Dr. George M. Nicolopoulos
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Dr. George M. Nicolopoulos graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic Magna Cum Laude. In his time in Iowa Dr. George was highly active both inside and outside of the classroom taking various seminars and lecture series. While a student Dr. George spent three weeks in the country of Fiji working within their current health care system to provide treatment and health screenings to underprivileged children and adults at no cost to the patient. Dr. George considers this to be one of the most rewarding experiences of his life.
Near the end of his graduate school career Dr. George was one of ten students across all Chiropractic colleges to be chosen to work with the Department of Defense on an active military base. He treated pilots, mechanics and other military personnel stationed at Lemoore Naval Base located in Lemoore California. He worked hand in hand with some of the highest trained medical doctors and physical therapists in the country. While there he learned a multitude of different methodologies to treat both acute and chronic patients utilizing the best available research on each condition and continues to do so in everyday practice.
Dr. George is an expert when it comes to the diagnosis, treatment and management of all varieties of musculoskeletal conditions. He is also part of the 1% of Chiropractors credentialed in McKenzie Therapy: Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy. He focuses on post surgical work from what he learned when with the Navy, athletic injuries which he treats as a sideline physician at various lifting and sporting events, and the average joe. Dr. George prides himself in learning something new with each and every patient he treats.
Caroline Jung, Dipl. Ac., MSOM
After earning a Psychology degree from the University of Memphis, Caroline moved to Chicago to attend the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine. There, she received her Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine. In the years since, Caroline has trained with some of the most prominent teachers in the field of East Asian Medicine, including Dr. Huang Huang, Giovanni Maciocia, and Sharon Weizenbaum. Caroline is a nationally board certified acupuncturist and is licensed by the state of Illinois. She is the President Emeritus of the Illinois Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Caroline has practiced for many years in the Chicagoland area, including Children’s Memorial Hospital, Women’s Healthcare Partners of IL gynecology group and Tiffani Kim Institute. She presents lectures and workshops on various topics and her writings have been featured in both local and national publications for Western health care providers. She is a contributing author of the book
“Fit Nurse: Your Total Plan for Getting Fit and Living Well”.
Caroline’s passion for women’s health includes a specialty in fertility. Her practice also includes treatments for men’s health, digestive disorders, pain management, psycho-emotional disorders, addictions, weight loss, diabetes, and much more.
Along with East Asian Medicine therapies, Caroline incorporates a variety of healing techniques and traditions into her care for her patients. She has studied and practiced yoga for over 17 years. Meditation and mindfulness are crafts that Caroline continues to cultivate for her own personal and professional growth. Yoga along with meditation and mindfulness are some of the supportive and enriching techniques she incorporates into treatments plans. Caroline strongly believes in educating her patients, so that they may take charge of their own health and wellness beyond treatment rooms.