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Dr. Paul Rieselman

 

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4513 Lincoln Ave. (Rt. 53), Ste. 212
Lisle, IL 60532
United States
T: 630-795-1889
F: 630-271-9854

 

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Dr. Paul D. Rieselman

Description        

Alternative Medicine Chiropractor. Serving Lisle, Downers Grove, and Naperville. Non-invasive style of diagnosis and treatment. Focusing on Complete Chiropractic, Nutrition, Acupuncture and Applied Kinesiology. Hablamos Espanol.

Profile and Credentials        

Dr. Riesleman: BA, MA from Northern Illinois University

DC (Doctorate of Chiropractic) University of Health Sciences

Amy Rieselman: BS, from Northern Illinois University

MSOM (Master of Science in Oriental Medicine) Midwest College of Oriental Medicine

Philosophy and Comments        

We put YOU, the patient, first. We listen to what you say and to your concerns. We work together to help you feel better, and get your condition under control. We only use time tested techniques that have been proven to work.

Work Hours and Fee Schedule        

10-6 M, 12-7 T, 12-6 W, 2-7 R, 8-2 F

9-1 Sat.

We accept most PPO insurances, Medicare, and weekly / monthly payments

Complete Holistic Chiropractic        

We offer many different types of Chiropractic treatment. Activator Methods uses a hand held instrument that delivers a precise, subtle and gentle adjustment. Diversified, hands-on, adjustments provide a great relief to tight and stiff areas. We use drop table adjustments to relign hips, pelvis and sacral areas.

Nutrition        

We focus on total body wellness. Its important to us that you are feeling the best you can feel everyday. We check major areas of nutrition such as proper antioxidents, essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals. We also focus on patient education in relation to proper hydration levels and protein, good fat, and complex carbohydrate consumption.

Acupuncture        

Acupuncture has been used in China for over 3000 years to both treat medical illnesses, and also to promote general wellness and prevention. Patients feel better and are able to rely less on prescription medicines for asthma, indigestion, pain, and much more.

Applied Kinesiology        

By checking specific muscles in the body, we can learn information about certain weaknesses and patterns that you may have. Once we check to see which muscle groups are weak, we can then focus treatment including:Specific nutrients (vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, etc), Neurolymphatic massage (tender points that when rubbed strengthen weak muscles), Neurovascular points (balancing subtle energy pulses of the body to strengthen muscles), Acupuncture points (balance the meridian energies of the body), and spinal adjustments (correct nervous system imbalances--which cause muscle weakness)

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