Acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, Disease, Dissociation, Embodiment, Herbal Medicine, Integration, Trauma

Announcing new practice in Northeast Portland!

It’s been a long road but the time has finally come! I’m pleased to announce the launching of my Chinese medicine practice in Portland, Oregon! At this clinic on NE Prescott Street, I’m now providing holistic healthcare utilizing acupuncture, classical Chinese herbal medicine, and craniosacral therapy.

Yes, it has been a while since I last posted – I’ve been busy! In that time, I completed my thesis “Moving Toward Integration: Working with trauma & dissociation for practitioners of Chinese medicine,” took three national board exams, graduated from the National College of Natural Medicine with a Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine (highest honors), hiked 125 miles on the John Muir Trail in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California, and became licensed as an acupuncturist in the state of Oregon. Whew!

It may be a little while yet before I regularly resume posting, but I wanted to share my excitement about the new practice. For more information about my practice, including contact and scheduling, go to tracyandrewsacupuncture.com. The website is still under development, but there will be more information coming soon. To receive email updates about my practice, enter your name & email address in the contact form at the bottom of this post and enter “subscribe” in the message field. Do you know someone in the Portland area you think could benefit from my services? Please share this post with them! I appreciate your support in this new adventure and look forward to resuming the posts on trauma healing and embodiment soon.

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About Tracy A. Andrews, MSOM, LAc

Tracy Andrews, MSOM, LAc is licensed by the Oregon Medical Board and certified as a Diplomate of Acupuncture by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She maintains her private practice in Portland, Oregon, working collaboratively with her patients to address their health and wellbeing through treatments tailored to each individual's unique needs. Additionally, Tracy sees patients at the Immune Enhancement Project, a nonprofit clinic providing complementary care to patients with chronic pain, cancer, and multiple sclerosis, and is a volunteer provider with the Returning Veterans Project. More information about her practice at tracyandrewsacupuncture.com.


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