Growing up on the East Coast in New Jersey, she always knew medicine was her passion. Initially though her yoga practice and as an athlete growing up, she developed an understanding of the body mind connection. This initial spark initiated a lifelong journey to delving deeper into studying methods to balance the body through movement, herbal remedies, and meditation. In her undergrad at Dickinson College she took a course that opened her eyes to eastern modalities of healing. This course on top of prior experiences, spearheaded a fire within herself treat her own personal anxiety and acne naturally. This opened her eyes to the power of food and herbs as medicine.

 Post college she worked at a physical therapist office which brought on a curiosity about the mind body connection. Here is when she decided Chinese medicine school was the answer because of the understanding of the mind body connection.

She started her Chinese Medicine degree in New York City at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM), and her love of traveling and experiencing new cultures brought her to expand her knowledge base to study at PCOM San Diego.

While in New York, she learned the practice of cosmetic acupuncture while privately studying under her mentors at Eastgate Acupuncture in Columbus Circle, New York City.

While in San Diego, her experiences ranged from pediatric patients at Rady’s Children’s Hospital to treating geriatric patients at Lutheran Church clinic in Downtown, San Diego.

While completing her clinical hours she has treated symptoms associated with

            - GERD

            - Headaches

            - Scar treatments

            - Post-Op pain

            - Insomnia

            - Vertigo

            - IBS-C/IBS-D

- Orthopedic disorders

- Menstrual disorders

- Contact dermatitis

- Depression

- Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

 

While completing her doctorate in San Diego, she also studied cranio-sacral therapy, visceral, and neural manipulation. This technique closely works with the Vagal nerve of the body to aid stimulation the parasympathetic nervous system.

 

Her focus is on herbal medicine for gynecological disorders, post-op healing, and herbal treatments to maintain overall health and prevention of disease.

 

 

Initial Acu Visit (1.5 hrs) $100

Herbal Consult (30 mins) $49

Follow-up Acupuncture (1 hr) $89

Acu pack of 6 treatments $480

Vet/Fire $75

 

 

Cranio-Sacral, visceral and neural manipulation (30 min) $80

1 hr for $150

 

 

Facial Rejuvination Acupuncture (75 mins) for $155

Facial Acupuncture package (75 mins)

6 visits $800

12 visits $1250

Guasha Facial (30mins) $89

30 Min Facial Acu $75

Kim DiStefano L.Ac.

420 Walnut Ave, San Diego, CA 92103

Tel: 619-501-7626

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