Dr. Jason Van Ness
Dr. Van Ness attended Iowa State University then received his doctorate of chiropractic in 1997 from Palmer College of Chiropractic. Dr. Van Ness has a passion for learning new techniques and has pursued thousands of hours of continuing education to stay current with research and new technology.
Dr. Van Ness specializes in the Gonstead Method of Chiropractic and is Full Body Certified in Active Release Techniques (ART), both considered the “gold standard” for their record of safety and effectiveness. Dr. Van Ness is well versed in the more than 500 specific soft tissue treatment protocols that are unique to ART and custom designs a unique approach to each individual patient, while providing top-of-the-line treatment as a Barrington Chiropractor. Dr. Van Ness completed the post-graduate Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP) program through Palmer College of Chiropractic. Dr. Van Ness is also certified in chiropractic pediatrics (CCP), Fascial Movement Taping (FMT), Functional Movement (FMS, SFMA), Mally Extremity Protocols and is a member of the Ironman Provider Network.
Dr. Van Ness is married to Leanna, a critical care nurse at Good Shepherd Hospital, and has four children, all having been adjusted since birth. Dr. Van Ness is active in the Barrington Chamber of Commerce, local charities, is a member of the Illinois Chiropractic Society and the ACBSP Concussion Registry. He is the team chiropractor for the Chicago Cougars Hockey team and he works with various youth sports programs in the Barrington area. Dr. Van Ness donates his time to area charities including the Barrington Relay for Life and Shriners Hospital. Dr. Van Ness was also selected to be a member of the St. Alexius Medical Center staff.
If you have never received chiropractic care or if you are seeking a second opinion, Dr. Van Ness encourages you to give his practice the opportunity to help you. He is 100% committed to providing you with the best healthcare experience available, even if that means coming in early, staying late or coming in on a weekend.
Dr. Jeff Parkin
In addition to being a Doctor of Chiropractic with experience in treating pediatrics through geriatrics, Dr. Parkin is a certified clinical nutritionist (CCN), a certified D.A.N. Practitioner – Defeat Autism Now!, an American College of Sports Medicine certified personal trainer (ACSM-CPT), a certified provider in Active Release Technique (ART), functional movement certified (FMS) and a certified Kinesiotape provider (CKTP).
“Growing up I was always sick with ear infections, strep throat, mononucleosis, allergies, and digestive problems. I remember as a child being told I was sick and contagious and I could not go to school several times a year. I was on at least 6 antibiotics a year from childhood to my late twenties. It got to the point where I felt sick not being on antibiotics as my body had no immune system, it had been destroyed by medications.
About a year later, my parents suggested Luke see their chiropractor. After his first adjustment, I noticed an immediate decrease in his hyperactivity and hypersensitivities. Soon after that I started receiving chiropractic care along with my 3 daughters. I tried many different kinds of “alternative” therapies, but chiropractic worked the best for Luke and me.
We were under chiropractic care for about two years when I decided it was time for me to become the doctor who treats my family. I wanted to focus on treating them with only natural therapies. Focus and learning were no longer a problem for me. All of my allergy, digestive problems and infections were gone.
I moved my family to Houston, Texas and started at Texas Chiropractic College in the fall of 2005. After my graduation in April of 2009, I decided to move back to Illinois to be close to my family and friends.
My personal mission is to educate parents and children on how to stay healthy and live a full, active life with chiropractic wellness care.” – Dr. Jeff Parkin
To make an appointment or to speak with Dr. Van Ness or Dr. Parkin please call Van Ness Chiropractic at (847) 842-8070, or they can be reached via email at email@example.com.
Dr. Rani Sabri
Dr. Sabri is a University of Illinois at Chicago graduate and received her Doctorate of Chiropractic from National University of Health Sciences in 2016. Dr. Sabri is a Board-Certified Chiropractor and is Board Certified in Physiotherapy by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
Dr. Sabri has certifications in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Chiropractic Biomedical Acupuncture, Postnatal Diet & Exercise and Performance Movement Technique. She is also a Fascial Movement Taping Level 1 & 2 Certified Rocktape Provider.
Dr. Sabri focuses on a variety of rehabilitation protocols and continues to take coursework to expand her knowledge in this area to further assist her patients. Dr. Sabri has training in McKenzie Methods Parts A-D, clinical nutrition, pregnancy and postpartum therapy, and specializes in Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS). DNS is a rehabilitative technique that helps to advance and assist proper body movement using the basis of developmental kinesiology. This method of rehabilitation has attained popularity, especially in the sports rehabilitation world, for the recovery of musculoskeletal overuse injuries and for injury prevention.
Dorothy graduated from the Elgin Community College Massage Therapy Program in 2013.
Dorothy is experienced in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Myofascial Release, Prenatal, Aromatherapy, Sport Massage, Medical Massage, Cupping Therapy, Lymphatic Drainage, Hot Stone, Himalayan Salt Stone and Infant Massage.
Dorothy believes in personalizing each of her massages to create a unique experience. Dorothy is passionate about helping others and believes that there is great physical and emotional healing that occurs with massage therapy. Dorothy is fluent in Polish.
Corie graduated from the Cortiva Institute of Massage Therapy in 2016. Corie specializes in deep tissue, myofascial release, cupping and sports massage. She also has advanced training in lymphatic drainage and sciatica. Corie is currently finishing her undergraduate degree in human biology and plans to continue her education to achieve a doctorate of physical therapy.