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The Orland Park Team

Maria Williams

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I have worked for Dr. Miller as a chiropractic assistant since 2016. This experience has allowed me to help many people become pain free and improve their health. I really enjoy developing relationships with our patients and sharing in their positive experience. I previously worked as an optician at an optometrist office while attending Argosy University pursuing a degree in forensic psychology and biochemistry. My experiences in the health field have led me to pursue a career as a medical examiner. When I’m not working, I spend time with my daughter Selena. I also enjoy doing special effects makeup and baking cakes.

Joanna Uvias
Medical Receptionist

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I have been working in the field of chiropractic for over 3 years. I began my career as a Chiropractic Assistant and shortly began working as a receptionist/patient advocate. I’ve been working with Dr. Miller and his team since April 2017. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting so many great patients and continue to meet more great people every day. It is an awesome experience to be able to help patients get well and really have a big impact on the future of their health.
Being able to work closely with patients in the chiropractic/medical office has inspired me to pursue an education in Radiologic Technology.
My experience at Orland Park Integrated Health Clinic has continued to affirm and prove the importance and commitment of helping patients live a healthier lifestyle.

Wendy Ceko
Physical Therapist

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Wendy Ceko has been a licensed physical therapist for 10 years. Wendy graduated from Governors State University with a Bachelor in Psychology in 2004 and a Master of Physical Therapy in December of 2007. She has spent her profession serving the community in the outpatient orthopedic setting treating surgical and non-surgical injuries, sports and work related injuries, and chronic pain. She has completed post graduate courses in McKenzie Diagnosis and Treatment for the Lumbar, Cervical and Thoracic Spine, vestibular and post-concussion rehabilitation, and Manual Therapy for musculoskeletal pathology.
A physical therapist prescribes movement as medicine to treat musculoskeletal dysfunction and pathology. Wendy’s approach on recovery focuses on optimizing posture and control with all movement, increase muscular strength and flexibility, improve core stability, and breathing control to reduce the risk of injury and improve overall health and wellness.
Wendy enjoys spending time with her three sons, her husband, and dog. In her free time she loves doing Pilates and traveling with her family.

Melissa Goitia
Licensed Message Therapist

Melissa has been a Licensed Massage Therapist for 6 years. She has experience providing massages in both the spa and clinical settings. Working previously as a Medical Assistant/ Phlebotomist, she feels working with Dr. Miller is the perfect environment for her to balance helping patients to relax, and also helping them reach their best level of wellness. She achieves this by working on individual treatment plans to reduce their discomfort and tension using modalities such as Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Trigger Point Work, Myofascial Release, & Sports Massage. Melissa lives in nearby Tinley Park with her husband of 14 years, and their 2 children. She enjoys spending time with her family, and supporting her kids as they dance competitively, and play travel soccer.

Morgan Miller
Chiropractic Assistant

I have been working with my father, Dr. Eric Miller, since 2013 while attending college full time. Dr, Miller has inspired me to help heal his patients and everyday at work is a rewarding experience. Working as a Chiropractic Assistant has allowed me to help attend to our patients needs by providing them with physical therapy modalities such as Intersegmental traction, electrical muscle stimulation, thermotherapies and ultrasound. Controlling proper patient flow is a large part of my position. Our goal is to keep our patients appointment times to a maximum of 45 minutes in and out. Giving patients a great experience in our office and helping them to meet their healthcare goals gives me a great sense of pride and accomplishment.

Lori Carroll
Front Desk

Lori has worked in the medical field for 26 years after graduating from the Bryman School for Medical Assisting. Since that time she has worked for a G.P. for eight years and an allergist for six years. She first met Dr. Miller in 1995 as a patient. Lori joined the staff and became Dr. Miller’s C.A. (Chiropractic Assistant) in 1998. Presently, Lori handles front desk reception, scheduling and other administrative duties in the Orland Park Clinic.

Lori has been married for 31 years. Lori and her husband have two daughters, who are active in music and teaching.

Lauren Skarupa
Front Desk

Lauren joined the Chiro-Med team in 2011 employed as a chiropractic assistant. She is now responsible for a multitude of tasks in our office including front desk duties, billing and collections. She is extremely knowledgeable regarding insurance verification of benefits, submitting paperwork to help establish medical necessity for treatment and helping patients to handle any possible denials from the insurance companies. Lauren is extremely service oriented and is excited to help patients improve their health through effective patient scheduling and keeping patient care as affordable as possible. When Lauren is not at the office, she loves spending time with her husband and daughter.

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  • "“I feel ten years younger than when I came in. At 68 years old my knees and hips are virtually pain free because of the great combined effort, I avoided hip and knee surgery. Outstanding staff!”"
    F.R. Orland Park, IL

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