Dr. Jack D’Angelo
Chief Medical Officer and Physician Education
Dr. Jack D’Angelo was raised on Staten Island. He received his undergraduate degrees in Theology and Biology at Lafayette College in Easton, PA. Dr. Jack (as he is commonly known), completed a pediatric residency at Georgetown University, a fellowship in pediatric physical medicine at the National Children’s Medical center and a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the George Washington University Hospital and the National Rehabilitation hospital – all located in Washington D.C.
In 2009, he received his M.B.A. from the George Washington School of Business in Washington D.C. He has been an inactive member of the non-profit community on Staten Island serving as the President of the Richmond County Medical Society, President of the Staten Island Heart Society and was a founding board member of the Community Health Center of Richmond. He has been the recipient of the Staten Island Chamber of Commerce, Louis B. Miller, Award, 2011 and the South Shore Democratic Club, Community Service Award, 2011.
Dr. D’Angelo is board certified and is a Diplomat of the American Academy of Pediatrics. He has served on the staffs of Victory Memorial Hospital, Richmond University Hospital, Staten Island University Hospital and Silver Lake Specialized Care Center and the Director of the Equipment and Bracing Clinic of United Cerebral Palsy.
Dr. Jack D’Angelo is the Medical Director of the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Associates of Staten Island. Founded in 1994, the outpatient center is committed to providing a supportive place for patients to heal. The center focuses on healing chronic pain, musculoskeletal, neurological and functional rehabilitation issues. In addition, Dr. D’Angelo co-founded Real Medicine for Real People, a physical medicine and rehabilitation wellness center located in Charleston, Staten Island. Since 2010, he has also been the Medical Director of Forest Rehabilitation Medicine, New York State’s first certified Calmare Treatment center for the non-narcotic, non-invasive medical treatment for chronic pain.
Dr. Jack brings to CITIVA a wealth of medical understanding and a unique perspective on holistic patient care. He has worked for years to alleviate pain and debilitating symptoms with noninvasive, nontoxic methods. He bridges the gap between medical cannabis community and the traditional medical community curious of the benefits cannabis-based medicines can offer their patients.