Hi, I'm Dr. Nicole Kearney!
As a naturopathic physician I am passionate about helping people better understand how their bodies work and to give them access to the education, resources, and healing protocols that allow them to find relief naturally in a way that works WITH their bodies.
I’m a licensed naturopathic physician specializing in women’s health and pediatric medicine. I treat everything from hormonal imbalances to gastrointestinal concerns, fatigue, thyroid dysfunction, anxiety, depression, postpartum care, fertility, preconception planning and much much more. My mission is to provide you with the education, tools, and solutions you deserve to achieve your optimal health. I do so by taking the time to collect an in-depth health history, determine the root cause of your concerns, and treat with the least invasive, yet effective, approaches.
After completing my undergraduate degree at the University of Vermont with a major in Biology and a minor in Chemistry, I went on to study natural medicine and earn my naturopathic doctorate at the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon.
Following naturopathic school, I completed a rigorous two-year residency in primary care and general naturopathic medicine at Mountain View Natural Medicine in South Burlington, Vermont. This experience gave me the opportunity to work amongst an team of highly qualified physicians. I learned the beauty of blending conventional and naturopathic medicine and was challenged with treating a vast diversity of acute and chronic conditions.
I continued working at Mountain View Natural Medicine as a full time physician after completion of my residency position. During this time I managed patients of all ages, including pediatrics, offering annual well exams, routine vaccinations, and treatment of acute and chronic health concerns.
My path to study natural medicine was guided by two special healers in my life. My mother is a physical therapist and massage therapist. My grandmother is a nurse, massage therapist, and reflexologist. These intuitive, female healers facilitated my introduction to alternative healing. Their passion for helping others and knowing instinctively how to do so has always been inspiring. Growing up, we often used reflexology to cure my ear infections, reiki to ease a fever, and herbal remedies to treat illness. They have continuously demonstrated the importance of wellness and aging with grace. From an early age, I had a feeling I would follow in their footsteps. Now, I have the opportunity to share my knowledge and care for them with my medicine.
I started my own practice in December 2020 so that I could spend more time with my patients, do more research, and focus on the topics that I was really passionate about and achieve a better work-life balance! I have never been happier to be able to provide quality, comprehensive care to my patients.