Bill Reddy

Bill Reddy, LAc, DiplAc

Bill Reddy began his career as an Aerospace Engineer, flight-testing helicopters with the U.S. Navy, putting satellites in space with the U.S. Air Force Space Test Program, and supporting the director of flight test for the Joint Strike Fighter program. He continued his education pursuing master’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering at Florida Institute of Technology and Systems Engineering at George Mason University. He changed careers and studied acupuncture and oriental medicine under professors and graduates of Beijing and Shanghai medical schools in 1997 at the Maryland Institute of Traditional Chinese medicine. Since that time, he has been working on bridging the gap between acupuncturists and physicians and pioneering integrative health across the nation. Reddy has served on the executive committee of the Integrative Health Policy Consortium for seven years and has been co-chair of the Federal Policy Committee for the past five years, and currently co-chairs the Education Committee. He has presented at national conferences, including the Integrative Healthcare Symposium, the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine, the International Congress of Integrative Medicine and Health, and the American Traditional Chinese Medicine Association, and is the author of over 100 publications. He enjoys training in tai chi, qigong, and modern arnis, and practices at Inova Hospital in Fairfax, Virginia.

July 2, 2021
Mina Larson, MS, MBA, CAE, chief executive officer (CEO) of the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), has… Read More
April 20, 2021
The foundation of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) can be traced to Taoist philosophy. Taoism, also known as Daoism, can be considered both a… Read More
February 12, 2021
Helene Langevin, MD, director of the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH), has a very specific vision of whole person… Read More
January 26, 2021
Patient non-compliance, now referred to as non-adherence in the medical literature, is a major source of angst among practitioners. Early in my… Read More