Tracey Sheedy Physician Assistant
About Tracey Sheedy
Tracey lives in Connecticut with her husband and three children. She is active in her community, volunteering for breast cancer awareness causes, and is a prominent speaker on care of the aging female, as well as an adjunct clinical professor for both Marist and Quinnipiac Physician Assistant Programs.
Tracey brings over 20+ years of clinical practice, combining her foundational experience in Emergency Medicine and Primary Care with her current expertise in Women’s Health. Tracey’s inherent passion for patient care is integral to her approach in identifying and remedying underlying health issues, encompassing both traditional and functional medicine.
Drawing on her expertise, she works with females, males and adolescents, focusing on general health, along with specific expertise in Hormonal Balance, Genetic Predisposition to Disease, Long Hauler Covid, Fertility, Metabolic Health, Gut Health, and General Nutrition Precision Health.
Tracey graduated with a BS in Biology with a Minor in Chemistry, and a Masters in Bacteriology, Summa Cum Laude from Wagner College. She received her Physician’s Assistant license and certification through St. John’s University. She is certified in IV Nutrition, and an active member of CONNAPA and AAPA.
“Treating symptoms is secondary to uncovering the root cause of my patient’s underlying health issues.”