Osteopathic manipulation is a technique by which the manipulator uses his or her hands to adjust muscles and joints within a patient. This technique is used to treat not only muscle and joint issues, but physical, emotional, and psychological illnesses as well. Read More
You may or may not be familiar with osteopathic medicine. This is a form of medicine which focuses on all parts of a person being interconnected. Osteopathic physicians focus on the physical, as well as the emotional and psychological in order to help treat their patients. Read More
Thinking about undergoing acupuncture treatment in Chicago? Wondering if it would be beneficial for you? Acupuncture carries a number of benefits, some of them physical, and some of them mental. Let’s discuss the specifics of the procedure so that you understand exactly what you’re getting into. Read More
Believed to have originated in China thousands of years ago, acupuncture is a medical procedure which involves placing thin needles into a person’s skin. These needles target pressure points in the body, releasing beneficial body chemicals that can aid in the wellbeing of physical, psychological, and emotional health. Read More
There is no shortage of quality osteopathic physicians in the world today. However, finding one which is right for you is not necessarily easy.
If you are interested in a post holiday 14-day cleanse package, call and ask to set up an appointment with our nutritionist today. Packages include a one hour consultation, dietary/lifestyle changes, supplementation, and IV therapy as needed. We will help you get back on track for the new year!
We accept osteopathic medical students in their 3rd and 4th year of osteopathic medical school for 1-4 week rotations.
To rotate with Dr. Feely, students must have completed a 40-hour cranial course or have been an undergraduate OMM fellow at their medical school.
To rotate with Dr. Sharma, please contact the office and set up a phone interview to talk with Dr. Sharma about rotating with him.
Please contact our office at 312-266-8565 for more information.