About Dr. Mikayla Kremer


Dr. Mikayla Kremer attended Bastyr University in Kenmore, Washington to receive her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine. Naturopathic Doctors are trained as primary care physicians with an emphasis in prevention, natural therapeutics, and treating the root cause of the disease with the use of nutrition, physical medicine, hydrotherapy, botanical medicine, homeopathy, mind body medicine, counseling, and pharmaceuticals. Along her journey at Bastyr University, she received extra training in pediatrics, women’s health, and craniosacral therapy. Prior to medical school, she graduated Summa Cum Laude from University of Wisconsin – Green Bay with her Bachelor of Science in Human Biology with an emphasis in Health Sciences.

My Journey to Naturopathic Medicine

Growing up, my parents raised my sister and me with a holistic perspective to living and healing. My family ate healthy meals filled with plant-based, whole foods, spent an abundance of life playing and exploring in nature, received plenty of sleep, and focused on positive thoughts. When my sister and I had ailments, my mother turned to homeopathy, herbal teas, and other natural cures to support and heal ourselves. Although I grew up with a natural way of life, I had not heard of a Naturopathic Doctor until I started college. When I first heard about a Naturopathic Doctor, I instantly knew I wanted to spend my whole life learning about it, engaging with it, and healing my community with it. I love that Naturopathic Medicine understands and supports each and every one of our being’s innate ability to heal itself. I am constantly inspired that this form of medicine heals the whole person; mind, body, and spirit. Furthermore, I am extremely passionate about teaching my community about how their bodies function and how powerful nature is at healing.