Dr. Kyle H. Cronin
Dr. Kyle Hawk Cronin, ND offers the highest standard of Naturopathic medicine to her patients. She listens carefully to the details of patients’ health and medical history. She believes in the role of “physician as teacher,” and helps her patients learn how to carry out their personalized Naturopathic treatment plans.
She is a 1981 graduate of National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) in Portland, Oregon. In private practice since l982, she has focused on providing Naturopathic health care for women, including the therapeutic applications of homeopathic and botanical medicines, anti-inflammatory diets and nutritional supplementation, soft tissue and cranial therapy treatments, physiologic thyroid and low dose bioidentical hormone treatments.
Prior to receiving her Naturopathic degree from NCNM, Dr. Cronin graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. in Human Biology from Kansas Newman College and a B.A. in Fine Art majoring in Illustration from Clark University.
In 1992, she and her husband, Dr. Michael Cronin, ND, co-founded the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine & Health Sciences in Scottsdale, AZ where she served 5 years first as start up Academic Dean and then Dean of Curriculum. In her next phase, she enjoyed being a full-time mom to their three sons. Dr. Kyle returned to practice in 1999. She is co-founder of the Naturopathic Physicians Group.
She has earned awards for her Naturopathic practice and efforts in creating SCNM, presented at medical conferences, high school, college and public lectures and written for conventional and Naturopathic medical publications.
“I’ve been a patient of Dr. Kyle Cronin’s well over 5 years. The patient care both by her, her husband, Dr. Mike and all the staff is outstanding. Dr. Kyle is a thoughtful, thorough and caring physician. Under Dr. Kyle’s care and treatment, my health and overall well-being have improved significantly. I highly recommend her and the Cronins practice.”
“I first came to see Dr. Kyle in 1984. Her expertise in women’s health is outstanding.
–P. Richards, patient