Debunking Fact From Fiction. How much do you know about this ancient medical art that now has a ton of science backing it up? Are you considering trying acupuncture? Has it been recommended to you? Know someone who can’t stop raving about it?
Dr. Joshua Duplessis Joins Integrated Physical Medicine in Joliet
We are proud to announce Dr. Joshua Duplessis, DC, ATC, CSCS, has joined our Joliet, IL office. Dr. Josh is both a Chiropractor and Athletic Trainer and worked closely with the staff and patients in New Lenox before moving to our Joliet clinic. He will be a big addition to the quality of patient care in his new location.
Dr. Joshua Duplessis, received his Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Northern Illinois University in 2009. After working as an athletic trainer for the Marine Corps and Amazon, he decided it was time to further his education. He graduated from National University of Health Sciences with his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree in 2021.
Dr. Josh has taken courses in dry needling, Graston Technique (IASTM), and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA). Also, he has certifications as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), and Athletic Trainer (ATC). He also has completed course work with the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) to help golfers Move Well, Often, Pain Free and Strong.
Some of Dr. Josh’s specialities include Sports Medicine Orthopedic Care. You will often find him on a local field or sideline providing assessment and treatments to the athletes.
Dr. Josh is married to his beautiful wife Krystle and they have one daughter, Savannah. When he has free time he enjoys spending time with family, summer BBQ, spending time in the water, CrossFit, weight lifting, and being a wrestling referee for the Illinois High School Association.
Dr. Josh is now accepting appointments in Joliet by calling (815) 439-2726 or requesting an appointment online here.
We are proud to announce Dr. Christine Oakley, Chiropractor, has joined our New Lenox office. Dr. Oakley grew up in the south suburbs of Chicago.
Problems From Excessive Smartphone Use…spread the word! I guess just don’t use your cell phone to do so.
From the Work journal: “Smartphone [overuse] is associated with musculoskeletal problems, pain, and cognitive flexibility in university students.”