Joliet Clinic

Integrated Physical Medicine of Joliet

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We are available Monday – Friday, 8am – 6pm. Leave a message after hours and we will return your call asap.

No referral necessary.

Joliet Services

Joliet Chiropractic Care

Joint manipulation is widely recognized as one of the safest drug-free, non-invasive therapies available for the treatment of back painneck pain, joint pain of the arms or legs, headaches, and other neuromusculoskeletal complaints. Chiropractic has an excellent safety record. The risks associated with chiropractic manipulation are very small. FIND OUT MORE HERE

Joliet Physical Therapy

Injured patients are referred for physical therapy to normalize body movement and structure through stretching, strengthening and manual techniques.  The goal of physical therapy is to reduce pain, repair injured tissues, and strengthen the area to avoid future injury.  

If you are in the market for a Joliet physical therapist, you know that there are A LOT of options!  At IPM, our patients receive one-on-one therapy and never feel rushed.  Our doctors work directly with their patients.  Patients get to know and trust the Joliet physical therapy staff very quickly.   We strive to rapidly and safely progress our patients’ care plans each visit so that we can accomplish a lot in short amount of time.  Call today to see for yourself why our patients say that IPM is the best Joliet physical therapy office! 

Don’t settle for just any Joliet physical therapy office, go with the best!  FIND OUT MORE HERE

Joliet Massage Therapy

Massage therapy increases blood circulation, promoting lymphatic drainage, aids in the development of muscle and connective tissue reconstruction, function, and movement, while decreasing scar tissue formation and adhesions. FIND OUT MORE HERE

Joliet Dry Needling

The dry needling technique focuses on myofascial pain by directly targeting trigger points that hold knotted or hard muscle. These developed trigger points may restrict one’s range of motion, alter normal movement patterns, and cause referred pain.

It works to relieve pain and restore impairments of the body’s function by placing very fine filiform needles into the muscle for shorter or longer periods of time. In doing so, a healing response is stimulated to provide relief in muscle tension. These needles are incredibly fine as many may not feel the first insertion!

Joliet Cupping (Myofascial Decompression)

Myofascial decompression or cupping is a therapy that helps treat musculoskeletal disorders by using suction to create negative pressure underneath the cup. Originally fire was used to create the suction, but more recently a simple pump is used. The negative pressure helps to decompress the area by lifting the skin and the layer of tissue underneath the skin, the fascia, up into the cup. This creates space for the underlying tight muscle to lay down and relax. Cupping also helps bring blood flow to the area in need. Blood carries important nutrients which help with tissue healing. Dynamic cupping is the addition of movement to the therapy.  Movement can be in the form of sliding the cups over the necessary tissue or leaving the cups static while moving body parts.

Joliet Vertigo Care

Vertigo can be a very disabling condition, but did you know that vertigo isn’t a disease itself. Vertigo is a symptom of other conditions. The first step is finding out what’s causing your symptoms.   An array of issues can cause the symptom of  vertigo. Some of the most common are conditions known as benign paroxysmal positional vertigo “BPPV”,  Ménière’s disease, and labyrinthitis. Less common causes include migraines, medication, head injuries, and stroke.

Joliet vertigo care specialist and chiropractor Dr. Josh Duplessis has assisted many patients alleviate their vertigo.  Dr. Duplessis emphasizes that proper diagnosis of the root cause of the vertigo is imperative for successful management.  If the vertigo is determined to be non-BPPV related he will often co-manage a patient with a medical provider.

If you are in search of a high quality clinician that provides effective vertigo care in Joliet, IPM Joliet is your number one option!

Integrated Physical Medicine of Joliet

Services, History & Philosophy

Dr. Jonathan Burns

Not Your Average Joliet Chiropractor!

“No two patients are the same, so no two treatment plans ever should be.”   Joliet Chiropractor Dr. Jon Burns provides a well-rounded approach using an integrated model with a wide range of treatment options. Very few facilities that offer physical therapy in Joliet or chiropractic in Joliet take the time to provide one-on-one care, where each plan is customized, individualized and personalized for the relief of their pain.  If you are searching for the premier Joliet family chiropractic facility, our multi-faceted approach makes IPM Joliet the easy choice!

Integrated Physical Medicine (IPM) of Joliet was created in 2013 with the purchase of a well established chiropractic office in Joliet. Dr. Jon Polcyn left the New Lenox office to spearhead the new Joliet IPM office, and stayed the clinic director until 2020.   Dr. Jon Burns was named the clinic director in 2022 after working side-by-side with Dr. Scott Kenny in our New Lenox office.  

After high school, Dr. Jon made his way to St. Ambrose University where he studied Psychology and Biology obtaining his Bachelor’s of Science degree. During his time at St. Ambrose, he worked in the athletic training department as well as the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab. This experience led him to the discovery of his passion for health and wellness, and the importance of creating healthy lifestyle habits.

Dr. Burns attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa where he earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic. He is passionate about chiropractic care and is devoted to treating each patient as he would his own family.

Outside the office, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, outdoor activities, traveling, and attending concerts.

Pain Relief Treatment

The primary goals of any care plan at IPM Joliet are to properly diagnose, treat and educate our patients to make them proficient at self care. In our opinion, every doctor should strive to make visits to the clinic few and far between!  If you are in need of physical therapy in Joliet or chiropractic in Joliet and this philosophy makes sense to you do not hesitate to call!

Some of the most common ailments that the are treated effectively at IPM Joliet are: Neck Pain, Back Pain, Headaches, Knee Pain, Hip Pain, Shoulder Pain, Sciatica and Pinched Nerves.

Joliet Pediatric Chiropractic Care?   Yes We Treat Kids!!

Dr. Jon uses extremely gentle chiropractic techniques for kids of all ages.   Dr. Jon has experience with babies, kids, young adults, teenagers and youth athletes of all ages.  If you are in need of a pediatric chiropractor in Joliet or a pediatric physical therapist in Joliet, look no further!  

FINDING A CHIROPRACTOR IN JOLIET

We fully understand that most people know how to utilize the internet to find the right Joliet chiropractic office.   For the few that do not, we have included the following step-by-step instructions on how to find and analyze Joliet chiropractors to ensure a good experience.

At IPM we take great pride in our reputation in the community and online.  Please CLICK HERE to review the exceptional patient reviews that prove IPM is the best chiropractic clinic in New Lenox, Illinois!

FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW TO NARROW DOWN YOUR JOLIET CHIRO SEARCH

STEP 1: BEGIN A GOOGLE SEARCH

Search for one of these phrases:

  • Chiropractor Joliet
  • Chiropractor 60435
  • Joliet Physical Therapy and Chiropractic
  • Best chiropractor in Joliet
STEP 2: CHECK OVER THEIR WEBSITE

Great chiropractors in Joliet should care about how their website is presented.  If the website is dated, disorganized or neglected that is bad sign.   Also, take a look at what services they offer.  A Joliet chiropractic office that only offers one or two services may not have the tools to adequetly address more complicated injuries.

STEP 3: CHECK THEIR REVIEWS

Read the google reviews.  (Yelp is not a bad spot to check too!)  Look for patient reviews that describe injuries similiar to your own.   Look for comments that talk about the various techniques that were used to address the person’s injury.   Most importantly look at the bad reviews and see if you can find a pattern in what people are complaining about.   In our opinion, anything less than 4.9 stars should be approached with caution!

STEP 4: GIVE THE OFFICE A RING

Now that you have done your homework, call the one that stands out as the clear number one.  Do not hesitate to call the office and ask for an opportunity to talk to the doctor on the phone.  It is a really good sign if the physician is willing to take the time to talk or call you back to address you questions!

 

We Are Here To Help

Dr. Jon Polcyn

Dr. Jon Polcyn

Joliet Chiropractor

Dr. Jonathan Burns

Dr. Jonathan Burns

Joliet Chiropractor

Jennifer Fialko

Jennifer Fialko

Director of Office & Billing Operations

Jessica Kwilosz

Jessica Kwilosz

Director of Front Desk Operations

Joliet Appointment Hours

Call us at (815) 439-2726 if a time you need is not listed here.

Monday
8:30 am – 11:30 am
2:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Tuesday
2:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Wednesday
8:30 am – 11:30 am
2:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Thursday
2:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Friday
8:30 am – 3:00 pm

Saturday
Call to schedule

Sunday
Closed

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