Corey Di Stasio is dedicated to providing quality health care and wellness
services through integrative medicine in his Chelsea clinic in Manhattan, NYC.
He empowers his patients with knowledge of health issues and preventive techniques by exploring physiology, posture, environment, stress management, diet, culture, and lifestyle factors to uncover the influences that shape injury and disease.
Corey has been in practice for fourteen years and holds a Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Corey has advanced training from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in providing acupuncture for cancer-related symptoms. He has also trained in sports medicine at the Rothman Orthopaedic Institute.
Corey's devotion to healing and medicine drives him to continually expand
his insight into effective health strategies within Chinese
Medicine, naturopathic systems, and current medical knowledge.
He is a licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac.) in New York State and a Diplomate
in Oriental Medicine with the National Certification Commission for
Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).
In 2005, Corey managed
the care of patients in an outpatient clinc at St.
Vincents Hospital and also was instrumental in launching
a pioneer acupuncture training program there, offering advanced clinical
knowledge to licensed acupuncturists while working along side physicians
in a hospital-setting. In 2007, he organized an acupuncture volunteer
program for Continuum Hospice Care in New York City.
Corey writes and lectures on acupuncture and related topics and balances work life with a spirited yoga
practice, meditation, surfing, hiking, and cycling.
Corey is also an experiential designer with over 20 years in creating cultural environments. His work spans a diverse range of applications including museums, parks, architectural interiors, retail, broadcast, signage, and events. His designs can be seen on TV and around the globe; existing in the landscape while offering information, enjoyment, and comfort.