Kylie Campbell, PA

Kylie Campbell, PA Kylie Campbell obtained her education at University of California in Davis, graduating with Honors with a Bachelor of Science degree in Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior. During her time at UC Davis, she worked in medical research, specifically genetic, reproductive and stem cell technology. Kylie continued her education at Western University where she earned her Masters of Science as a Physician Assistant. She has worked in Bariatric Medicine and Surgery, Internal Medicine, Urgent Care from 2008 until 2012.


She was inspired by alternative and naturopathic medicine approaches and used food as medicine in her own life and wanted to learn better approaches to help her patients in a deeper way.


Since 2012, Kylie has been working in Functional and Integrative medicine. She has completed the educational modules with the Institute for Functional Medicine and preparing for IFM certification. She has experience with Lyme disease as recognized by the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society. She has training in Environmental Medicine with Dr. Walter Crinnion, is a member of the International Society of Environmentally Acquired Illness (ISEAI), has done Mast Cell training with Dr. Lawrence Afrin, training in Shoemaker protocols and Dr. Neil Nathan approaches to Mold and Biotoxin illness.


In her free time, Kylie enjoys hiking, cooking, crafting and exploring the great outdoors with her family.