Sita Kedia

Sita Kedia, MD, MPH, FAHS


With a life-long passion for healing, Sita excels at pulling together interdisciplinary teams who work together to create the best possible treatment programs for complicated disorders. Her extensive knowledge of traditional and complementary techniques, combined with devotion to each patient as an individual, helps her achieve the best possible outcomes. Over the last five years, Sita has become convinced of the need to focus on brain health from a preventive standpoint. She has witnessed firsthand the rising rates of older adults with neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s, dementia, Parkinson’s, traumatic brain injury, and ALS. She feels strongly that medical providers can help prevent the development of these diseases by focusing on a multidimensional approach that targets their root causes, thereby changing the trajectory of brain potential.

Sita earned her medical degree from University of Colorado School of Medicine. She is triple board certified in Pediatrics, Adult/Pediatric Neurology, and Headache Medicine, and also received her Master’s of Public Health from the University of Colorado School of Public Health. Sita was recently the Director of the Headache Program at Children’s Hospital in Colorado and is a co-founder and Vice-President of the Anthropedia Foundation.


Neurology with Special Qualifications in Child Neurology, Headache Medicine, and Primary Pediatrics


Integrative Approaches for Patients with Headaches; Neurodegenerative Disorders such as Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, MS, and ALS; Pain Management; Attention Deficit Disorders, Concussion

“Dr. Sita Kedia is an incredible neurologist and so kind! She fit me in for an emergency headache appointment last week even though she did not have any openings available. Thank you, Dr. Kedia!”


“Dr. Sita Kedia was so nice during our visit and my mom loves her! Everyone we spoke to at PALM and interacted with was extremely kind and caring. We all think that PALM is the best choice for my mom. I can’t say thank you enough for your help and kindness. My mom has hope now, which she hasn’t had for quite some time.”