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"My belief is in the blood and flesh as being wiser than the intellect. The body-unconscious is where life bubbles up in us. It is how we know that we are alive, alive to the depths of our souls and in touch somewhere with the vivid reaches of the cosmos."

— D.H. LAWRENCE —


Casey Leigh Carty is a licensed acupuncturist in New York City, and graduate from the Tri-State College of Acupuncture. As an integrative practitioner, Casey combines the use of Japanese, Classical Chinese and Trigger Point Acupuncture (APM) into treatments. She often utilizes other MindBody therapies as well including Cupping and Gua Sha, Tui Na and Qi Gong, mindfulness based breath-work,  guided imagery, and trauma resilience.   

Casey believes healing is made possible when authentic communication and deep listening is cultivated. Feeling heard and seen, helps us to embrace change and transform our pain and suffering into liberation. With a focus on uniting you with your more radiant Self, her treatments work to awaken your bodies instinctive wisdom to heal itself. When we learn to observe, connect and live in our bodies better, we learn to live more fully in the present. Casey specializes in treating chronic and acute pain conditions, anxiety disorders and depression, addiction, trauma, and major life changes. Each treatment is directed at supporting you in your journey to discovering a healthful, inspired, and joyful life. 

As an artist, and former graduate from the School of Visual Arts, Casey relishes in projects that inspire her heart. Her acupuncture practice, is a delightful extension of her creative process, manifesting light, abundance, and transformation.

In addition to running a private practice in Union Square, Casey works as an in-patient care Acupuncture Therapist at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital. She is also a faculty member for the Integrative Family Medicine Fellowship program at The Institute for Family Health, in affiliation with the Mount Sinai Beth Israel Center for Health and Healing. Casey also works as a harm reduction acupuncturist at BronxWorks, serving those recovering from drug addiction and living with chronic illness.