Daisy Tran, M.Ac., L.Ac.
Daisy is a fourth generation acupuncturist trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Five Element Acupuncture. Daisy received her Masters of Acupuncture degree from the acclaimed Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH), formally Tai Sophia Institute. She is also certified by the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA) to treat addiction, substance abuse, and PTSD.
Prior to attending MUIH, Daisy received her Bachelor’s degree in Bio-Psychology with internship concentrations in Physical Therapy. As a licensed acupuncturist, she continues to enhance her knowledge for the sake of her patients with advanced training in Fertility, Women’s Health, Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation and Pain Management with a special concentration in Sports Medicine Acupuncture.
Originally from China, Daisy immigrated to the United States in her early teens. She is fluent in both Mandarin Chinese and English. In her spare time, Daisy enjoys photography, travel, yoga, Pilates, and indulging in fine culinary creations with her husband.
- “I am the type of patient who wants to understand everything, and Daisy consistently communicated with me all her diagnoses, questions, reflections, care plan and suggestions so that I knew exactly how my journey to healing was unfolding. She is so communicative and offers such a wonderful space for healing that I always felt completely safe with her as my practitioner.” - M.T.
- “My psoriasis also showed dramatic improvement. I noticed improvement almost immediately after the first acupuncture treatment with Daisy. After three treatments, areas that had previously been constantly red, scaly and irritated were beginning to clear. Although I currently still have small patches that are not completely healed, I would estimate that my psoriasis has improved about 75% since my first visit with Daisy.” - K.G.
- “In late 2011 I began experiencing symptoms of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD). I also have Sleep Apnea, which I had been diagnosed with many years ago but which I had not treated as I did not like any of the standard treatment options. Daisy’s ability to help me deal with stress issues turned out to be as rewarding as her success in helping my physical issues.” - M.W.
We are In-Network Providers with the above listed insurance companies. Acupuncture coverage can vary from plan to plan even within the same network. It is your responsibility to verify with your insurance carrier on benefit limitations. Please bring your photo identification, current insurance card, and referral (if required by your plan) to your appointment so we may assist you in filing for your insurance benefits. If you need assistance, you can fax copies of your driver’s license and insurance card with your birthday date and email address to 301-869-2336.
For your initial visit:
Email or fax your insurance card (front & back) so we can verify your acupuncture benefits.
- Attire: Bring a button down shirt, gym shorts or pants that you can roll up to the thighs.
- Eat: Please eat before your acupuncture treatment. One may feel dizzy receiving acupuncture on an empty stomach. Try to avoid alcohol and caffeine the day of.
- Bring: a list of your current medications & dosage amount. Any MRI or X-RAY reports. Fertility patients, please bring your Basal Body Temperature chart and menstrual cycle history.