Meet Our Doctors
Dr. Cathy Subber has been a fan of chiropractic care since her springboard diving accident in 1990. Chiropractic care helped her overcome her injury and started her down the path of helping others. A native of Clinton, New Jersey, Dr. Cathy attended the Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. In 1999, not long after graduation, she moved to Naperville, Illinois. There she opened Advanced Health of Naperville — providing care for all ages, including chiropractic adjustments, cranial adjustments, physical therapy and massage therapy.
Dr. Cathy provides both pediatric and adult chiropractic care and is one of the only doctors in the area trained for upper palate and cranial adjustments. These adjustments are beneficial from issues ranging from nursing/feeding challenges, colic, torticollis, ear/sinus issues and reflux in babies to TMJ, dizziness, headaches, sinus congestion and ear issues in adults.
Dr. Cathy is also the founder of The Branch, a community where moms connect to empower and engage with each other. Learn more at thebranchmoms.com.
Dr. Patrick McAndrews grew up listening to the stories of his father and grandfather, both chiropractors, about how they changed the lives of their patients. Dr. Pat always knew he wanted to be a chiropractor and never considered another career.
A graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, Dr. Pat loves being able to live out the same kind of stories he heard growing up – the ability to help patients find relief and be their best physical selves. He still finds it amazing that something that seems so simple to him can provide such dramatic impact to patients. And his patients are the best part of his job.
Dr. Pat and his wife have eight children, three boys and five girls. With the boys out on their own and all the girls in college, Dr. Pat finds himself with a little more free time, so he and his wife, Vicki, are learning West Coast Swing dancing.
After a traumatic jet ski accident at the age of 15, Dr. Christine Wilkerson had tried just about everything to ease the pain. Then she tried chiropractic. Just one adjustment gave her more relief than she had ever known – and inspired her to become a chiropractor.
Dr. Christine has been in practice since 2012 and specializes in pregnancy, pediatrics and adult care, employing the most appropriate and effective treatment from her wide-ranging skill set. Webster Technique certified, Dr. Christine helps expectant mothers have a more comfortable, safer, and easier birthing experience. She cares deeply about educating patients on how to regain their health naturally, teaching them about rehabilitative exercises and nutrition and lifestyle modifications that can empower them to take control of their health.
AHN is special, she says, because the practice brings so many different tools together to personalize each patient’s treatment. Few offices offer such a diverse range of therapies and treatments under one roof.
A graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, Dr. Christine is married with three young daughters and enjoys traveling and making memories with her family.
Meet Our Staff
On staff since 2011, Allison Dzierzanowski started out helping patients with physical therapy and rehab. After a couple of years, Allison became practice manager, working with patients and staff to keep things moving and ensure patient needs are being met. As an energetic mom of twins, she knows what it takes to organize and manage. Allison’s friendly voice is the one patients hear when calling to schedule appointments, and her fun-loving personality is apparent to everyone who visits AHN.
For Allison, coming to the practice each day isn’t really “work.” She believes the family atmosphere and caring nature of the doctors and staff make AHN the best place for health and wellness.
A native of Naperville, Aimee English has been on staff since 2011, the year she graduated from massage therapy school. Aimee enjoys seeing her patients and prides herself on the fact they are excited to see her. Helping patients reduce stress, reduce pain and recover from injuries motivates Aimee every day. She believes the relaxing environment and sincere desire of the staff to help their patients set AHN apart.
When Aimee is not helping patients, she loves spending time with her fiancé and teenage children. Family time is important, and they enjoy lake life when they can escape to their Michigan lake house.
Helping people feel better and be their best is what drives Trayce Reyes each day. She knows firsthand how beneficial massage and chiropractic care can be. After an injury, she used these practices to aid in her recovery. Based on her personal experience, knowing she can use a holistic approach to help a patient go from pain to a smile makes her work worthwhile.
An engaging and energetic team member, Trayce continues to be impressed with the entire staff’s respect for each other and their shared goal of quality patient care. She is excited to be a part of a team that gives 100% of its talent and knowledge to each and every patient.
A passion for how the human body functions and heals led Missy Garza to pursue a career in massage therapy. Sharing the healing properties of touch therapy and educating patients about how they can take better care of their bodies are her favorite parts of her job.
Missy believes the fun and caring atmosphere of AHN keeps her patients coming back. She has been on staff since 2017 and has come to see AHN as a family ‒ and the patients are a large part of it.
Caring for people of all ages – and helping them feel better – is Jen Renter’s mission in life. And for her, there’s nothing better than seeing the smiles on her patients’ faces when they’ve gotten relief after one of her massage sessions.
Jen says she loves the fun and relaxed family atmosphere at AHN. It’s this, along with a sincere devotion to patient care and healing, that makes AHN such a special place.
Jen is also certified in manual lymphatic drainage massage, which can help provide much-needed relief and healing to anyone suffering from the effects of various lymphatic disorders, as well as post-surgery swelling. In her spare time, this caring professional enjoys working out, doing crafts and spending time at the beach.
What drives a high-energy guy, fitness fanatic and exercise guru to become a chiropractor? As someone who spent years as a personal trainer, George Tune has seen first-hand just how chiropractic can affect all the systems in the body to boost its own innate healing. In fact, this is what led George to go to chiropractic school.
A previous group fitness instructor at AHN, George says AHN’s friendly, welcoming and patient-centered approach has earned it the reputation as “The Happy Place to Heal.” And according to George, there’s no better feeling than when you adjust someone and see the joy on their face because the pain is gone.
A lifelong resident of Naperville, George is slated to earn his Doctor of Chiropractic degree in August 2021. Married and with a young daughter, he is an avid weightlifter and loves Marvel comic books and movies – some of which he has watched a half-dozen times.