Dr. Meade is passionate about helping children and families thrive.

Dr. Meade graduated from The University of North Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her Pediatric Residency and Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.

During her pediatric endocrinology training, Dr. Meade focused her attention on metabolic disease and complications associated with pediatric obesity. After fellowship she started integrating complementary medicine into her conventional practice.

Since then she has dedicated over ten years to the study of nutrition, integrative medicine, and obesity medicine. In addition to providing educational materials through The Meade Institute, she currently sees at her office in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Dr. Meade is board-certified in obesity medicine, pediatric endocrinology and pediatrics. She is also Certified by the Academy of Pediatric Integrative Medicine.


The Meade Institute Mission

Dr. Meade started The Meade Institute to help children and families improve their well-being. Maintaining a healthy weight is associated with many positive health outcomes such as:


Physical Health

Protection against diabetes, joint pain, flat feet, liver dysfunction, and kidney disease.


Mental Health

Less risk of social isolation, self confidence and body image struggles, bullying, anxiety, and depression.


Quality of Life

Improved family relations, social life, physical comfort, and body image.


Memory & Learning

Better visuospatial skills, analytical thinking, executive functions — and less risk of ADHD.

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