Dr. Paul Rieselman, MA, MSN, DC, DiHom, APN, CNP, NP-C, FNP-BC, DAAPM
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. He also graduated with a master of science (MSN) in nursing with emphasis as Nurse Practitioner.
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. He is also a licensed Famly Nurse Practitioner, and plans on expanding his work into the fields of women's health, weight loss, pain managment, and basic family practice.
Amy Rieselman, B.S., M.S.O.M, Dipl.CH, LA.c
Amy graduated from Northern Illinois University with a Bachelors in Biological Sciences, and then received her Masters in Oriental Medicine from Midwest College of Oriental Medicine in Chicago. While at Midwest she saw and treated a wide variety of conditions at the free clinic. Since graduating in 2005, she enjoys treating all kinds of conditions from pain to digestive disorders and women’s health.
She believes that one should always seek better health and not just accept pain or discomfort. Pain is a sign that the body is in distress and Chinese Medicine offers a unique, proven, and time-tested system for diagnosing and treating disease noninvasively with a high level of safety and virtually no side effects.
When not seeing patients or formulating herbal prescriptions, Amy is busy with her two young boys, getting out into nature, and of course learning more about the vast field of Chinese Medicine!