Chicagoans Called to Help Flatten the Curve

Dear Beloved Patients,

It is with sincere love and concern that I'd like to call attention to the stay-at-home mandate for our dear city. We encourage you to carefully consider and comply with the guidelines to help flatten the curve and keep your loved ones and fellow Chicagoans safe.

To learn more about the stay-at-home order, click here.
As an essential Health Service, we remain open and continue to maintain a very safe and highly sanitized office. Please watch the video below as a kind reminder of how our care creates leverage, connection, and the resources you need to respond appropriately and support you during these stressful times. We are grateful to be able to offer and utilize treatments that will ensure physical, mental and emotional perseverance in response to the evolving atmosphere with COVID-19.
 

Chicagoans Called to Help Flatten Curve

We warmly welcome you to join us in our clean, sanitized office or by virtual appointment.
Appointments Available with Dr. Dan and Dr. Ken:
  • Tuesday -  9am - 6pm
  • Wednesday -  12pm - 4pm
  • Thursday -  9am - 6pm
  • Friday -  9am - 1pm
  • Saturday -  9am - 1pm
  • Virtual appointments available upon request
Thanksgiving Week Schedule:
  • Tuesday -  9am - 6pm
  • Wednesday -  12pm - 4pm
  • Thursday - CLOSED
  • Friday -  9am - 1pm with Dr. Dan | Dr. Ken - out
  • Saturday -  9am - 1pm
Massage Appointments Available with Melanie:
  • Tuesday -  10am - 6pm
  • Wednesday -  10am - 4pm
 
TRE Appointments Available with Alyce:
  • Thursday -  10am, 12pm, 2pm
       Learn more about Trauma Release Exercises here!
We will continue opening up more hours to meet the needs of our patients, and we encourage you to check the website for any immediate changes.
Author
Dr. Daniel Fedeli Daniel J. Fedeli, DC, PC, established The Balancing Center in 1987 to meet the increasing demand for alternative healthcare in Chicago and offer access to a different perspective on health and wellness. He believes in techniques that re-establish balance in order to promote the incredibly powerful resources that lie within the human body. His noninvasive techniques work with the body, optimizing performance and function, in order to alleviate pain and stress. Dr. Fedeli combines the National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association (NUCCA) method with a wide array of forward-thinking techniques designed to release physical holding patterns, and ease the effect of traumas, memories, and emotions on the body’s critical functions. Carefully selected treatments, such as energy synchronization, neuro-emotional clearing, stabilizing exercise, and movement therapies are used in conjunction with spinal adjustments to remove factors adversely affecting the body’s ability to restore and maintain long-term stability.

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