Five Phase Wellness Center Marks Anniversary with New Offering




Evanston’s Five Phase Wellness Center celebrates its first year of providing complete wellness care to the community by establishing an affordable Pain Clinic two days a week, which caters to people without acupuncture insurance coverage. Acupuncture and Oriental medicine are the foundation of this integrative practice, along with therapies including clinical massage, organic facials and body treatments, hypnotherapy and nutritional counseling.

The center is known for client-centered holistic healthcare to treat chronic disease, pain and stress relief, overcoming life obstacles, organic skincare, relaxation and weight loss. Using wellness assessments and longevity care planning sessions, Wellness Director Dr. Ryan Lombardo takes an investigative approach in discovering the sources of each client’s health issues. Five Phase Wellness Center’s experienced team of credentialed providers is able to customize healthcare solutions that are tailored to each client.


Location: 708 Main St., Evanston, IL. For more information, call 847-905-0440 or visit FivePhaseWellness.com.

Edit ModuleShow Tags

More from Natural Awakenings

Raden Wellness Center Expands Services

Raden Wellness Center, in Highwood, a functional medicine-based, integrative treatment center for patients of all ages, is expanding their services.

Aligned Modern Health Expands into North and West Suburbs

Aligned Modern Health, which has 17 clinics in the Chicago area, is focused on helping people live pain free through non-invasive, evidence-based care.

Zen Shiatsu Accepting New Clients With Chronic Pain

Many people suffer from chronic pain conditions, whether from long-term stress, accidents and injuries, or unknown causes.

Learn All About Healthy Hemp Oil

Hemp oil can have endless amounts of benefits, which may include fighting temporary inflammation, relieving everyday stress, calming joint discomfort, aiding in sleep, promoting a healthy heart and much more.

Insidious Gum Disease is Easily Overlooked

Many scientific studies have shown a connection between diseases in the mouth and systemic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, low birth weight and pre-term birth in expecting mothers and osteoporosis.

Add your comment:
Edit ModuleShow Tags

See More »This Month

Toltec Wisdom for the Planet

In the tradition of the Toltec, don Miguel Ruiz, a nagual (shaman), guides individuals to personal freedom.

Panel to Discuss Sustainability in Building Design

Green Home Chicago will host a symposium on the State of Sustainability in the Building Industry, at the Green Home Chicago Design Center.

Women In Green Social Gathering

2 Point Perspective will host the Women In Green Chicago (WIG) April social gathering.

Real Moms Really Do Love to Eat

Denial is not something Chicago author Beth Aldrich advocates in her latest book, Real Moms Love to Eat.

Suburban Students Reach Out to Crow Creek Reservation

Students from the Brother’s Keeper club at Barrington High School are trying to alleviate the suffering at the Crow Creek Native American Reservation, in South Dakota.

New Green Space in Highland Park

Green Living Designs will host a community gathering at the Highland Park Art Center to present Green Garden.