Dr. Griffith can write a letter making recommendations for diagnostic
testing by the school psychologist (or neuropsychologist, as appropriate),
diagnostic testing by educational, speech, occupational, physical and vision
therapists. The letter can also state diagnoses or presumptive diagnoses
and the need for educational and specialist therapies, accommodations and
appropriate school placement.
Review labs results
Phone Case Management (depending on insurance/finanical needs)
Coordination of Care
Conference with other Specialists
Conference with School Faculty, Staff and therapists
Medical Legal Cases
Literature review on topics as needed
Lectures at various venues
Dr. Griffith is available to lecture at schools to advocate for a student with a
neurological or neuropsychiatric condition, when other students, their families,
and teachers/school staff do not understand the underlying medical condition.
Integrative neurology incorporates
western allopathic medicine
(history, physical, lab tests,
neuroimaging, medications and
therapies (OT, PT, ST, vision therapy
and neurophysiologic studies) with
the benefits of additional treatment
tools including, bioidentical hormone
replacement therapy, essential oils,
herbs, homeopathy and nutrition.
Julie A. Griffith, M.D., M.S., B.C.I.P.