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Dr. Robinson J. Alexis, Chiropractor
Dr. Alexis was born in Haiti, and came to the United States when he was 7 years old. He grew up in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and in 2002, moved to Illinois to further his education. Dr. Alexis received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) in 2008.
On January 10, 2010 a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti, killing more than 230,000 people, and wounding many more. Saddened by this tragic event, Dr. Alexis returned to Haiti to aid in the relief effort. During his time in Haiti, Dr. Alexis served as a bridge, translating between English and Creole for his native people and the many American volunteers.
While in Haiti, Dr. Alexis met an individual who changed his life. This life impacting individual was a chiropractor; “I watched him help so many people and the only tools he had were his hands” recalls Dr. Alexis. Upon returning to States side, Dr. Alexis attended the Palmer College of Chiropractic, where in 2014 he received his Doctorate of Chiropractic. Now Dr. Alexis is using these skills to change lives, with his hands.
As a chiropractor, my goal is to identify how the body is being impacted by daily life events and correct the imbalances that lead to the early degeneration and increased risk for injury and illness. I look for abnormalities even in the areas where there is no pain, then address those abnormalities to increase my patient’s quality of life.
Jim Flaherty, Owner of Dupage Health and Wellness
What started out as a business venture for Jim Flaherty has turned into a passion for helping people.
Jim's focus turned to alternative health after watching his grandson, born with down syndrome, struggle for over 5 years with a variety of immune issues. Jim began researching alternatives that might benefit his grandson and bridge the gap between alternative and traditional medicine. What he found and implemented is the cornerstone of what DuPage Health & Wellness is known for today and the reason that over 3,000 referred patients struggling with food and environmental allergies and sensitivities, feel better than they have in years.
Jim’s journey in the clinic management area was preceded by over 30 years in marketing and public relations; hotel management; and incentive and meeting management for Whirlpool, Sears, McDonald’s and Lipton to name a few. His exit from the Corporate world is consistent with his focus on family and helping others lead a healthy, more productive lives.
Phil Hinton, LMT
Phil specializes in combining techniques from a variety of therapeutic modalities during a massage to bring optimal results. He brings experience, skilled hands and exceptional technique. By working closely with the chiropractor’s at DuPage Health and Wellness Center, Phil develops a treatment protocol for each massage that is a unique and productive experience based on each patient’s needs.
His lifelong study of Asian Martial Arts lead him to an interest in healing arts. As a graduate from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in Chicago, his focus is on the therapeutic modalities of Chinese Tui Na, Thai Massage, and Japanese Shiatsu, as well as the Western Arts of Swedish, Swedish Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, and Reflexology. Phil is also a Tai Chi and Bagua practitioner and instructor.
Kristin Muñoz, LMT
I have always found myself drawn to exercise, nutrition, overall health and learning how these components affect the body. I have the desire to learn as much as I can about therapeutic methods that help to manage stress, pain and promote general well-being. I am a licensed massage therapist and a certified health coach. Here at DuPage Health & Wellness, I get to utilize my skills and knowledge while enjoying the rewards of helping people feel better and making positive changes in their lifestyles.
"There is no greater feeling than knowing I have truly helped someone and made a difference in their life."