You Are More Than
a Diagnosis

Personalized Medical Care
Designed to Empower Mental Health

Panzone Psychiatry
Offers Treatment Services In NY and CT

Private and Secure Telehealth And In Person Practice With Flexibility To Work With Your Schedule

Treatment For Adult Patients Suffering From Depression, Anxiety, and ADHD

Not Your Typical Psychiatry Practice

Taking the time to get to know you and understand your history is the best way to prescribe medication that will have lasting results.

JohnPanzone Psychiatry

A human approach to Psychiatry

At Panzone Psychiatry, treating the patient as a whole person and not just a diagnosis is the key to successful outcomes.

Not every patient will benefit from medication treatment, but by taking the time to understand your unique situation we can determine what is best for you and the treatment options you are comfortable with.

The goal is to find medical solutions that lead to an empowered and happy life. Having a psychiatrist who is a team player will help you find and manage a medication regimen that is right for you.

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Anxiety Disorders
Mood Misorders

Medication Management Services

Social Anxiety
Panic Disorder

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Hi, I am John Panzone D.O.

Let Me Answer Some of Your Frequently Asked Questions.

What is a Psychiatrist?

A Psychiatrist is a board-certified doctor who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness. Psychiatrists can order medical tests and prescribe medication.

What is a D.O?

D.O. stands for Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. Like an M.D., a D.O. completes four years of medical school and a residency program in their chosen specialty, can prescribe medications, and practice medicine anywhere in the United States.

A D.O. receives the same medical licenses as an M.D.

A D.O. has all the same tools to treat you as an M.D.; however, D.O.’s have an extra tool in their toolbox, the Osteopathic approach to patient care.

Osteopathic medicine is based on the belief that the body’s systems are interrelated, and so the focus is on treating the whole person, not just treating specific symptoms or illnesses. This consideration creates a patient-centered, holistic, hands-on approach to diagnosing and providing treatment.

Can medicine help me?
Yes, medicine can be an effective part of your treatment. Please get in touch to discuss this with Dr. Panzone.