New Health Centers consists of more than 300 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.
With locations in Carol Stream and Downers Grove, ATI Fitness Center helps its members get in shape and recover from injuries. Its expert staff can work with clients for physical therapy, personal training sessions, and sports training sessions. Meanwhile, instructors lead group classes such as cycling and Total Chisel, a strength-training class incorporating weights, barbells, and stability balls. Alternatively, members can work out on their own with equipment such as circuit-training machines.
The instructors at Midwest Strength & Conditioning lead a variety of group fitness classes customized to all fitness levels and designed to strengthen and tone their students’ muscles. Offerings include mobility classes that focus on dynamic range-of-motion movements, joint flexibility, and weightlifting.
Featured in Golf Digest as one of the best courses on Route 66, The Links at Carillion consists of 27 impeccably maintained holes spread across three distinct nine-hole courses. Golfers can choose to play any two of the courses. With diversely shaped bent-grass fairways, undulating greens, and five sets of tees, each course presents unique challenges to all levels of golfers. The White Course's generous fairways entice aggressive tee shots, but particularly ill-struck drives are likely to practice swan dives into encroaching water hazards that come into play on six holes. The ninth hole is nicknamed The Gauntlet, a tricky par 5 with water seemingly everywhere on the initial drive, with multiple high-risk, high-reward shot options along the slight dogleg left peninsula. On the Red Course, duffers encounter two dogleg right holes and plenty of short par 3s and 4s, which favor shot placement over exhaustive drives from far-reaching mannequin legs. Deep bunkers pepper the Blue Course, making pinpoint approaches a high premium throughout the round, as the course's slick, subtle breaks and heckling flagsticks offer enough difficulties to give even the greatest green gurus a case of the yips.
When he was a boy in the small town of Mount Olive, Illinois, Dr. David J. Rubis dreamed of being a dentist. Doggedly pursuing his goal, he graduated from Northwestern University Dental School in 1978 and opened his own practice. Years later, his son, Dr. Joseph Rubis, followed in his footsteps by joining a growing network of dental-care centers headed by Rubis pére. Now, as the network boasts 30 dentists working at 10 locations throughout Chicagoland, Advanced Family Dental & Orthodontics, PC, continues its founder’s mission to provide the best care for patrons' teeth, gums, and crippling need to collect every color of complimentary toothbrush.
Dr. Jeffrey Garofalo realigns the spines of his patients ranging from newborn to 90, but he doesn’t stop there. His adjustments also right wronged arms, shoulders, wrists, knees, and feet. When not in the office adjusting his patients, Dr. Garofalo teaches others about the benefits of chiropractic care during seminars and sumo matches.