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Meet the staff whose experience and care

compose the Remedy Health experience.

Dr. Kellyn Milani

An ever-curious mind, Dr. Milani’s dedication to her patients and their unique needs is most readily noticeable in her extensive specialties and certifications. Ever since receiving her medical degree from Bastyr University, she has worked as a licensed naturopathic doctor and primary care physician in both the states of Montana and California. She went on to gain the Dr. Richard Shoemaker certification in Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) in 2015 and has been one of the leading specialists in biotoxin illness since 2013. In the spirit of her continued commitment to environmentally acquired illness, she is a Founding Diplomate Member of the International Society for Environmentally Acquired Illnesses (ISEAI). In addition to her more specialty fields, Dr. Milani also provides clients around the world with general care, including gynecology, men’s health, IV therapy, endocrinology (including Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome), and environmental medicine.

As a Tahoe City native, Dr. Milani lives an active lifestyle. When she isn’t in the clinic, you can find her climbing, hiking, skiing, or strolling around town with her fiancé, Zach, and their dogs, Ulysses and Cedar.

Breanna Johnson

Breanna Johnson has always had a heart for care-oriented fields, pursuing her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology at St. Cloud State University. She would then go on to earn her graduate degree in Early Childhood Special Education, leading her to spend 10+ years working closely with children of all ages and abilities.

Her own journey back to health led Breanna to pursue a career in health and wellness. As she works in-step with Dr. Milani, she continues to explore the field of naturopathic medicine and the benefits it brings to their patients.

Since relocating from Minnesota to Bozeman with her husband, Adam, Breanna has continued to develop a passion for hiking, climbing, and snowboarding. If she’s not outside soaking up Montana’s thrills, you can find her at a piano or in front of the stove testing out new recipes.