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Kylie Cloney

Kylie Cloney (BHSc) is a practicing Health Scientist with a focus on Integrative medicine.

She holds a Bachelor degree in Health Science with a major in Complementary Medicine. Kylie is owner of an integrative health practice in Far North Queensland where she works with doctors and patients to establish optimal health. Kylie has written publications for Australian Natural Health Magazine and The Anti-Aging Doctor, Lectured for colleges and private corporate functions on health and wellbeing. Her clinic catch phrase – ‘Wellness for Life – Because Life Should be lived’ represents her desire to promote optimal health for people and our future generations.

Kylie has over a decade of diverse clinical experience working with chronic and complex disease states. Specialising in assessment of biochemical individuality and connection with mental health, gut microbiology, epigenetics and environmental medicine. She is a strong advocate for the merging of nutritional and natural medicine to join with mainstream medicine. She believes this will provide a dynamic and effective broad spectrum health care system for people.

Her passion for educating and empowering others to understand their individual health and wellbeing, along with the frustration of watching people be misinformed by unreliable sources, inspired the development of her private practice. Kylie provides scientifically evidence based, insightful and trustworthy health information to you and your loved ones.

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