Advanced Physical Medicine of Yorkville Provides Treatments for Seasonal Allergies

Yorkville, Illinois, UNITED STATES

YORKVILLE, Ill., July 20, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Advanced Physical Medicine of Yorkville announced that is prepared to offer season allergy treatment to allergy sufferers in the area. As a physician owned and operated facility, Advanced Physical Medicine combines holistic treatments with traditional medical techniques. The practice offers treatments for such ailments as spinal stenosis, back pain, weight loss, headaches, and allergy symptoms.

The wellness team at Advanced Physical Medicine of Yorkville is comprised of chiropractic physicians, medical doctors, massage therapists, physical therapists, and athletic trainers. According to Dr. Farah Malik, Medical Director of the practice, "The mission of the medical staff is to not simply treat the symptoms, but to diagnose the underlying cause of any pain or symptoms. This allows us to enhance every aspect of a patient's health and well-being." She emphasizes that treatments offered are physician directed, condition specific, and applied by a team of well trained, knowledgeable practitioners.

One area of specialty at Advanced Physical Medicine of Yorkville is the practice's allergy treatments. According to Dr. Malik, "We have a treatment program for seasonal allergies that sees a lot of success. In addition to traditional injections, I often find that patients' allergies respond to self-administered allergy therapy for allergy desensitization treatment." The doctor explains that symptoms of seasonal allergies can include sneezing, congestion, and a runny nose. She added, "When environmental changes such as limiting time outdoors during times of high pollen count are not enough, a visit to Advanced Physical Medicine of Yorkville for treatment stands to offer considerable relief."

In addition to seeking seasonal allergy treatment at Advanced Physical Medicine of Yorkville, Dr. Malik recommends that patients close doors and windows when the pollen count is high. She says when it is windy and dry outside, patients should be prepared to experience especially noticeable symptoms of seasonal allergies. According to the physician, "If high pollen counts are being anticipated in the area, it is best to start treatments before symptoms begin."

Dr. Malik notes that Advanced Physical Medicine of Yorkville strives to provide whole body care for their patients. In addition to being a Yorkville chiropractor, Dr. Brian Berkey, DC is also the clinical director at the center. The doctors say they work diligently together to structure health plans for patients in order to provide personalized treatment plans.

In addition to treating seasonal allergies, Advanced Physical Medicine Yorkville offers services that include non-surgical spinal decompression, chiropractic adjustments, personal training, and nutrition counseling.