Dr. Kiera Smialek is a licensed naturopathic doctor with a passion for children. Dr. Smialek focuses on patients between birth and 21 years of age. As a naturopathic pediatric physician, Dr. Smialek specializes in treating many common childhood conditions including, abdominal pain, allergies, asthma, behavioral disorders, colds/flu, colic, constipation, developmental delays, diarrhea, ear infections, food allergies, growth disturbances, sleep issues, obesity, rashes, and teething. Dr. Smialek also performs well baby/child exams, as well as sports physicals. As an alternative vaccine provider, Dr. Smialek advises parents on alternative vaccine schedules.
Dr. Smialek is highly trained in the field of pediatrics. After graduating from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine (SCNM), she completed a one-year residency in general medicine, followed by another year-long pediatric residency at SCNM. She is a board member of the Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians, as well as the American Board of Naturopathic Pediatrics. She is one of the first to be considered a specialist in naturopathic pediatrics.
Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, Dr. Smialek has enjoyed traveling and living in Australia and England. She now resides in Scottsdale, AZ with her husband and daughter. Outside of her passions for naturopathic medicine and treating children, Dr. Smialek enjoys fitness activities, yoga and cooking. As a classically trained singer, she also takes pleasure in music and singing.
Dr. Smialek is conveniently located in Scottsdale, AZ.
Dr. Saru Bala is a Naturopathic Doctor with a degree from Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington. Prior to attending medical school, she received her Bachelor's degree in Neurobiology from the University of Texas at Austin. She has done extra training hours in the areas of women's health and pediatrics. Currently her primary focus is on fertility, preconception care, hormonal health for women, and pediatrics.
Having been to her share of doctors and appointments from a young age, Dr. Bala knew there had to be more to healthcare than a 10 minute impersonal visit where she left with more unanswered questions than she went in with.
With chronic disease being a major part of our community now, Dr. Bala's goal is to see a society where health is valued, and each individual knows how to take care of themselves. Where better to start than with women and kids? Creating healthy, happy, women and babies creates the foundations for a healthier community.
As an ND, Dr. Bala wants to help you feel empowered to be part of your health journey, not just along for the ride!
You are more than just a diagnosis or a collection of symptoms. Through the use of herbal medicine, simple nutrition and lifestyle changes, and supplements (when necessary), we will work together to figure out the root cause of your issues.
Whether you are a mother of four, just starting to think about conceiving, or just a woman looking to change her health, I look forward to being a part of this journey with you!
Dr. Danielle Garvin is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor who empowers women and children to optimize their health and happiness. She encourages the wellbeing of children by focusing on physical, mental, emotional, and social aspects of their health through consistent well child exams. She provides vaccine counseling to inform parents of their options, discuss concerns, and develop a plan. Dr. Garvin treats a wide range of concerns including but not limited to, colic, diet and picky eating, gut health, asthma/allergies, ADHD, and autism. Given her passion for children, women's health also plays a critical role in her practice. Providing care to women, with a focus on hormones, fertility, pregnancy, and postpartum.
Dr. Danielle Garvin is originally from Iowa, where she attended Iowa State University to obtain her bachelor's degree in Kinesiology and Health. She moved to Arizona to attend school and received her medical degree from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine (SCNM). While in school, Dr. Garvin was actively involved with peers while leading a peer mentor program and midwifery club. During her final year she was accepted into the Pediatric Honors Track program, which provided additional training in pediatrics and one-on-one mentoring with top physicians in the field.
Dr. Garvin is a wife and mother of two. Outside of work she enjoys biking, pool days, and finding all the best places to eat.