Dr. Tracy I. Freeman, M.D.Specialty:
Integrative Medicine,  Holistic Primary Care

Practice Philosophy:
Dr. Freeman’s desire to help children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families, coupled with her belief that parents and future parents are the true guiding force of their child’s health, have led her to develop a practice that empowers parents in their own well-being and that of their children.

Areas of Focus:
Holistic Primary Care for adults, Autism (DAN!certified) Digestive Problems, Allergies, Women's Health and Pre-Conception Preparation

 

Areas of Interest

  • Holistic Primary Care and Internal Medicine
  • Women's Health and Pre-conception preparation
  • Digestive Problems:  Crohn's and Celiac Disease, Food Sensitivities, Irritable Bowel Syndrome,  Parasites and Dysbiosis
  • Thyroid and Hormone Balancing
  • Autism, DANS! Certified
  • Allergies and Sinusitis

 

Experience and Outreach

  • Doctor of Medicine, Howard University
  • Internal Medicine
  • DAN! Defeat Autism Now certified doctor
  • Volunteer, Crossroads Africa, for construction of a maternity clinic
  • Volunteer, Church of the Immaculate Conception, Kingston, Jamaica, Clinic work and at home medical care for the elderly

 

Approach to the Patient

Dr. Freeman has developed a patient-centered practice that incorporates the best of traditional and complementary and alternative medicine, (CAM). It is with a caring disposition that she listens to her patient's concerns and uses that as a guidepost to choosing appropriate testing and treatment. Dr. Freeman is able to incorporate  conventional medical approaches with natural therapies to create an effective treatment plan that facilitates her patients' healing journey.

Meet Dr. Freeman                     

 

Dr. Freeman outstanding practitioner

"Dr. Freeman is an outstanding practitioner. She is able to connect all the different symptoms as well as your "stories" to understand the underlying causes or your problems. Since being treated by Dr. Freeman I feel more energetic and alert." 2/10/14