Dr. Robert Tracy
Dr. Tracy completed his medical school in Florida before moving to Los Angeles for his residency training at the USC Family Medicine program at California Hospital in downtown LA. He was honored to have been elected Chief Resident during his 3rd year by the faculty and fellow residents. In addition, he was awarded the Richard G. Hahn award for his dedication to family medicine during his residency. Dr. Tracy takes great pride in practicing full spectrum family practice including many different office procedures and caring for adults, women, children and seniors.
Dr. Tracy, a national expert in regenerative medicine, has created a truly innovative clinic focused on the power of your natural healing abilities by utilizing your own platelets (PRP) and growth factors to stimulate and regrow from within.
Dr. Tracy has advanced training in non- operative regenerative orthopedic procedures through the American Association of Orthopaedic Medicine (AAOM). He has trained with pioneering experts in such therapies as Prolotherapy and Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) for joints (knee, shoulder, spine, hip), muscles, tendons and ligaments. Dr. Tracy has treated patients in Lima, Peru and Gudalajara, Mexico. He was part of the first group to get certified in Interventional Regenerative Orthopedic Medicine (IROM-C) through the AAOM.
Dr. Tracy is married and has a son and daughter. He enjoys exploring the mountains and deserts around Southern California and traveling with them during his free time. They love to play tennis, go skiing, and rock climbing any chance they get.
Martha Amaya Morris, PA-C
Martha Morris is a board-certified Physician Assistant at Fletcher Family Medical Center. She completed her Degree at Stanford University/Foothill College and earned her Master of Science Degree at Saint Francis University in 2011. Martha is a member of the California Academy of Physician Assistants. She is certified by the National Commission for Certification of Physician Assistant.
Her clinical experiences include nursing and health education. She has over 10 years of experience as a Cardiac Nurse and Health Educator. She was born in El Salvador, raised in Los Angeles, and is fluent in Spanish. She is extremely proud of her culture and dedicated to serving the diverse communities of Los Angeles. She is motivated by her passion for medicine and currently works within the clinic, hospital, and nursing homes.