Body and Soul Healthcare, P.C.‘s board-certified chiropractor, Dr. Sheila Crowe, focuses her attention on lifestyle education as she and her team, including four trained massage therapists, enhance clients' health with holistic treatments. Dr. Crowe strives for empathy and good communication in her relationships with patients, developing custom treatment plans to help each past the finish line of whole-body well-being by assessing their health with an orthopedic, neurologic, and multiple-choice exam. Along with chiropractic treatments and nutritional counseling, Dr. Crowe encourages healthy minds and bodies with breastfeeding support in-office and over the phone, as well as holistic treatments for fertility and prenatal care.
New Health Centers consists of more than 400 health-care practitioners across the country, each working to alleviate corporeal discomfort with natural techniques. Doctors work in conjunction with experienced practitioners to soothe aches, pains, and lawn-gnome infestations.
PT Success Clinic restores and enhances patients' locomotion capabilities through a variety of physical-therapy and preventative-care treatments. The wellness center unites clients who are injured, afflicted with chronic pain, looking to boost their health, or on a detoxification-themed scavenger hunt with the expertise of physical therapist Dr. Jeff Luban and botanical care specialist Melonie Collmann. With extensive experience treating chronic disorders, Dr. Luban addresses each patient's individual ailments and helps to improve musculoskeletal issues. Ms. Collmann's dedication to pure, botanically based products imbues clients with natural benefits during detoxification sessions, nutritional consultations, and soulful discussions with weeping willows.
The eye doctors at Family Eye Physicians, which include an ophthalmologist with a resume that lists advanced training in pediatric eye care a position as chief resident of John Stroger Hospital, employ the latest technology to perform preventative and restorative services. To diagnose eye issues, they create three-dimensional images with high-resolution optical coherence tomography and use a technique called fluorescein angiography, in which a fluorescent dye is injected into the arm to highlight ocular abnormalities, such as deposits beneath the retina or blood vessel patterns that resemble Elvis. The highly trained team can improve cataract patients' vision at all distances via intraocular lens implants, or make glasses and contacts obsolete with microkeratome or bladeless LASIK vision-correction surgery.