Weclome to Chiro-Med Crestwood
The Crestwood Chiro-Med office has been a part of the Crestwood/south suburban community since 1992.
Dr. John Revello
Specializing in family practice, physical rehabilitation and sports medicine Dr. John W. Revello graduated with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences University in November of 2004. Since then, he has received post-graduate specialty degrees as a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP), Certified Acupuncturist, Certified Kinesiotape Practitioner, and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS).
Dr. revello purchased the crestwood office in 2012 after he had been in practice around the Chicagoland area since 2004. The crestwood office has been a part of the crestwood/south suburban community since 1992.
His additional post-graduate studies include: orthopedics, nutrition, custom orthotics, rehabilitation, chiropractic biophysics, postural analysis, gait assessment, extremity evaluation, and neurology.
Dr. Revello’s professional skills include: Diversified Technique, Gonstead, Logan, Cranio-sacral, ART, Graston, Kinesiotape, Acupuncture, Sports Rehabilitation, and Applied Kinesiology. He has worked with the AVP professional volleyball tour, and the Nequa Valley High School Track, Cross Country, and Soccer teams. He was also the sideline physician for two semi-professional football teams, the Joliet Stallions and the Chicago Thunder.
Dr. Revello has been practicing in the Chicagoland area for over 7 years. He focuses on family practice, physical rehabilitation, and sports medicine.
Dr. Hursh has been described as an energetic and flexible Surgeon-Educator with solid experience in Orthopedics and Occupational Medicine. She has an excellent reputation for great bedside manner, thorough patient care, and effective communications. She has been practicing medicine, and integrative medicine, since 1970. She earned her doctorate from the University of Illinois, School of Medicine and her Fellowship in Hand surgery from Cook County Hospital in Chicago. She also completed her training in Occupational Medicine from the University of Cincinnati in 1981.
She has received the AMA Physicians’ Recognition Award and was awarded “Outstanding Performance Award of 2011” from Audie Murphy VA Hospital.
My goal is to decrease pain and improve function so people can stay active and healthy for as long as possible.
Jennifer received bachelors’ degrees in biology and nursing from the University of Illinois at Chicago and worked as a nurse at Rush University Medical Center for 14 years on an adult and geriatric physical medicine and rehabilitation floor. The patient populations treated included orthopedic, neurology, medical-surgical, cardiac, oncology, and organ transplant patients, as well as any other patient requiring physical rehabilitation.
During that time she received a master’s degree in nursing in addition to certification as an adult-geriatric primary care nurse practitioner. Jennifer is very interested in preventive medicine and finding the root cause of an illness. She continues to attend seminars on a regular basis to obtain a functional medicine certification. She is excited to be involved in a practice that incorporates a holistic approach to managing pain. Jennifer received training in joint injections including Hyalgan injections for knee and shoulder osteoarthritis to reduce pain, improve function and prevent surgery. She also has extensive training in trigger point injections/dry needling (from the Myopain Center), occipital nerve blocks and sphenopalatine ganglion blocks used to treat complex pain, headaches and trigeminal neuralgia and has been doing these procedures for about 4 years. Jennifer is interested in using lifestyle modification such as nutrition therapy, exercise, stress management, weight loss and smoking cessation to minimize pain and the use of medications.
Pamela Smith, PT has been a licensed physical therapist for 30 years. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois in 1987 (Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa). She also received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Physical Therapy from University of Illinois-College of Allied Health Professionals, Chicago, Illinois in 1987 (with Honors).
Pam uses a ‘whole person’ approach when treating her patients. She treats each person as an individual and takes the time and effort to help her patients achieve their personal rehab goals. She has worked in variety of settings, specifically out-patient orthopedics (geriatrics, status post-surgery, aquatics, general deconditioning, pain) and focuses on Pilates based rehab to promote patient education and wellness.