Dr Katie Carter
Katie Carter ND a 1986 graduate of NCNM has a successful Naturopathic practice in rural Polson, Montana which is on the Flathead Indian Reservation, with a satellite in Whitefish, MT and Missoula, MT. A role model for NCNM and Bastyr preceptoring students, she loves to teach and enjoys sharing her knowledge on practice building, homeopathy, herbal medicine, nature cure, strain/counterstrain, neurotherapy, prolo, ozone therapies, neural prolo, and biotoxins.
Throughout Western Montana she is known for her expertise in pain, autoimmune and endocrine disorders. She’s a trainer for Dr. Frank Shallenberger’s prolozone courses, and has presented twice at the AAOT, to an international audience of ozone researchers and specialists.
Dr. Carter enjoys positive, cooperative, working relationships with local physicians, specialists, pharmacists and dentists. Dr. Carter has lectured annually at the Women for Wellness Health Fair, Salish Kootenai College, her lectures are always filled to capacity. She has lectured for the Lupus Foundation of America, annually at the 'Celebrating Women' HCP production, and in St. Anthony, St Cloud and Minneapolis MN, as well as Antigo WI and Marquette MI. In Polson, Montana she served on the Healthy School Task Force, and taught weekly nutrition classes, and she is the AANP house of delegates member for Montana.
She is published in the Townsend News Letter and is currently working on a book on Natural Therapies for Pain. Her organic orchard, skiing, mountain biking, hiking, dancing, tennis, beautiful husband Kim, children, friends and patients keep her contentedly experiencing life to the fullest.