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At a young age Dr. Tom was exposed to health and wellness through sports. He was a football player and volleyball All-American throughout high school and was a 4-year collegiate swimmer, earning All-American status again. Dr. Tom always felt a strong drive to be part of the health care field. As an avid triathlete, swimmer, active CrossFit member, and league sports member he observed and experienced numerous injuries, ultimately understanding that preventative care is the best method to avoid future health issues. Prior to Chiropractic College, Dr. Tom worked as a health and physical education teacher in the Aurora area. These experiences made Dr. Tom realize the important role that health and physical fitness play in people’s everyday lives.
Dr. Tom graduated in April 2013 from National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, IL. He graduated with a keen understanding of human anatomy, kinesiology and a strong grasp on how the body works as a whole. He helps his patients manage and improve their conditions by making sure they understand the root cause of their symptoms and helps them to correct the issue. Dr. Tom was born and raised in Downers Grove, IL. He enjoys any type of physical activity. His appreciation for the outdoors further drives him to be active and stay fit.
Dr. Michael Quintana attended National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, IL, where he received a Doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine and certifications in acupuncture & massage therapy. Dr. Quintana went on to receive advanced training, receiving a Masters degree in nutrition and functional medicine, from the University of Western States. Dr. Quintana’s
approach is uncovering underlying root causes and not simply treating symptoms. He uses integrative nutritional approaches to help correct blood chemistry and improve clinical outcomes. Dr. Quintana is an active member in the Illinois Chiropractic Society and his hobbies include CrossFit, baseball, martial arts, slack-lining, hiking, reading, and spending time at the
park with his wife and dog Lola.
Lindsey found her passion to help others through Chiropractic when she was in high school and being treated for several sports injuries. Lindsey is now in her final trimesters of Chiropractic school and will be graduating in December of 2016. As a former athlete for most of her life, Lindsey has an empathy for injuries of all types. Helping patients return to a pain-free lifestyle in which they can do the activities they enjoy is her main goal. Her outgoing personality, passion for people, and enthusiasm for health have helped her excel in the classroom and clinical setting.
While in Chiropractic school, Lindsey has been an active participant in the Student American Chiropractic Association, Sports Rehab Club, Motion Palpation Club, and Lambda Chi Sorority. She believes being so involved during schooling has helped her develop a knowledge of many different conditions and techniques seen in a Chiropractic clinic.