Where high quality traditional and alternative methods create breakthrough medical experiences.
- Dr. Sleszynski believes that all disorders can be resolved, and she is committed to making it happen.
- Dr. Sleszynski gives you the choice of true wellness by diagnosing the problem and suggesting possible treatment options.
- Dr. Sleszynski believes that the patient needs to choose and commit to their treatment.
Crossroads Premiere Health Care’s goal is to teach patients how to care for themselves physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually to attain maximum wellness. We facilitate the healing process by removing structural and functional barriers giving nourishment that allows the patients systems to recover and advance in health. We serve our patients in a relaxed nurturing environment conducive for learning and growth. We strive to provide the most complete, high quality care obtainable.
Dr. Sandra Sleszynski opened her solo independent Family Practice in June 1993 in a small office that was part of a Health Club facility in Kenosha, Wisconsin. She soon moved across town to a 2560sf office building she built on four acres of land across from St. Catherines Hospital, her residency training site and next door to a Pepsi distribution site. The area was fondly called Pepsi Field by the locals. The idea was to sell three of the acres to other medical professionals to build on forming a “medical complex”. Before this could occur the hospital relocated, leaving three acres of field for the next 12 years. While at this site, The Healing Arts Center was created. It consisted of Doc Sandy (doing Family Practice and Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment), Massage Therapists, Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Psychotherapists and a Psychiatrist. This later became too much to manage so the clinic was down sized and a Nurse Practitioner was hired.
From 1993-1995 Doc Sandy did full scope Family Practice including Obstetrics, Surgery and colonoscopies. In 1995 she stopped Obstetrics. In 1999, Dr. Sleszynski transitioned from doing Family Practice to specializ in only Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment and Alternative Care until she opened her practice in Corvallis, Oregon, in 2009 where she started doing Family Practice once again until she had been in the area for 2-1/2 years. Because of the demand for Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment and Alternative Care in Corvallis, in April 2011 she changed her practice back to a specialty care practice. She continues to be a solo independent Doctor in private practice.
On the side she allows shadowing of pre-med students from Oregon State University where her husband is a Chemistry Professor and pre-med advisor. As Associate Professor for Western University of Health Sciences she teaches medical students from the College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific osteopathic manipulative medicine and alternative care in her office. Once the new Osteopathic School in Lebanon opens, she will also be involved in teaching them Osteopathic Principles and Practice. Medical students from other schools in other states have and are welcome to train in her office as well. Doc Sandy is also involved in lectures and clinical skill training for the residents of Good Samaritan Regional Health Center in Corvallis. In addition to student teaching, Doc Sandy teaches physicians at local study groups and state and national conferences as requested.