Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine are part of a 3,000 year old holistic system of healing, using a variety of modalities to address and relieve
symptoms of vastly different disorders, ranging from back pain to anxiety, focused on restoring balance and harmony by invigorating and eliminating disruptions in the flow of qi (vital
energy). Acupuncture points found along meridians on the body are treated with needles or warming therapy in order to disperse congestion and tonify deficiencies.
Pat Didner is a New York state licensed acupuncturist and is NCCAOM nationally certified in Oriental Medicine, Acupuncture, and Chinese
Herbal Medicine. She completed a four-year intensive program of study and internship, earning a Masters of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at the AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine
in Austin, Texas.
Pat treats with acupuncture, acupressure, bodywork, pediatric tui na, Chinese herbal therapy, nutritional counseling and Qigong. She has completed extensive training in Tui Na with Yongxin Fan and
training in Qigong Anma with Devon Hornby and studies Qigong and Tai Chi with Sifu Fong Ha. Pat continues acupuncture studies in classical acupuncture, pediatrics, fertility, pain, chronic
conditions and emotional health. Pat is the illustrator of Advanced Acupuncture, A Clinic Manual by Ann Cecil-Sterman.
Call Pat Didner at 347-233-0513 to schedule an appointment.
Pat practices in Manhattan near multiple train lines in the Gramercy, FlatIron, Union Square area and near Herald Square. Day, evening, and out-call appointments are available.