Gaudet, Tracy, M.D.
Tracy W. Gaudet is the executive director of Duke Integrative Medicine and assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, N.C. Under her leadership, Duke Integrative Medicine has recently opened a state-of-the-art healthcare facility dedicated to the transformation of medicine through the exploration of new models of whole-person healthcare. Prior to her work at Duke, Dr. Gaudet was the founding executive director of the University of Arizona Program in Integrative Medicine, helping to design the country's first comprehensive curriculum in this new field.
Gaudet is the author of Consciously Female, a book on integrative medicine and women's health, and Body, Soul and Baby. She writes a regular column for Body + Soul magazine and is widely recognized as a leader in the emerging field of integrative medicine through her contributions to numerous journals, publications, and television programs.
Articles by Gaudet, Tracy, M.D.
Expert Tracy Gaudet's advice on when to consider low-dose HRT, nonhormonal treatments, and more.
No, but some can provide a safety net.
Tips on how sufferers of chronic pain can stay active and keep exercising.
Integrative medicine may help you sleep better without medication.
Maybe a multi, calcium and magnesium, fish oil, and vitamin D.