Specializing in Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine
Pain, digestive issues, anxiety, depression and many other illnesses are treatable with the use of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, which are sometimes referred to as “Eastern Medicine.” Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine have brought millions of people relief from many conditions for more than 2,000 years.
Many people find that other kinds of treatment don’t work or wear off after a while. Because acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine approach health from a different perspective, they can often help when nothing else seems to work.
Thom Heil, the founder and owner of Heil Health and Wellness, has practiced acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine since 2012 at two locations on the north side of Chicago. He focuses his attention on one client at a time to provide the tailored treatment each person needs.
What our patients say about us.
“Working with Thom is always amazing. He never fails at making total sense of whatever craziness is going on in my life and how it is affecting my body. I always leave feeling refreshed and ready to take on my next big challenge.” — Laurie
“Thom Heil is a bona fide miracle worker! I have suffered from environmental allergies for over 25 years, but I haven’t had a debilitating sinus headache or a single sinus infection since I have been in his care.” — Kelly
“After my third visit, the painful spasms almost completely subsided. I look forward to each visit not only to see how much more progress we will make, but also because it is so relaxing. The tranquil environment is a welcome break to my work day.” — Chris
“The combination of acupuncture and Chinese medicine get to the root cause of the problem. The muscle pain in my shoulder and lingering cough both resolved with only a few treatments. Cannot recommend highly enough!” — Brittany
“Through a series of treatments, I found that not only was my body responding well to Thom’s sessions but that my mind and spirit were better. To this day, my back pain and digestive problems are far less serious or frequent.” — Chad