Pediatric Second Opinion Clinic
Dr. Kathi Kemper, MD, MPH, FAAP, conducts a Pediatric Second Opinion Clinic at Wake Forest School of Medicine. Dr. Kemper is recognized internationally as the leading authority on complementary therapies for children, and is frequently sought out as a visiting professor and mentor.
Dr. Kemper is the Caryl J Guth Chair for Holistic and Integrative Medicine at WFSM. She is Professor in Pediatrics, with a joint appointment as Professor in Public Health Sciences and a cross appointment as Professor in Family and Community Medicine. Dr. Kemper was the PI on NIH-NCCAM 1R21AT000213-01 Curriculum for Pediatric Herbs and Dietary Supplements. From 2000 – 2001, she served as the PI on an NIH-NCCAM 1R25AT000538-01, the Center for Pediatric Integrative Medical Education before moving to Wake Forest School of Medicine where she is now the site director. Dr. Kemper also founded and chaired the Longwood Herbal Task Force, a multidisciplinary group of clinicians associated with Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences; as chair of this task force, Dr. Kemper mentored over a dozen medical, nursing, pharmacy and nutrition students and faculty as they conducted their first literature reviews and wrote summary articles. Dr. Kemper is the PI on NIH R01 1R01LM007709-01, Evaluating an Internet-Based Curriculum about Herbs. All of these projects have been highly multidisciplinary, translating basic and clinical research into educational and clinical practices. All have had a strong emphasis on evaluation. Dr. Kemper is past president of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, the international professional association of generalist pediatricians.
Patient Handout and Resource Checklist
- 1 Page - Patient Handouts
- Autogenic Training by Dr. Kathi Kemper
- ADD and ADHD
- Addressing ADD, Naturally. Kathi J. Kemper
- Addressing ADD/ADHD, Naturally - Dr. Kathi Kemper's Tips
- ADD and ADHD: Drug-Free Approaches. Kathi Kemper, MD, MPH, FAAP. ABC News On-Call.
- ADHD: Treating ADHD Naturally. Kathi J. Kemper, MD, MPH, FAAP. Natural Triad Magazine, August 2009
- Omega-3 Effective for Treating Child ADHD. Omega-3 fatty acid supplements may provide "small but significant" decreases in symptom severity in children with ADHD, according to a new meta-analysis. Medscape Medical News, September 2011.
- Vanderbilt ADHD Diagnostic Parent Rating Scale
- Vanderbilt ADHD Diagnostic Teacher Rating Scale
- Allergies, Seasonal
- Articles, Books, Videos
- Clinical Services
- Dietary Supplements
- Fibromyalgia and CAM: What Science Says. NIH
- Integrative Medicine Clinicians
- Mental Health, Naturally
- Pediatric Integrative Health: Approaches to Optimizing "Whole Child" Wellness. Collaborative on Health and the Environment Partnership Call.
- Second Opinion Clinic Forms and Resources
- Stress Management Resources for Children and Adolescents
- Symptom Diaries
- Trackers - Action Plan Trackers for Change
- Miscellaneous Resources