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About us

Dr. Andrew Ivanchenko M.D., medical director of the Comprehensive Rehabilitation Clinic, performs comprehensive medical assessments and creates treatment plans that include manual decompression, rehabilitating exercises, physical therapy modalities, injections, and medication.

 

Dr. Ivanchenko has over 30 years of experience in comprehensive pain management:

 

  • Graduated from Saratov Medical University (1985) as a military medical doctor

  • Completed family practice residency (2005) at St. Joseph Hospital in Chicago, IL

  • Board-certified family practice physician (September 2010)

 

Dr. Ivanchenko speaks English, Russian, and Bulgarian

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Our Doctors and Staff

Sanjoy Roy, P.T.

Sanjoy Roy MPT, СSCS, Cert.MDT Pphysical Therapist. Graduated from D’Youville College, Buffalo, New York in 2005 with a Master’s of Physical Therapy Graduate degree. He worked for many years in orthopedic outpatient setting planning, organizing and conducting treatment programs. Additionally, over the years he continued his education taking courses at McKenzie Institute, to advance his knowledge of lumber, cervical, and thoracic spine treatment.

Rissek Amchel, I.M.T.

Rissek Amchei graduated from Grodno State University, Belarus in 1993 with certification in physical injury therapy. He has over 17 years of professional experience in massage therapy and physical training. In 2002 Rissek Amchei graduated from Solex Academy and is now Illinois licensed massage therapist. Rissek is trilingual; he speaks Russian, Polish, and English. He specializes in deep tissue, sports, Swedish massage techniques.

Victor Chykyda, L.M.T.

Viktor Chykyda L.M.T. completed his undergraduate at Ternopol State Medical Institute, Ukraine. He subsequently completed his internship as a general surgeon in 1995 and worked in that capacity in Ternopol City Central hospital through 1998. 

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