Welcome to Doctors For Dancers!

Are you looking for a Dance Specialist in your area? Our directory is here to help you find the specialized care Artistic Athletes need, whether it’s in person or virtually. Your dance wellness journey starts here!

If you’re having trouble with our map feature, don’t worry! Simply reach out to us via text or call at 818-918-1832, or email us at Connect@doctorsfordancers.com, and we’ll assist you in finding the right specialist for your needs.


Tracy Espiritu McKay, DO, FAAPMR

  1. Home
  2. »
  3. Tracy Espiritu McKay, DO, FAAPMR

Prior to pursuing her medical career, Dr. Tracy Espiritu McKay spent several years performing professionally in Musical Theatre productions in New York City at venues that include Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. Dr. McKay hails from Kearny, NJ and recognized her passion for both the Arts and Medicine early on in her life. She graduated from College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology as well as a self-designed Minor in Performance and Therapy. She received her medical degree from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Erie, PA and completed both her residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation followed by a fellowship in Sports Medicine at New York University's Rusk Rehabilitation in New York, NY. Dr. McKay specializes in Performing Arts and Sports Medicine and understands the importance of treating her patients as a whole person. She is certified in medical acupuncture in the state of New York. In her free time, she enjoys singing, dancing, and baking pretend cakes with her two-year old daughter... and trying to have her husband join in on the fun.

Contact Information
Phone: 929-455-2600
Social Media
Instagram: @nycperformingartsmed
Hours of Operation: Please call the office for more detailed office hours.
171 Delancey Street, New York, NY, USA, Second floor, New York, USA 10002

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Send message to moderator

Doctors for Dancers