Dr. Brittany Blockman, MD, MA, FAAP is a highly sought-after expert in integrative pediatric care, with a focus on natural, evidence-based approaches to childhood health. As one of the few fellowship-trained, board-certified integrative pediatricians in the US, she has spent over a decade optimizing the health of children, including those with physical, mental, and neurodevelopmental conditions. She has conducted thousands of integrative pediatric visits, helping children of all ages maximize their brain and body health and cultivate lifelong wellness. She knows what it takes to get results.
Outside of MotherWit Integrative Medicine, she is also the founder of MotherWit Wellness, which offers science-backed, premium supplement kits & wellness products to superpower young brains and bodies, prenatally through the teenage years. MotherWit Wellness provides natural solutions to boost children’s focus, calm, mood, immunity, and more, without medication and backed by research. MotherWit Wellness also provides prenatal supplement products to ensure developing babies receive the pivotal nutrients to build exceptional mind and body health from the earliest stages.
Dr. Brittany was formerly a faculty member, researcher, and medical educator at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)’s Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, one of the most renowned integrative medicine centers in the world. She established the UCSF Osher Center’s Integrative Pediatric Clinic for Chronic Illness and had a clinic that focused on improving the health of children with neurodevelopmental conditions, such as ADHD and Autism. Dr. Brittany also serves as the founding medical director of St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital’s pediatric integrative medicine program.
Dr. Brittany completed her pediatric residency at University of California, San Francisco’s Pediatric Leadership for the Underserved program, where she was recognized by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) with the Anne Dyson Award for her child health advocacy work. She was then invited to be the first clinical fellow in integrative medicine at UCSF’s Osher Center for Integrative Medicine. She has advanced clinical training in functional medicine from the Institute for Functional Medicine and is a certified practitioner of mind-body medicine from the Center for Mind Body Medicine. Dr. Brittany earned a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Princeton University and a master’s degree in medical anthropology from Harvard University. She graduated from Tulane University School of Medicine, where she was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society and received the Tulane 34 Award, the university’s most prestigious student honor.
Beyond her professional accolades, Dr. Brittany is a nature-loving mama who can be found getting messy in the garden or the kitchen with her three children. Partnering with her means aligning with a genuine advocate for your child’s holistic well-being.