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Naturopathic Pediatrics Guide To Whole Health – 15 Month Well Child Guide (E-Book)

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Included in the 15 Month Well Child Guide

    • – What is normal at 15 months.
    • – What is NOT normal, and when to be concerned.
    • –  Normal sleep patterns at this age.
    • –  A naturopathic approach to developing Emotional Intelligence and preventing toddler temper tantrums.
    • –  Extremely important safety tips for toddlers on the move.
    • –  Sleep tips for those tricky restless toddlers.
    • – Toddler nutrition tips.
    • – An Herb Guide on Echinacea: a very misunderstood, and very important herb!

…and more! See below for more information.

 

Description

Erika Krumbeck, ND

Erika Krumbeck, ND is founder of Naturopathic Pediatrics.com and the owner of Montana Whole Health, a naturopathic clinic in Missoula, Montana. She received her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University and is a licensed physician in the state of Montana.

Dr. Krumbeck is one of few physicians specializing in the treatment of chronic health conditions in children.

Dr. Krumbeck likes to practice her own healthy lifestyle with her wonderful husband Jason, a physical therapist, and their children Annika and Leopold. 

She is a professional member of the Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians.

A note from Dr. Erika Krumbeck:

In most pediatrician’s offices parents and caregivers are given a handout at the end of their child’s wellness visit.  This handout is called “anticipatory guidance” and typically includes information about how to keep their child safe.

While I do think these handouts are useful, they usually do not go beyond the basics of “here’s how to not seriously injure your child” (LOL!)

Several years ago I started wondering – wouldn’t it be better if we gave our patients Wellness Guides?  I wanted to have something to give parents that went beyond the normal anticipatory guidance handouts.  Something that parents could treasure – a guide that looks really nice, with a place to take notes and track progress.  I wanted to include information on how to support children holistically, how to prevent future problems, and how to support parents in each age group. (Phew, being a parent can be tough at times, and we need all the support we can get!)

As a naturopathic physician my goal is to not just treat sick kids, but to keep kids from getting sick in the first place.  Prevention begins at each and every well child visit, when parents learn how to support their children in every aspect of their health. (Emotional, physical, and mental!)

We spend this extra time with families because our goal is not just to treat sick kids, but to keep kids from getting sick in the first place.

This Well Child Guide is a dense 7-pages packed with content and space for office notes and your child’s stats. It contains a naturopathic perspective on health for kids at their particular developmental stage.   I also compiled many useful pieces of information into one place.

For more information on what this guide covers please see below!

Included in the 15 Month Well Child Guide

    • A handy place to take notes at your child’s well child visit.
    • What is normal development and behavior at 15 months.
    • What is NOT normal, and when to be concerned.
    • Extremely important safety tips for toddlers on the move.
    • A naturopathic approach to developing Emotional Intelligence and preventing toddler temper tantrums.
    • How to maintain healthy eating habits for your toddler.
    • How to establish healthy dental habits.
    • Sleep tips for those tricky restless toddlers.
    • A place to record memories of your child at this age.

 

Herb Guide

    • Included in every Well Child Guide is a Herb Guide! Each Herb Guide includes detailed information on use, safety and dosage* for a herb that Dr. Krumbeck deems to be age-appropriate.   For the 15 Month Well Child Guide the Herb Guide is Echinacea: a fantastic but often misunderstood herb.  There are multiple types of Echinacea that are good for different things! Learn about it in this Herb Guide.

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This information is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice. 

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