Naturopathic Physician (NMD)

Dr. Berkner of Queen Creek NaturopathicNaturopathic care through the use of nontoxic, natural and effective treatments without harmful side effects. I treat the individual based on his/her presentation and tailor the treatment specifically to their needs.

Kris Berkner is a licensed Naturopathic Medical Doctor in the state of Arizona.  As a Primary Care doctor who understands that treatment of the individual is key to attaining and maintaining health, she believes that each person has the ability to improve their health.  She works directly with patients that have digestive issues, fatigue, brain fog, bone health, weight problems, anxiety and depression, addiction to drugs and alcohol, as well as many other health concerns.

Dr. Berkner understands the importance of being healthy as we enter the second stage of life when patients want to be able to enjoy being with grandkids, hiking around the state, working at a job they take pride in, and the many other aspects of aging. To enjoy this stage you must be as healthy, have clarity of mind, and be as active as you can.  This can also decrease the chronic diseases associated with “old age” such as heart disease, diabetes, arthritis and dementia.

Dr. Berkner has been working with drug and alcohol addiction for  years and understands the many layers of addiction and dependence.  She realizes that each patient must have help in the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual realms if they want to beat the disease.  She understands that the person must be treated as a whole and that the patient is literally  in a fight to save their own life.

Naturopathic Physician (NMD)

Dr. Sasha Taylor is a practicing naturopathic medical doctor licensed in the state of Arizona. She received dual bachelors degrees in nutrition and kinesiology from the Pennsylvania State University then went on to expand her expertise by receiving her doctorate in naturopathic medicine from the Southwest College of Naturopathic.

As a family medicine physician, Dr. Taylor believes in individualizing care to help the entire family reach optimal health. Dr. Taylor knows that best health practices and habits begin during childhood. This knowledge coupled with her passion for pediatrics allows her to help guide families to this as a team. From wellness checks to developmental delays, Dr. Taylor enjoys working with children of all ages. Other special interests include nutrition and fitness across the lifetime, specialized women’s and men’s health, acupuncture and IV therapy.

Dr. Taylor utilizes the six principles of naturopathic medicine in her daily practice but resonates most with the healing power of nature. She implements a patient centered, team-based model of care to help all patients every step of the way along their personal journeys to healing and excellent health using the least invasive means necessary.


Those that practice naturopathic medicine are physicians that are essentially governed by six key tenets:
Do No Harm. Naturopathy focuses on treatments and therapies that are free from risks and side effects.

The Healing Power of Nature. Natural methods are emphasized as opposed to pharmaceutical and artificial approaches.

Treat the Whole Person. A holistic approach is taken to assess all aspects of a patient’s health, including physical, mental, social, environmental, emotional and genetic.

Treat the Cause. Rather than managing symptoms, naturopathy addresses the underlying source of the health issue.

Preventative Medicine. There is a focus on healthy living that promotes a disease-free body and mind.

Doctor as Teacher. Naturopaths value educating their patients so that they can take control of their own health.



  1. You want advice from a specialist who is well trained in naturopathic remedies and therapies.
  2. You are concerned about the long-term side effects of drugs.
  3. You have an uncommon health problem that has many specialists baffled.
  4. The drugs you are taking cause side effects that are worse than the original problem.
  5. You are confused by contradictory health claims.
  6. You desire a natural wellness program customized for you.
  7. You are curious if the many supplements you are taking are the right combination.
  8. You want to make an informed decision about your health.
  9. It’s part of your healthy life-style.
  10. You have vague complaints that you know need to be addressed but are unsure of whom to consult


Arizona Naturopathic Medical Association (AzNMA)
The Arizona Naturopathic Medical Association (AzNMA) is a professional association for Arizona licensed Naturopathic Physicians.

State of Arizona Naturopathic Medical Board
The primary duty of the Board is to protect the public through the regulation of the practice of naturopathic medicine.