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Raymond M Janusz
Doctor of Chiropractic

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The Janusz family has served the Milwaukee community for over 50 years in Chiropractic care. As a son of a chiropractor, Dr. Raymond Janusz understands the importance of the health and well being of his patients. Continuing his father's practice, Dr. Janusz has released people in pain since 1988. Dr. Janusz expertise in post traumatic rehabilitation for Personal Injuries, Worker's Comp, automobile accidents and sports injuries were proven to be helpful in the development of his new facility Lifetime Chiropractic Center. This facility was designed to integrate hands on techniques including Physical therapy, Weight Management, Pain Management and providing the newest natural vitamins and supplements on the market. Dr. Janusz is committed to maximize your optimal health potential.

Education
National College of Chiropractic, Lombard, Illinois
Doctor of Chiropractic-1988
University Wisconsin of Milwaukee

Licensure
Licensed to practice Chiropractic, State of Wisconsin

Membership & Associations
American Chiropractic Association-1988 to present
Wisconsin Chiropractic Association-1988 to present

To ensure the best experience for all patients, our Chiropractic Technicians are licensed.by the State of Wisconsin and trained in the most current procedures and modalities. These modalities are most often therapies used to strengthen, stretch and exercise muscles. Our main objective is to provide high quality care. Ever have a question about your care? Our C.T.'s will do her best to give you the answer you're looking for.

Corina

Front Desk Representative
Corina is our Front Desk Representative. She responsible for processing paperwork and conducting insurance verifications. Our Front Desk Representative is experienced in Insurance. She takes new patient phone calls, complete insurance verification for our patients, processes and applies payments to accounts and claims she resolves concerns pertaining to a patient's accounts. In addition, she is a valuable asset by relating her personal experiences about Chiropractic care and focusing on the patients needs by educating them. Corina is bi-lingual and can speak Spanish. She has first hand experience to the benefits and the impact Chiropractic care has on one's life.

Yamilette

Chiropractic Technician /Front Desk Representative

She is one of our Chiropractic Technicians trained in the most current procedures and modalities. Yamilette is also bi-lingual and can speak Spanish. Her specialized training focuses on patient care, therapy application and education of the patient. Should you ever have a question about your treatment or treatment plan, Yami is the person to talk to.

Ariel

Administrative Assistant
Ariel is our Administrative Assistant. Her strong ethical background, attention to detail, and experience has been very beneficial to our organization and the chiropractic industry. By continuing her education, Ariel shares her knowledge with the staff. She believes that "we are all students for life". She is one of our Chiropractic Technicians trained in the most current procedures and modalities. Her specialized training focuses on patient care, therapy application and education of the patient. Should you ever have a question about your treatment or treatment plan, Ariel is the person to talk to.


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Office Hours

Monday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

2:00 pm-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-5:30 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-5:30 pm

Friday:

Closed

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

Location

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