledger Institute for expertise in Cranio-sacral Therapy as well as from the Barrel Institute for visceral manipulation technique. Most recently she has received advanced training via the Walsh Research Institute in Advanced Nutrient Therapy protocols.
Christine White, ND
Dr. White specializes in treating chronic illness through the use of intravenous nutritional therapy, intravenous chelation, the use of bio identical hormones and thoroughtesting, botanical and nutritional medicines. Her frequent statement to patients is, "I don't treat symptoms, I solve problems."