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About Kim Howes, MD

Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor

Kim Howes

Kim Howes, ND, is a board-certified and licensed Naturopathic Doctor at OWM Integrative Wellness in Buffalo, New York, where her patients have access to her naturopathic medical training and commitment to patient-centered health care.

In 2004 Dr. Kim received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Western Michigan University. In 2007 she obtained an Acupressure and Massage Certification from Blue Heron Academy and in 2012 she completed her Pre-Medicine Prerequisites at Kalamazoo Valley Community College. She is a member of the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (, the leading international medical society devoted to the treatment of Lyme and Associated tick-borne diseases with evidence-based medicine. 

Dr. Kim is a graduate of the National University of Natural Medicine (NUMN) in Portland, Oregon. From 2016 to 2017, she worked in a Student Doctor Rotation at Pacific University Clinic in Hillsboro, Oregon, and at NUNM Community Clinics in Portland.

Before owning her practice, Dr. Kim gained experience as a Naturopathic Doctor (ND) from her work at Healing Hut Clinic in Boise, Idaho, where she delivered patient primary care and preventive medicine. Dr. Kim provides adjunct health care and treats chronic and environmental illnesses, chronic fatigue, and chronic pain. Her special interest in mold toxicity, Lyme disease, chronic disease, and cancer therapy treatment has enabled her to help patients get results. She also serves as a Bioidentical Hormone specialist specializing in botanical, nutritional, lifestyle, homeopathic medicines, and intravenous therapies. She believes that educating the patient is the first step toward achieving health goals.

At present, Dr. Kim provides adjunct health care in collaboration with Dr. Kaplan at OWM Integrative Wellness. Together they deliver comprehensive, state-of-the-art, holistic medicine.

Call OWM Integrative Wellness to schedule an appointment with Dr. Kim or request a consultation online today.