Dr. Krumbeck (or “Dr. K” as her littlest patients call her) is one of few physicians specializing in naturopathic pediatrics.

Dr. K treats children of all ages in Western Montana and beyond.  Dr. Krumbeck is also the founder and editor of, the premier website for naturopathic information on pediatric health concerns. A member of the Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians, she offers a unique approach to solving your child’s health problems.

“I believe that healthcare should be more than just treating your child’s symptoms.  This is why I take extra time to listen carefully so we can uncover the underlying cause.  I want your child to flourish!”

Dr. Krumbeck offers safe, gentle and effective alternatives to medications to restore health naturally.  She uses a caring, collaborative approach to provide individualized treatment plans that work for your child and your family.

Finding the root cause of chronic behavior & health issues.

Dr. Krumbeck works with families who are dealing with long-term chronic health or behavioral issues. She offers a safe, gentle approach – personalizing treatment in collaboration with you and your child.  Dr. K believes that one-size-fits-all treatment is rarely effective, and can sometimes lead to more problems down the road.  She finds that natural remedies that treat the whole person – though they may take longer – can often lead to restoration of health and permanent cure.

Well versed in conventional medicine, Dr. Krumbeck also works in cooperation with your child’s pediatrician or medical specialist. In addition to providing treatment, she takes time to explain your child’s diagnosis and will help you navigate the complex medical system. 

Conditions seen:

  • Common concerns in infancy: colic, reflux, failure to thrive
  • Eczema, acne, diaper rash, ringworm, warts and other skin conditions
  • Sleep problems, bed wetting, nightmares and night terrors
  • Autism & Sensory Processing Disorders
  • ADHD
  • Behavior problems
  • Chronic or recurrent ear infections
  • Frequent colds/illnesses
  • Allergies and hay fever
  • Growing pains
  • Problems related to adoption – attachment issues, behavioral problems, residual effects of malnutrition or heavy metal toxicity (e.g., lead)
  • Tummy troubles: belly aches, constipation, diarrhea, soiling, SIBO, intestinal parasites, FPIES and more
  • Celiac disease, cystic fibrosis, lactose intolerance, and food allergies
  • Growth problems
  • Anxiety, depression, childhood stress, bullying, PTSD, separation anxiety, eating disorders
  • Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis
  • Epilepsy