Dr. Paul D. Rieselman

Amy Rieselman

Sarah Eckstein

Robert Walker

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Dr. Paul D. Rieselman, BSN, RN, MA, DC, DiHom

Dr. Paul has earned both a Bachelors and a Masters of Art from Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL in Spanish Business Translation, and Language and Literature, while fulfilling premedical coursework. In 2003 he graduated from the National University of Health Sciences, in Lombard, IL, with a Doctorate of Chiropractic (DC) degree.

The doctor has completed hundreds of postgraduate hours in Applied Kinesiology, and maintains membership in the International College of Applied Kinesiology (ICAK) and the Illinois Chiropractic Society (ICS). Other Chiropractic techniques he has trained in include Total Body Modification (TBM), Acupuncture Orthopedics, Neural Organization Technique (NOT), Neuro Emotional Technique (NET), Custom made Orthotic Casting, Activator Methods, Visceral Manipulation, Crainio Sacral Therapies, Directional Non Force Technique (DNFT), B.E.S.T., and many more.  It is the doctor's belief that no two cases are alike, and that each patient requires highly specific, individualized care.

Dr. Rieselman has studied classical homeopathy for over 17 years.  He earned his diploma in homeopathy from the British Institute of Homoepathy in 1994,  and has participated in a 3 year internship with two internationally known homeopaths, Dr. Joel Shepperd, M.D. and Dr. Timothy Fior, M.D.  The doctor also continues to study on a one to one basis with many doctors, including the internationally renouned Dr. Robert Warwick.

Dr. Paul enjoys singing and playing guitar, running, hiking outdoors, reading, and Thai and Indian food.  Currently he is persuing a M.S.N. (Master of Science in Nursing) degree to bring Advanced Practice Nursing to the office as a Famly Nurse Practitioner.

Amy Rieselman, B.S., M.S.O.M, Dipl.CH, LA.c

Amy obtained her Bachelors degree in Biology from Northern Illinois University. After, she earned a second B.S. degree in clinical Nutrition and her M.S.O.M (Master of Science in Oriental Medicine) degree from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, Chicago, IL.

During her 2 year internship at Midwest College, she treated a wide variety of medical conditions at a non for profit medical clinic in Chicago.

Amy enjoys treating children and female conditions, and is certified in handling a multitude of infertility cases, as well as pain sydromes and digestive complaints.

Her hobbies include cooking, scrapbooking, rollerblading, hiking, reading and most importantly, spending time with her boys, Andreas Zavier and Kian Elijah.

Sarah Eckstein, LMT

Sarah N. Eckstein graduated from the School of Holistic Massage and Reflexology in Downers Grove, IL. There she focused on general massage techniques while integrating shiatsu, manual lymph drainage, pregnancy massage, and hydrotherapy to combat certain muscular issues arising from day-to-day living.  Sarah has continued her education with a 52-hour certification in Sports Massage. The class taught her the importance of stretching muscles while integrating massage techniques to help ease strained and tired muscles. She also has expanded her knowledge further with a 120-hour Reflexology certification.

This year, Sarah has begun to study and integrate Hawaiian Lomilomi massage and is amazed with the effects it has on the nervous system, gastrointestinal system, and in aiding with the balancing of structural misalignments. She hopes to continue studying and expanding this aspect of her touch.

When not massaging, Sarah teaches massage therapist students anatomy and physiology. She spends her free time outside with her yellow lab, learning to play the didgeridoo, reading, and fueling her creative side by painting and participating in local charity art auctions.

Robert Walker, ABT

Robert Walker graduated Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in 2006 with a degree in Asian Body Therapy (ABT).  He is trained in Chinese Tui Na massage, Zen Oha-Shiatsu, and basic Thai massage, with supplemental work in both Western Circulatory and Deep Tissue massage.  After receiving his certification from the AOBTA, he studied under Master Tom Tam in Boston to become certified in his groundbreaking Tong Ren therapy.  Robert has also participated in onsite therapist work for power plants, schools, and hospitals in the Chicagoland area.

Currently, he enjoys attending to a wide array of emotional and physical ailments.   Robert currently specializes in upper body work, including migraine headache treatments and repetitive stress injuries resulting from carpal tunnel syndrome and “on the job issues.”

He enjoys music, reading, writing, hiking, traveling, and immersing himself in Asian and European cultures and food (including sushi, beer, anime, and donuts).  He also draws, cooks, and homebrews in an attempt to take out the middle man.