The Wellness Spot’s 6,000-square-foot facility houses comfortable massage rooms hedged with exposed brick, as well as spaces for personal training and boot camp. Clients hobbled by carrying their desks to and from work can stride into treatment rooms set up in feng shui style for a spine-soothing massage, while exercisers vanish into rigorous boot-camp sessions or one-on-one training with a nationally certified trainer.
Headed by Dr. Stein, Bodies in Balance brings a multi-disciplinary approach to pain treatment and overall health. Laboratory testing reveals potential allergies or missing nutrients, while orthotics and chiropractic adjustments counter and correct imbalances in the spine. Doctors also energize muscles with low-level lasers or electronic stimulation, or employ ultrasonic waves to stimulate fluid movement in the tissue. Dr. Stein and his team use these services to treat the pain that results from repetitive use, workplace accidents, or tickle fights with tractors.
While conventional medical practices can nullify the physical symptoms of a variety of ailments, they oftentimes overlook the interconnectivity of one's physical, mental, and spiritual states. With this in mind, North Suburban Wellness's staff takes an integrative approach to medicine—creating personalized treatments that aim to achieve optimal vitality and wellness by incorporating a number of health methodologies. With chiropractic and nutritional medicine, the doctor boosts metabolism levels and addresses discomfort caused by conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome as the massage therapist relaxes muscles tense from hours of trying to keep one's skeleton from running away. For mental relaxation, the yoga instructor, who has been practicing for nearly 30 years, helps patients tend to worries with calming, methodical movements. Clinical psychology and biofeedback, kinesiotherapy, and Chinese-medicine specialists also lend their talents to the medical team to truly care for patients both inside and out.
Certified hypnotherapist Lynne Nozicka facilitates wellness by helping clients overcome self-destructive inner monologues and behaviors. Her treatments address a wide breadth of issues, including struggles with weight, smoking, and anxiety.
Every appointment begins with a conversation that focuses on the habits, hang-ups, and issues that each individual wants to target. Nozicka then helps clients to envision their ideal, healthful selves before commencing hypnosis sessions that excavate negative thoughts hidden in the subconscious and replace them with adorable motivational cat posters. To supplement treatment plans, Lynne offers suggestions for permanent lifestyle changes.
If Dr. Louis has a special way of relating to his patients, it's because he was once a patient himself. After suffering a high-school football injury that traditional medicine couldn’t fully treat, he found his way to a chiropractor and never looked back. His experience inspired him to pursue a career in chiropractic, and Select Wellness Chiropractic, LLC represents the culmination of that goal.
At the full-service wellness center, Dr. Louis abides by a whole-person approach that targets the sources of pain rather than the symptoms. He specializes in treating athletic injuries sustained while sprinting to the finish, diving for the goal line, or giving the linemen a celebratory piggyback ride. In addition to chiropractic treatments, he and his staff offer Swedish and hot-stone massages designed to ease general stress and tension.
Despite graduating as a medical doctor in 1986, Yevgeny Zakusilo didn’t follow the traditional path of Western medicine. Instead, by 1987, the Russian native pursued a certification in acupuncture and embraced the tried and true wellness practices of the East. Today, Zakusilo, better known as Dr. Z, helms Eastland Acupuncture, where he picks up where Western medicine and vision boards failed by treating clients to acupuncture, tui na massage, qi gon, and herbal remedies. Through these holistic and natural healing methods, Dr. Z, along with his master herbalist Monica, help dissipate a range of health conditions from allergies, anxiety, and headaches to infertility, diabetes, and depression.
As a competitive equestrian show jumper, Christine Renz became interested in acupuncture after witnessing the incredibly healthful effects it had on her horses. She decided to pursue this form of holistic healing on humans and received her Master of Science degree in traditional Oriental medicine, rendering her a licensed acupuncturist with the ability to dole out both therapeutic and preventive treatments. She calms allergy symptoms by soothing reactive organ systems with acupressure and restores balance to bodies and Bozo the Clown bop bags with Chinese herbs and needling sessions.