Vitality Chiropractic Center
TAKE A STEP TOWARDS BETTER HEALTH TODAY! Serving Aurora, Naperville, Plainfield, Oswego, and many other western suburbs!
Dr. Paul Nottoli is an Integrative Diagnosis Provider, which is a comprehensive functional and orthopedic assessment to ensure a proper diagnosis and to make sure you get the correct treatment. He is certified on all levels and continues his training every day with online content and in person multiple times per year. This makes Dr. Nottoli an expert in sports and soft-tissue injuries. We appreciate the fact that you are busy and that your time is very valuable. To this end, Dr. Paul is proud to provide clinical excellence in a caring environment. His mission is to restore function and eliminate your pain by providing a better assessment, an accurate diagnosis, and precise treatment.
Dr. O’Connor is a board certified animal chiropractor through the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA). She has speciality in treating many different animals such as dogs, performance and show animals, cats, ferrets, birds, geese, deer, raccoons, opossums, and many more. She is committed to helping your pet achieve ultimate health and vitality.
Conditions We Treat
- Tennis or Golfer’s elbow
- Achilles pain
- Shoulder pain
- Rotator cuff pain or impingement
- Hip impingement
- Jumper’s or runner’s knee
- Shin splints
- Plantar fasciitis (heel pain)
- Neuritis and Radiculitis (nerve pain)
- Costochondritis (rib pain)
- Metatarsalgia (foot pain)
- Low back pain
- Neck pain
- Adhesions/scar tissue
- Myalgia (muscle pain)
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- IT band syndrome
These are the most common conditions treated, but if you have a different problem and you aren’t sure if it’s treatable, contact Dr. Nottoli.
Your pet may benefit from chiropractic care if he or she exhibits one or more of the following:
- Changes in behavior (such as starting to snap, refusal to play with family members)
- Sudden back leg paralysis
- Dragging of the back legs
- Muscle imbalances, spasms or atrophy
- Limping, lameness, abnormal gait, abnormal posture
- Holding tail to one side
- Abnormal shaking of the head
- Ear Infections, allergies and repetitive infections
- Injuries from falls, training, etc.
- Neurological conditions
- Weak immune system
- Agility Performance
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Vet Approval Forms
*We work with about 70 veterinary clinics in the Chicagoland area and beyond.
We have pre-approval for patients seeking care from some of these vets. Others request they approve of patients prior to their first visit.
If your pet is not a patient at one of these clinics, they will need this referral form filled out by their vet. Your pet will NOT be seen unless we have this. You may call or email us with your vet’s information to see if you need this.