Tracy Freeman, MD
Dr. Tracy Freeman is an integrative medical physician whose primary focus is achieving wellness through a combination of holistic and conventional medicine methodologies. Dr. Freeman, whose medical career spans almost two decades, has progressively reoriented her practice to include natural treatments and a search for the root cause of disease.
The origins of her medical philosophy stemmed from her roots as the daughter of a physician, very much concerned with the overall well-being of his patients, and her mother, an artist and a strong believer in alternative paths to wellness, prevention and healing. A transformational experience took place when her son was born with autism and Dr. Freeman personally and professionally realized the benefits of such holistic approaches to treatment.
Dr. Freeman sees herself as a primary care physician who is philosophically based as a medical ‘detective’ and a patient advocate dealing with issues across the spectrum of physical and other disorders. She is committed to spending time with her patients and learning about their backgrounds and lifestyles. Upon graduation from Howard University College of Medicine, she received a Masters in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at The University of Florida Shands Jacksonville Health Center. She has further served the indigent and others remote from accessing quality medical treatment in an array of venues both domestically and in locales in Jamaica and Ghana. These Foundations, when combined with her knowledge of holistic and natural treatments, allow Dr. Freeman to treat the whole person utilizing many approaches.