Tracy L. Hackett, L.Ac is a Licensed Acupuncturist In Georgetown, Washington DC • Tracy L. Hackett, L.Ac is a licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist in Washington DC. She earned her B.A. (with High Honors) in Interdisciplinary Studies, in 2001 from the University of Florida. She pursued an MS in TCM from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, San Francisco. In 2005, Tracy became a licensed acupuncturist and NCCAOM diplomate of acupuncture. Presently, she is working on her clinical doctorate, which is like an MD for acupuncturists. She continues to acquire the latest knowledge and skills to provide the best natural medicine care for her patients. Besides her educational qualifications, she engages herself in charity. She frequently contributes gift certificates to silent auctions at local charities and also makes donations to Wounded Warriors Project.
Professional Experience • Tracy L. Hackett, L.Ac lived and practiced acupuncture throughout the Himalayas, from Ladakh through Nepal to Sikkim. She has studied Chinese Medicine in China, Thai massage in Thailand, and studied classical hatha yoga in India. She opened Eastern Holistic Arts in Washington, DC in 2008 and has proudly served the community offering natural medicine and true preventive care. She is currently pursuing a doctorate in Traditional Chinese Medicine and certification in Acupuncture Point Injection Therapy to increase the menu of effective natural medicine services she provides with an unparalleled depth of knowledge. Tracy also provides practical, accessible nutritional advice and support for healthy weight management and pre-diabetes concerns.
Services Provided By Tracy L. Hackett, L.Ac • Tracy L. Hackett, L.Ac provides Acupuncture treatments and Herbal Medicine. Acupuncture and herbal medicine has been shown, both historically over thousands of years of human experience and through modern scientific research for: women’s health and fertility, managing pain, encouraging wound and injury healing (head to toe: from post-concussion syndrome to plantar fasciitis), overcoming addiction, relieving gastrointestinal symptoms, auto-immune disorders, allergies, insomnia, and supporting emotional balance. She helps cancer survivors in managing the side effects of their treatments and supporting their healing process. APIT is similar to Prolotherapy and PRP.
Her effective nutritional program relies on a glycemic index focus, encouraging the individual to monitor their progress from pre-diabetes to balanced health. Acupuncture Point Injection Therapy (APIT) is the latest addition to her roster of services. APIT is a powerful healing modality that utilizes the injecting homeopathic remedies into acupuncture points near injury locations. APIT is similar to Prolotherapy and PRP.
Tracy has supported hundreds of people in achieving better health and healing from symptoms conventional medicine could not address alone. She is a proponent for supporting an integrative approach to treatment with conventional medicine as well. She offers nutritional counseling, yoga, massage, raw juice and detox cleanses. Her focus at her clinic, Eastern Holistic Arts in Georgetown, however, is on Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Perspective Of Traditional Chinese Medicine • Traditional Chinese Medicine modalities are as much art as they are science. TCM offers centuries worth of practical effective methods for healing. Tracy L. Hackett, L.Ac, at Eastern Holistic Arts in Georgetown, offers TCM as true natural preventive care for the health conscious person who wants to enjoy life-long vitality and well-being. Tracy believes that by employing a constellation of approaches she can help you achieve and maintain optimal health. For more information, click: http://easternholisticarts.com.