MICHAEL J. DIGIOVANNA, D.O., C.P.I.

Dr. Mike, as his patients call him, was born in 1960 in Columbus, Ohio.  Raised by two dedicated Osteopathic Physicians, Dr. Joseph A. DiGiovanna & Dr. Eileen L. DiGiovanna, he  decided to become an Osteopathic Physician at the age of 5.

Dr. Mike graduated from Berner High School in Massapequa, NY in 1978.  He continued his education at the New York Institute of Technology, graduating Valedictorian in 1982 as a Life Sciences major.  Entering the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine immediately following NYIT, Dr. Mike graduated in 1987, receiving multiple Honors and Awards, including an Undergraduate Fellowship in the Stanley Schiowitz Department of Osteopathic Principles and Practices and a perfect 100% average in the Department of Anatomy.

Dr. Mike continued his post-graduate education at Coney Island Hospital in Brooklyn, NY.  He received his board certification in 1995 by the American College of Osteopathic Board of Family Practitioners.  His most certification was in 2007 as a Certified Physician Investigator by the Academy of Pharmaceutical Physicians and Investigators.
Dr. Mike continues to practice as a full-time Family Practitioner in Massapequa, NY, specializing in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, Family Practice and as a Principal Investigator for multiple pharmaceutical sponsors.  He continues to serve as an adjunct clinical professor at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, educating physicians in training at the DiGiovanna Family Care Center.  He has also served on the boards of the New York State Osteopathic Medical Society, the American Academy of Osteopathy and as Chairman of the Department of Family Practice at Massapequa General Hospital and New Island Hospital (now St. Joseph’s Hospital) for many years.  He is the author is numerous articles.

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