Julie Anne Griffith, M.D. is an internationally-known expert in the field of Learning and Behavioral disorders,
    with specialization in migraine and concussive syndrome. Dr. Griffith has focused on seeing children
    with autonomic disorders, allergies, autism,  autoimmune disease, chronic fatigue, chronic infections,
    learning disabilities, nutritional deficiencies, tick borne disease (Vector borne disease), and
    neuroimmune disease. Dr. Griffith has devoted her career to improving the lives of her patients through a
    comprehensive program of nutrition, combined with an in-depth medical and educational therapy.
    Dr. Griffith enjoys working with a multidisciplinary team, as needed. Dr. Griffith most often is the case
    manager for her patients, coordinating the referral to other specialist.

    Areas of Specialty:
    Adult Neurology
    Pediatric Neurology
    Gut/brain/immune dysfunction
    Learning and behavioral disorders

    Hormones (Neuroendocrinology) (hypothalamus-pituitary-endocrine axis), including bioidentical hormonal replacement

    Tick  borne disease (Vector borne disease)

    Pediatric Residency: University of California, San Francisco  (1991-1993)
    Neurology Residency: Harvard (Longwood Program) (1993-1996)

    Behavioral Neurology,  Harvard Boston Children’s Hospital
    Penry Minifellowship in Epilepsy, 2002
    Autism Fellowship, MAPS (Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs), Academic work completed by 2015.

    Additional Training:              
    Food as Medicine Graduate Course, Berkeley
    Neuropathology Program -Oxford University
    Child Psychiatry Program - Auckland, New Zealand
    Neuroradiology - University of  California, San Diego

    MAPS (Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs)  Fellow (Academic work completed)
    Developed interest and began review of the literature on neuroimmune disease beginning in 1999
    Lectured at UCSF and to FEAT, Sacramento beginning in 1999 (and most recently in 2009)
    DAN! (Defeat Autism Now!),( Harvard McLean Psychiatry Hospital-sponsored continuing medical education)
    Think Tanks, several
    Physician training -10/02,10/03, 10/04,10/05,10/06, 10/07, 10/8 and 10/09
    Advanced Physician training: 10/07, 01/08 and10/09; Level I & II Practitioner
    Attended first LIA (Lyme-induced autism) conference in 2007 and then each conference since, 2008 and 2009
    International Think Tank, Ratna Ling, June 2008, Mendocino County
    Utilized Genomics by Genova Diagnostics Lab since approximately 2006.
    Teleconference monthly BAAM (Bay Area Autism Medical and other Doctors), 2008

    Board Certified in Integrative Pediatrics

    Tick Borne  disease:
    Attended LDA (Lyme Disease Association) / ILADS (International Lyme and Associated Disease Society) National
    conferences in 2006, 2008 & 2009, 2014, 2015
    ILADS member since 2008
    Attended first LIA (Lyme-induced autism) conference in 2007 and then each conference since, 2008 and 2009,  and 2010
    ILADS Fellowship with Dr. Charles Ray Jones, Pediatric Tick Borne Disease Specialist

Julie Anne Griffith, M.D., M.S., B.C.I.P

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.

  • Aggression
  • Anxiety
  • Attention Deficit
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Behavioral Disorders
  • Conduct Disorders/ Delinquency
  • Cognitive Dysfunction
  • Developmental Delay
  • Epilepsy
  • Fatigue
  • Food & Environmental allergies/
    delayed hypersensitivity
  • Genetic disorders
  • Headaches
  • Hearing loss
         Sensorineural and/or conductive
  • Hypotonia
  • Infections
  • Inflammation
  • Learning Disabilities: Dyslexia, Right
    Hemisphere Syndrome, Nonverbal
    Learning Disorders
  • Metabolic disorders
  • Mood disorders
  • Neurodevelopmental delay
  • Neuroimmune disease
  • Pain
  • Seizures
  • Sinusitis (bacterial and fungal)
  • Toxicant exposure (heavy metal,
    pesticides, solvents etc).
  • Traumatic Brain injury and post
    concussive syndrome
  • Weakness

Julie Anne Griffith, M.D., M.S., CMT, MIM®, B.C.I.P.
Preventive Medicine Physician
As of Jan. 2019