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Dr. Sandra Sleszynski, BSN, DO, FAAO
Sandra L. Sleszynski is an Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon. Originally from Tonawanda, New York, she came to Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. After completing medical school training in 1989, an undergraduate fellowship in manipulative medicine and her Rotating Medical/Research Internship in 1990, Dr. Sleszynski headed for Kenosha, Wisconsin. She completed her Residency Training in Family Practice through the Medical College of Wisconsin Parkside satellite.
“Doc Sandy,” as her patients call her, opened a solo private Family Practice in 1993, which she called Crossroads Premiere Health Care, S.C., in Kenosha. She retired from Family Practice, in 1999, to specialize in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine. She now specializes in Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT) and Alternative Care.
Dr. Sleszynski’s main interest is in treating complex health disorders. She enjoys applying Osteopathic Philosophy to medical problems. She is especially adept at using osteopathic manipulative treatments to diagnosis and treat difficult health issues that are unclear to other providers. Doc Sandy enjoys working with patients who have had trauma, either physical or emotional, happen to them. Her patients with post traumatic stress disorder do very well. She has expertise in treating cranial and pelvic dysfunctions. Fibromyalia, chronic back pain and headaches are among some of the conditions Doc Sandy likes to treat.
In addition to her love of the musculoskeletal system and anatomy, Doc Sandy loves endocrine disorders especially adrenal and thyroid dysfunctions. She has a unique approach to both.
Other special interests include:
- post injury care
- abdominal problems
- teenage and young adult problems
- pregnant women and newborn issues
- behavioral disorders
- dental alignment
- incontinence and pelvic issues
In her lifetime, Dr. Sleszynski has been involved in quite a bit of research. She published two papers during her training and several others since then. She received the Research Award for her graduating class in her Residency and the George W. Northup Award for Medical Writing in 2005. In 2007, she was conferred the degree of Fellow of the American Academy of Osteopathy (like a PhD in manipulative medicine). She has held chairmanships on several national committees.
Doc Sandy lives with her husband, Neal, and pet therapist dog Inu. She has three children and an in-law. Her oldest son, Brian, is an architecture graduate from University of Wisconsin Milwaukee; her middle daughter (Katie) and son-in law (Troy) are both Marines with her first two grandbabies, Athena Sadie and Ares Allen; and her youngest daughter, Cindy, who was a Rotary Exchange Student to Finland, now studies Nursing and Pre-Med at University of Texas Arlington. Doc likes to kayak, swim, run, bike, hike and do Zumba in her free time.