Tracy Peck, M.Ac.,L.Ac.

Licensed Acupuncturist

At East Gate we treat a wide range of conditions form chronic to acute, as well as pediatric to geriatric concerns.

Greensboro, NC

Recent Reviews

5.0 of 5 (2)
"I was a real skeptic of Acupuncture until my wife convinced me to see Diane Peck after my wreck in 1995. I was in a wreck in China in 1994 and broke over 42 bones in a car wreck which two people died including my partner and I was one of the fortunate few that survived. I had over 65 hours of reconstructive surgery over a period of two years but was still in some pain after my surgeries. After several sessions with Diane, I started to feel so much better and my mobility improved too. After my treatments with Diane, she asked me if there was anything else that she could help me in my recovery. I told her that she had a done an outstanding job and I could not feel better. She asked that if I had any allergies and I told her that I had a terrible reaction back in 1984 with shrimp. I had gone to my allergist and he informed me that I was highly allergic to shell fish and should never eat it again. Diane said that she could cure me which she did and told me to go back to my doctor to make sure that I was no longer allergic to shell fish. My doctor informed me that it was amazing that I had no reaction to shell fish anymore so I can eat shell fish today. I am now facing cancer and I am presently at Duke with Stage IV bone cancer but Diane is working with me to build up my immunity system as well as put me on some mushroom tablets that will help my body fight this deadly disease. I can not say enough for Diane and her husband Tracy as they are the best in their field. I am honored to recommend them to you if you are considering Acupuncture."
"From the moment you enter East Gate, you are enveloped in an air of peacefulness and you intuitively feel you are in the right place! Tracy is welcoming and immediately puts you at ease. He truly listens and is always happy to answer questions. He is knowledgeable, professional and personable, and has helped me through surgery, pain ailments and managing the stress of everyday life. His gentle approach to needle placement and expertise with Chinese Herbs treats both the symptoms and underlying causes. Tracy ’s understanding and genuine concern for me continues to make a difference in my overall health and well-being."

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Practice Locations & Hours


Greensboro
410 W Fisher Ave, Greensboro NC 27401, United States
Mon: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Tue: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Wed: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Thu: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Fri: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM

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About me

Tracy started his studies of healing at the Bio-Balance Institute with Michael Andron in 1980- initially with Taijiquan (Tai Chi) and Qigong and then later studying acupressure and acupuncture until 1985.
He went on to study and graduate from the Traditional Acupuncture Institute (now the Maryland University of Integrative Health) in 1990. He has since done post-graduate studies in Chinese herbology, as well as Tui Na (Chinese massage), Qigong Therapy, Chinese dietary therapy, Essential oils and the study of the Medical Classics. He has studied Chinese medicine with 88th Generation Yu Qing Pai Daoist Priest, Jeffrey Yuen, since 2000 and has taught at Daoist Traditions- College of Chinese Medical Arts​ in Asheville since 2003.

Tracy has had a life long interest in the phiolosphy and Wisdom teachings of ancient cultures, especially Daoism (Taoism). He started Hatha Yoga and meditation studies when he was 15 years old and then was introduced to the teachings of the Daoist arts which he had a strong affinity for.
Tracy has studied several Taijiquan (Tai Chi), Qigong and meditation styles, as well as Chinese Gong Fu (Kung Fu).
Since 2003 Tracy has studied with Daoist Priest, Yun Xiang Tseng and has become a 26th Generation Initiate in the Longmen Pai 龍 門 派 (Dragon Gate Tradition) of Daosim (Taoism) and a 15th Generation Initiate in the San Feng Pai Branch 三丰 派 of Daoism from Wudang Mountain. His Daoist name is ​Chong Qing 崇 清.
In these Daoist traditions he has studied Internal Alchemy, Ceremonial Arts, Nourishing Life practices (Qigong, Taijiquan (Tai Chi) and Daoyin) and Healing (Qi Healing, Tui Na, Herbs and Tailismans), as well as, the philosophy and application of Daoist principles for living a fuller life.
He is also the senior student, 大 徒 弟 of Qigong Master Yong Zhou and has been his teaching assistant since 1995.


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Tracy Peck Reviews

5.0 of 5 (2)
"I was a real skeptic of Acupuncture until my wife convinced me to see Diane Peck after my wreck in 1995. I was in a wreck in China in 1994 and broke over 42 bones in a car wreck which two people died including my partner and I was one of the fortunate few that survived. I had over 65 hours of reconstructive surgery over a period of two years but was still in some pain after my surgeries. After several sessions with Diane, I started to feel so much better and my mobility improved too. After my treatments with Diane, she asked me if there was anything else that she could help me in my recovery. I told her that she had a done an outstanding job and I could not feel better. She asked that if I had any allergies and I told her that I had a terrible reaction back in 1984 with shrimp. I had gone to my allergist and he informed me that I was highly allergic to shell fish and should never eat it again. Diane said that she could cure me which she did and told me to go back to my doctor to make sure that I was no longer allergic to shell fish. My doctor informed me that it was amazing that I had no reaction to shell fish anymore so I can eat shell fish today. I am now facing cancer and I am presently at Duke with Stage IV bone cancer but Diane is working with me to build up my immunity system as well as put me on some mushroom tablets that will help my body fight this deadly disease. I can not say enough for Diane and her husband Tracy as they are the best in their field. I am honored to recommend them to you if you are considering Acupuncture."
"From the moment you enter East Gate, you are enveloped in an air of peacefulness and you intuitively feel you are in the right place! Tracy is welcoming and immediately puts you at ease. He truly listens and is always happy to answer questions. He is knowledgeable, professional and personable, and has helped me through surgery, pain ailments and managing the stress of everyday life. His gentle approach to needle placement and expertise with Chinese Herbs treats both the symptoms and underlying causes. Tracy ’s understanding and genuine concern for me continues to make a difference in my overall health and well-being."





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