As a branch of the not-for-profit Advocate Health Care system, the Advocate Condell Centre Club has filled two 60,000-square-foot locations with fitness amenities for exercisers of all ages and ability levels, captained by professional and welcoming staff members. The club's philosophy follows the Advocate network's holistic approach, taking on a mission of all-over wellness with features for exercise, rehabilitative therapy, sports performance, and spa services. Much like a territorial wolverine, each of the facilities' elements—from a trove of resistance-training machines to a demonstration kitchen for cooking classes—occupies its own specialized area. Lake County magazine and Libertyville Patch have highlighted the club for its weight-loss systems and free training program for cancer patients, respectively.
Doctor of Chiropractic Dimitry Likterev and the staff at myAbsoluteBody they bring their unique skill sets to a menu of chiropractic, alternative-healing, and cosmetic services. Staffers treat ailments by hand during physical-therapy, reiki, and acupuncture sessions, while incorporating the moveable sections of Flexion-Distraction tables to adjust spines without finding pretense for the Heimlich maneuver. The versatile anatomical experts also refine complexions during skincare treatments, mollycoddle torsos during a range of massages, and pad shoes with tailored orthotics.
Dr. Lowell Scott Weil Sr. founded his eponymous institute in 1965 to treat the foot and ankle ailments of Des Plaines–area patients. Now with 10 practice locations and a staff of 15 podiatrists and surgeons, Weil Foot & Ankle Institute has grown into a recognized network that's seen the soles of more than 100,000 patients. This team utilizes technologies such as MRI, digital radiography, and old-fashioned feet tickling to diagnose conditions ranging from fractures and deformities to ingrown or fungal nails and diabetic neuropathy.
Dr. Weil recently completed a study, and presented it the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, that shows a 63% chance of a nail-fungus treatment clearing a nail as long as there is at least 3 millimeters of clear nail at its base.
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Gene Aiello, a doctor of chiropractic and licensed acupuncturist, works alongside a talented team of three to aid patients at Advanced Chiropractic Care and Acupuncture, Ltd. His team, another chiropractic and acupuncturist and two massage therapists, uses detailed neurological and orthopedic assessments to bolster health amid equipment for x-rays and lab tests. The information they glean allows Drs. Aiello and John Kim to create treatment plans that include low-force chiropractic techniques, several physical therapies, and massage, among other services. Allergy testing also plays its part—using kinesiology, Dr. Aiello can use a laser acupuncture treatment to desensitize the patients, finally allowing them to play in freshly cut grass or see why freshly cut grass isn’t a popular ice-cream flavor.
As coheadliner of Integrated Health and Wellness Centers, Doctor of Chiropractic Antonio Bifero applies what he teaches as a professor at the National University of Health Sciences to help patients recover from and avoid preventable diseases. He prides himself on his ability to get "to the source of the underlying condition and work diligently to make my patients’ quality of life improve greatly.”
Just as diligent, his partner, Doctor of Chiropractic Louis Luna, builds his practice around functional body mechanics, focused functional rehabilitation, and neuromuscular repatterning. Together, they lead a staff of doctors, nurses, and massage therapists that enhances well-being with a variety of all-purpose services mirroring integrative medical spas in Europe. Through custom treatments plans that include a new diet, personalized exercises, and self-affirming back pats, the center helps patients heal and proactively change their lifestyles.
When it first opened its doors in 2000, the European Foot and Ankle Clinic set out to keep feet healthy by combining conventional medical treatments and holistic practices. Over the past 12 years, this unique approach to treatment has garnered a following, and the clinic gradually expanded to 10 locations throughout Chicago. At each location, multilingual doctors in podiatric medicine treat issues ranging from heel pain to toenail fungus to chronic stubbed toes caused by regularly throwing childlike temper tantrums.