BARBARA MOKRZYCKA-PYS, DC, S.C.: CHIROPRACTIC MEDICINE
Dr. Pys is a graduate of National University of Health Sciences and is board certified to practice chiropractic medicine and physiotherapy by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. She is also, a National Athletic Trainers Association board certified athletic trainer and has worked at a number of Northshore medical centers for the past twenty years.
Dr. Pys utilizes manual techniques when caring for patients as well as alternative therapies to address health complaints using natural medicine, lifestyle changes and nutritional counseling. She has extensive experience treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions and general health issues with chiropractic manipulation, physical and functional rehabilitation, neuromuscular therapy, acupuncture, and a range of techniques involving soft tissue manipulation.
Dr. Pys remains active in continuing education programs, including The McKenzie Method of Manual Diagnosis and Therapy, a non-manipulation based treatment for pain, ergonomic evaluation of a work place, muscular and myofascial rehabilitation, and Dr. McGill’s methods of correct movement mechanics.
MICHAEL PYS: NEUROMUSCULAR THERAPY
After having received his training from the Chicago School of Massage Therapy, Michael received a Diplomate in Osteopathic Manual Therapy from Osteopathic College of Ontario and completed a Neuromuscular Massage Therapy curriculum at St.John Neuromuscular Pain Relief Institute. He is state-licensed and certified in Massage Therapy and has been successful for over 20 years providing manual therapy helping people from all walks of life working at select Northshore medical practices.
Michael treats a wide variety of conditions and has a special interest in the treatment of headaches, neck pain, as well as acute and chronic back pain. In order to address the causes of pain, Michael corrects muscular imbalances that lead to chronic stress and vulnerability, using a variety of techniques including neuromuscular and craniosacral therapy, as well as incorporating osteopathic concepts.