Nurse PractitonerAlexis received her Bachelors Degree of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Illinois State University in 2003.
Nurse PractitionerMancy Mathew is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and a member of Sigma Theta Tau National Honor Society. She worked as a bedside nurse in the critical care unit at Presence Medical Center. She also worked as a critical care clinical care coordinator at Northwest Community Hospital. […]
Nurse PractitionerTheresa received her undergraduate degree in nursing from Aurora University in 2012. After graduation she worked at both Amita Hinsdale Hospital and Advocate Christ Medical Center. During that time she cared for patients across all ages and stages of life, from the neonatal ICU to adult cardiac procedures in the electrophysiology lab. She completed her […]
Patient Art states he has suffered from neck pain since he was a child, the pain became worse when he was involved in a car accident years later. Art has tried every avenue to relieve the pain; it was not until he was referred to Dr. Glaser who worked hard to find a plan that worked specifically for him. Art is not pain free but does say his pain is manageable and will continue to follow Dr. Glaser’s treatment plan. We thank Art for sharing his story!
Dr. Goodman can be described as our hero and a miracle worker. He was very encouraging with my mother and gave her to x-ray guided injections in her hip. After the first one she was able to bear weight and he prescribed physical therapy for her to get her leg strength back. After several months of physical therapy she is now able to ambulate in her apartment and within the retirement community where she lives. She is able to leave the community easily and attend family functions again - even going up two steps. You can now see the wheelchair is being used as her desk! Dr. Goodman also provided his input in the care plan meeting at the community and was very insistent on pushing my mom as far as she could go by encouraging everyone to limit the use of the wheelchair whenever possible. He gave my mom the confidence she needed to improve.