Dylan Stein is a licensed acupuncturist in New York and a nationally certified Diplomate of Oriental Medicine. He graduated from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine – New York (PCOM), and holds a Master’s of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine. Traditional Oriental Medicine is the combined arts of acupuncture, herbal medicine, dietary therapy and Tuina medical massage. While at PCOM, Dylan won multiple awards for scholarship in the field of acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
In New York, acupuncturists practice as independent general practitioners. Training is at the Master’s degree level, and is comprised of 3500 hours of didactic and clinical practice. Dylan’s particular interests have led me to complete additional studies in the following areas: Dermatology, Men’s Health and Pain Management.
Before becoming a student of acupuncture and herbal medicine, Dylan completed premedical studies at New York University while working as a Research Associate at NYU School of Medicine in the Center for AIDS Research and the Department of Environmental Medicine. For a list of publications that he has authored, please visit this page.
Thanks to the influence of his grandfather, Dylan has been interested in holistic healthcare since he was a teenager, first learning to use diet to achieve wellness. He maintains his interest in nutrition through seasonal and local eating.
While in graduate school, Dylan was mentored by well-known fertility and herbal medicine expert, Adele Reising, LAc. During his mentorship, Dylan studied the treatment of pain conditions, fertility, herbal medicine and the study of classical Chinese medical texts.
As a practitioner of acupuncture and Chinese medicine, Dylan’s interests focus on dermatology, pain management and men’s health concerns, including male infertility (Male Factor infertility). He has completed post-graduate studies in Chinese herbal medicine dermatology at the Avicenna Centre in London, and continues to deepen his practice through studying with modern masters in the United States and abroad.
While not working in his midtown acupuncture clinic, Dylan can be found doing Asthanga Yoga, gardening or working on a craft project.
Dylan Stein is a member of the board of directors of the Acupuncture Society of New York (ASNY) and the organization’s Legislative Affairs Committee co-chair. He is also a member of the American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AAAOM), and the Nutritional Therapy Association (NTA). Dylan is also an Associate Member of National Acupuncture Detoxification Association.
Jinhee Yoo has been a licensed acupuncturist in New York and New Jersey since 2008. Jinhee is also a nationally certified Diplomate of Acupuncture. Jinhee graduated from the prestigious acupuncture program at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM). Prior to becoming an acupuncturist, she studied biology, receiving her Bachelor’s degree from SUNY – Binghamton University. Jinhee’s strong foundation in bioscience has fueled her philosophy of an integrative medicine approach to wellness, seamlessly combining Eastern and Western schools of thought.
After graduating from PCOM, Jinhee started an acupuncture practice in Manhattan, while also managing the school’s clinic, which treated about 900 patients a week, and teaching classes to acupuncture students. Maintaining strong ties to PCOM allowed Jinhee to continue to study with master practitioners from China and the US while also developing interests in women’s health, fertility, pain management and pediatrics. In addition to her private practice, Jinhee has also worked alongside chiropractors, physical therapists, doctors, and even cosmetologists. She has success working with musculoskeletal pain, infertility, gynecological issues, emotional and psychological disorders, pediatrics, facial rejuvenation, and much more.
Jinhee is certified in the Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture system, as seen in O Magazine and The New York Times, and Nefeli Facial Rejuvenation Cosmetic Acupuncture. The Mei Zen system consists of specific rejuvenation protocols for the face, neck, and abdomen. Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture also includes protocols for weight management and fertility. The Nefeli Acupuncture system focuses on facial and neck rejuvenation for the reduction of fine lines, wrinkles, uneven skin tone and dark circles under the eyes. The Nefeli system uses fewer needles and employees a tonifying facial Guasha massage that stimulates collagen, making it a nice compliment to any treatment, especially for those who are needle-sensitive.
When not working at Dylan Stein Acupuncture, Jinhee enjoys volunteering in her free time. She is grateful to be able to contribute to Acupuncturists Without Borders (providing free acupuncture services in response to natural disasters, like Hurricane Sandy), Tunnel to Towers (a 9/11 charity run), and the US Open.
Dylan Stein Acupuncture
Dylan Stein Acupuncture
Phone: (212) 863-9223