Active Rehab Clinics

Sports Injury Specialist located in Park Ridge, IL & Bucktown, Chicago, IL

About Us


Active Rehab Clinics is an upbeat and high-energy functional fitness facility with locations in Bucktown, Chicago, and Park Ridge, Illinois. Led by Tony Zemlinsky, DC, the team of sports injury specialists offers personalized treatment plans to address painful conditions like lower back pain, shoulder pain, Achilles pain, and collapsed arches. Active Rehab Clinics uses state-of-the-art technology, including Physimax motion capture technology and Optojump gait analysis, to evaluate patients’ movement, structural imbalances, and other signs of injury and degenerative diseases. They assess patients’ bodies holistically, considering dynamic movement, body composition, and heart rate. The team uses that information to create treatment and training programs that help patients recover from painful injuries and enhance their performance. They combine chiropractic care with physical therapy, water therapy, and dynamic exercises in programs tailored to each patient’s needs. New patients are welcome at Active Rehab Clinics. The offices are easily accessible with parking lots, and private treatment rooms are available. Book an appointment by calling the nearest office or using the online scheduling tool today.

Mission Statement


Our Philosophy through collaboration and years of experience Active Rehab Clinics has developed a treatment system that is outcomes driven. We use aquatic, land and hands on therapy modalities. A personalized transition plan is developed and our fitness & performance company, 1Stronger, continues your treatment to get you back to activities stronger and healthier than ever.

Provider

Staff

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Mae: Administrative

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Andrew Rauen: CSCS
(Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist)

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Causes and Treatment for Snapping Hip Syndrome

You can't miss the signs of snapping hip syndrome. True to the name, you have snapping sounds or sensations when moving your hips. You may not feel other symptoms at first, but without treatment, pain and other problems can appear.

Flat Feet May be the Cause of Your Chronic Lower Back Pain

As the “Princess and the Pea” taught us, a seemingly small, distant problem can have a widespread impact, which is undoubtedly true of flat feet and their effect on your lower back. Read on to find out how flat feet may lead to chronic lower back pain.

Testimonials

Words from our patients

  • Google

    "I have been a patient of Dr. Tony's for over a year. His skill and knowledge are first class. He and his staff are caring, kind, and extremely attentive."

    J.S.
  • Google

    "After the first session I was able to walk straight and actually was able to sleep that night After the second session I feel like a new man!"

    Ronen P.
  • Google

    "I have been going to Dr tony for 10 years. He is the best. great bedside manor. He has been able to get me in the same day I call which is great."

    Todd S.
  • Google

    "Dr. Tony and his team did an awesome job on my achilles few years back. Thanks Tony!"

    George M.
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