MEET OUR EXPERTS
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Dinora Ingberman MD DABPM&R DABPM DABMA
Dinora Ingberman, MD is board certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Pain Medicine and Medical Acupuncture. Over the past 16 years she has helped thousands of patients suffering from chronic pain. Dr Ingberman dedicates her practice to helping patients optimize function, minimize pain without dependence on pain medications, and avoid medical interventions or surgical procedures except where very strongly indicated.
"Pain that does not go away is called chronic pain. The best treatment requires a team of specialists who understand each aspect of this complex condition and together with the patient reaches the most successful outcome."
Anita Davidson PT DPT
Anita Davidson PT, DPT has focused on return of function and pain resolution for over 25 years. She believes strongly that the original cause for pain is often not what perpetuates pain, and that patients don't have to accept a lifetime of suffering.
"When the patient is educated about what causes their pain and why, and is actively working to resolve it, they can take
charge of their life with a view of ability instead of disability."
Anita is also the owner and founder of Creative Rehab, a successful physical therapy practice with locations in Libertyville and Gurnee. Anita started CREAT, Creative Rehab, Education, And Training to educate other physical therapists and industry professionals.
Neil Mahoney PhD
With nearly three decades of experience in interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation psychologist Dr Neil Mahoney understands that when pain persists the “whole person” is affected:
" While the loss of physical strength and ever increasing limitations on activity tend to be obvious, no less important are the unhappy changes that occur in mood, spirit, outlook and relationships."
Although sometimes harder to see, the pain treatment professionals at CPS know these losses are real and often devastating. They believe that successful rehabilitation of chronic pain must address the broad needs of their patients. As a team they help patients heal body, mind and heart. Psychologist Neil Mahoney works very closely with his patients' other medical and rehabilitative treaters to address the physical, psychological and emotional consequences of living with chronic pain.
"Successful chronic pain rehabilitation begins with the team treatment approach and ends with our clients maintaining active and productive lifestyles."
Jayne Armondo PT, DPT
Jayne Armondo, PT, MSPT approaches rehabilitation through
education and awareness to improve body position and movement patterns. This whole body approach addresses movement deficits and improves health habits to allow patients to be more successful in achieving their goals.
"Bringing awareness to how we move and how we care for our bodies gives patients a greater trust in their own ability to improve their health."