Fellowship in Preventative Medicine
Dr. Love

Janelle Love, M.D.

Arnold, Maryland
Body Logic MD

Fellow In Training

Dr. Janelle Love has a master’s degree from the University Of South Florida College Of Medicine in Nutrition and Metabolic Medicine. She has an advanced fellowship in Regenerative, Anti- Aging, and Functional Medicine. She is board certified in Anti-aging and Regenerative Medicine. She is a member of the American College for the Advancement of Medicine (ACAM) and the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M). Dr. Love is certified by the Natural Therapies Certification Board as a Certified Biofeedback Specialist.

She currently has a Graduate Certificate in Metabolic Endocrinology from the University of South Florida Medical School in which she was educated to understand complicated cases and be able to implement new evidence based therapies for bio-identical hormone replacement.

She has received a graduate certification from the University of South Florida Medical School in Tampa in Brain Fitness. In this program, she has also learned and implemented QEEG and neurofeedback therapies. She has also become an Amen Clinic Affiliate after training and can use brain SPECT scans to help better understand and advance patient therapies to the next level.

She gives educational lectures all over the East Coast. These lectures include topics such as Autism, ADHD, Allergies, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Bio-identical Hormones, and Aging Issues.

She is also the Founder and past President of the Autism Relief Foundation, Inc, a 501 (c)(3) non for profit organization which helped raise money and awarded grants for families of autistic children to pay for biomedical therapies nationwide.

She is also the Founder and past President of the Autism Relief Foundation, Inc, a 501 (c)(3) non for profit organization which helped raise money and awarded grants for families of autistic children to pay for biomedical therapies nationwide.

In 2009 she published her first three books in a series. These books provide education to autistic children about their medical issues from a biomedical perspective. It is the first in this type of book to be published for children with autism.

In 1999, Dr. Love left a group practice and started her own solo practice in order to give more personalized care to patients. She is a 1994 graduate of Emory Medical School in Atlanta, Georgia and a 1988 graduate of The University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland. She attended Florida Hospital in Orlando for her internship and Fairfax Family Practice for residency training in Virginia.

Janelle M. Love, MD is a board certified physician in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine who practices with a functional medicine approach. After a family member was diagnosed with autism, she investigated the potential therapies for problems children with autism have and now treats many of children on the autistic spectrum. Therapies include addressing the inflammation, infections, food intolerances, oxidative stress, and environmental triggers these children face.

In her quest to heal children, she learned that many of the therapies for the kids with autism helped other many other conditions as well for adults and non-autistic children. She then expanded her knowledge base by attending numerous conferences over the years. Her training has led her to treating individuals for natural hormone replacement, severe neurological conditions such as ALS, MS, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, ADHD, allergies, depression, anxiety, OCD, environmental toxicities, and many more.

Dr. Love has enjoyed working in research in the past at NIH, LSU Medical Schools, Tulane University Medical School, and Emory Medical School. Dr. Love has also donated her time and attended several mission trips to Kenya and Guatemala.

Community outreach is very important to Dr. Love. She has donated time and written medical news articles for Wye River Upper School (for children who learn differently.) She has also worked with Project Clean Stream to clean up the Chesapeake Bay watershed areas. In 2016, she began offering a Perseverance Award & Scholarship to high school seniors with disabilities who have overcome their challenges and who will be attending college after graduation.