Tracy Johns graduated from the University of Queensland in 1994. She
Dr Johns gained her Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2001. She also has a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She is has a Graduate Diploma of Rural General Practice after working as a doctor in Mt Isa for a number of years.
Tracy then moved to Darwin where she worked as a GP. While in the Top End for 10 years, she developed an interest in forensic medicine. She was Medical Coordinator of the Darwin Sexual Assault Service for 4 years.
Tracy then travelled with her family from Darwin to Canberra in late 2012. In 2015 she attained a Masters Degree in Forensic Medicine. She has a Fellowship of the Faculty of Clinical Forensic Medicine with the Royal College of Pathologists Australia. Tracy continued to work on call as a Forensic Physician while in Canberra. She also returned to General Practice.
When Tracy finished her Masters degree she thought that was the end of her studies. However she became interested in Nutritional/Functional/Integrative Medicine after a talk at her children’s primary school. It struck a chord with her, and she has gone on to do training with the Australian College of Nutrition and Environmental Medicine. Then she became interested in Biobalance Australia, which focuses on orthomolecular or functional psychiatry. She has been particularly impressed with the response to nutrient therapies using the Biobalance/Walsh protocols. Tracy is now a fully fledged practitioner of complementary medicine.
So Tracy is a very experienced holistic doctor, and she is particularly proficient at helping people with anxiety and depression using natural therapies. As an holistic doctor, Tracy is also fascinated by the different approaches to gut health that integrative medicine offers. She is impressed by the effect of dietary changes and nutrient therapies on a range of chronic medical conditions. Tracy is happy to practise complementary medicine with our good naturopaths at Pulse.
Dr Tracy moved to the Sunshine Coast in 2017. She was delighted to have found an holistic surgery to work in, and we were excited to find her. Tracy was booked out for a month before she even started.