Dr. Daniel Domoleczny L.Ac., DAcm
Dr. Daniel Domoleczny is a 2015 graduate of the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. He currently treats patients in the Chicagoland area. In addition to his medical practice he also works as a personal trainer and nutrition coach in Chicago’s North Shore and as an instructor on several courses related to various forms of healing. His knowledge and experience have helped to shape his person as well as his practice. He is steadfast in his belief that:
“The important thing in life is not the triumph, but the struggle.” -Pierre de Coubertin
Daniel’s clinical insights are influenced not only by his scholastic education but by his experience as a personal trainer for over 10 years. In 2015 Dr. Domoleczny began teaching Yoga and has been continuing his education not only for his personal practice but as an additional framework for much of what he does in a clinical setting as well. In 2012, he received teachings on the practice of Shamanism and continues this practice today. Furthermore, for the last 10 years Dr. Domoleczny has been a Reiki practitioner and instructor.
Scholastic education and clinical experience have provided Dr. Domoleczny with the tools necessary to isolate the causes of concern and the ability to explain the steps down the path of healing. Energetically his experience with Reiki and Shamanism have provided the awareness to offer guidance on aspects of health when appropriate. His work as a personal trainer and a Yoga instructor give him unique insights into a person’s physical structure through movement or lack thereof.
Dr. Domoleczny’s realization during an overseas tour while in the Army began the process for his work. He is an advocate for his patients’ increased sense of self awareness and empowerment to further the quality of their lives. This encompassing yet compassionate approach to his patients and their needs exemplifies Dr. Daniel Domoleczny and his practice.
Bridget Schrank, LAc
Bridget is a Licensed Acupuncturist and Yoga instructor. She began her career in the healing arts as a graduate of Oakland University, with a Bachelors of Science in Psychology. She went on to receive her Masters in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine - Chicago. Throughout her education, she had the privilege of experiencing acupuncture internships in off-campus clinics, treating underserved communities in places such as Project VIDA and Chicago Women’s Health Center.
Yoga has been a passion for Bridget since beginning her first class in 2006. Since then, she has received her 200 hour training certification, as well as 85 hours in prenatal yoga.
It is her goal to inspire a holistic approach to the health and wellness of the mind-body-spirit connection in each of my patients. Bridget strives to provide insight, awareness and treatment strategies addressing the root causes of common health disharmonies on an individual basis.