Dr. Dana Cohen
Dana Cohen, MD, is a nationally renowned internal and integrative medicine specialist whose multi-disciplinary approach has helped treat thousands of patients using a variety of conventional and complementary therapies. In practice for nearly two decades, Cohen trained under the late Dr. Robert Atkins, author of the iconic Dr. Atkins’ New Diet Revolution, and Dr. Ronald L. Hoffman, a pioneer of integrative medicine and founder of the Hoffman Center in New York City.
Cohen was certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in 1998, and was appointed to the board of directors of the American College for the Advancement of Medicine (ACAM), the leading voice of integrative medicine for more than 1,500 MD, DO, ND and master-level healthcare providers, where she currently serves as advisor to the board of directors and advisor to the education committee. Through ACAM, she also developed an integrative medicine boot camp for practitioners.
Cohen’s passion for integrative medicine stems from her belief that medicine is an art, and a patient-centered, holistic approach is the vital first step on the path to overall health and wellness. She has helped thousands of patients on the verge of giving up hope find relief by restoring their well-being. Cohen’s practice emphasizes the individual, and she has helped countless patients limit their dependence on prescription medications by harnessing the power of diet, nutritional supplementation and lifestyle changes to find wellness.
Cohen earned her medical degree from St. George’s University School of Medicine and completed a three-year internal medicine residency at Albany Medical Center and was board-certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in 1998. She has on-air experience as a radio host and previously co-hosted the “Healthy for Good” radio show that aired in New York City and “New Vitality Live,” a nationally syndicated show on the WOR Radio Network. Cohen was also featured on Gary Null’s PBS special “Power of Aging.”