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About the Practitioner
Corey Di Stasio
Corey Di Stasio is dedicated to providing quality health care and wellness services through integrative medicine while empowering his patients with knowledge of health issues and preventive techniques. He explores posture, diet, culture, and lifestyle factors to uncover the influences that shape injury and disease.

Corey has received extensive training in Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupuncture techniques, Chinese herbology, body work, and conventional internal medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in Manhattan. Corey has advanced training from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in providing acupuncture for cancer treatment-related symptoms. His devotion to healing and medicine drives him to continually expand his insight into effective health strategies within Traditional Chinese Medicine, naturopathic systems, and current modern medical research.
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).

Since 2005, Corey has managed the care of patients in both a private clinical setting and in St. Vincent’s Hospital. In 2006, he was instrumental in launching a pioneer acupuncture training program offering advanced clinical knowledge to licensed acupuncturists while working along side physicians in a hospital-setting. In 2008, Corey organized an acupuncture volunteer program for Continuum Hospice Care in New York City.

He lectures on acupuncture and related topics and volunteers on a team of medical professionals to provide end of life care to hospice patients. Corey balances work and urban life with a spirited yoga practice, rock climbing, and meditation.

Corey Di Stasio also has over 20 years experience in Product Design and Project Management developing architectural projects for museums, parks, urban programs, retail, broadcast, and corporate environments. His work can be seen on TV and around the globe; existing in the landscape while offering information, enjoyment, and comfort.

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