Dr. Zachary Ryan
Finding the Natural Path to Health
Dr. Zach always knew he wanted to enter the health field. It wasn’t until his parents both had multiple herniation surgeries in the low back, however, that he discovered chiropractic care. He saw them go through the rehabilitation process, putting their lives on hold while they recovered.
“I looked into ways of treating their condition, and chiropractic stood out. I went for it, and loved it as soon as I started chiropractic college.”
Discovering Chiropractic’s Many Benefits
Dr. Zach first attended the University of Northern Colorado, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. He then went on to Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, California. While in chiropractic school, he received his first adjustment. ‘’I was a little scared, but I felt great afterward.”
Being active and working out regularly, Dr. Zach found that chiropractic care helped him stay injury-free. He treated at the IRONMAN® World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.
An excellent student, Dr. Zach graduated summa cum laude and was salutatorian of his class. Since receiving his Doctor of Chiropractic, Dr. Zach is Full Body Certified in Active Release Techniques® and has received a certification in the Graston Technique.
Enjoying a Family-oriented Life
Dr. Zach and Dr. Ashley met while attending chiropractic college. Dr. Zach and Dr. Ashley have three kids together: Brantley, Leyton, and Blakely. When they’re not in the practice, their family enjoys camping, being outside, playing in the yard or at area parks. Dr. Zach and Dr. Ashley feel it’s important to live the healthiest life possible and try to be great role models for their kids and their patients.
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Dr. Steve Hatcher
Following his Dream
Dr. Steve attended Northern Illinois University, earning his Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2009. After a few short years in the work force, Steve knew it was time to return to school in order to fulfill his dream of helping people in the healthcare field.
“I had always been fascinated by the human body, and I wanted to combine that interest with my desire to help people live their best lives.”
Steve decided to take that next step and attend Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa in 2012. Throughout school, Steve was heavily focused on incorporating multiple areas of rehabilitation in order to develop a unique and effective set of skills to help his patients with the best available evidence-based methods.
Wide Ranging Studies
He was an active member of the Motion Palpation Institute club as well as an intern in the Rehabilitation department on campus. Steve furthered his studies with additional coursework outside of the classroom, including the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, the Integrative Rehabilitation Specialist Series, Flexion-Distraction, and Graston instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization.
Steve joined A to Z at the end of 2018, and looks forward to helping you reach your health goals! Outside of the clinic, Dr. Steve enjoys spending time with his wife Jenny, son Theo, daughter Rosie and dog Dexter. He is a die-hard Cubs fan and can be found on the golf course throughout the spring and summer months.
Dr. Evan Corsolini
Dr. Evan figured out early on that he wanted to help others. Through his own weight loss and fitness journey, along with a few bouts of Physical Therapy for various issues, he knew he wanted to help people feel and move better, so they can live their lives on their own terms without limitations..
Dr. Evan attended Bradley University where he earned a Bachelors of Science in Health Science, and subsequently went on to attend Governors State University where he received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
After graduating, Dr. Evan worked in an outpatient clinic for almost 4 years where he treated a wide range of orthopedic and neurological conditions. He has pursued continuing education in chronic pain management, low back pain, and treating fitness athletes. He also specializes in treating vestibular conditions, dizziness and balance issues.
Dr. Evan believes that graded and progressive movement and resistance training are essential to reducing pain and building resilience so that your body can perform the functional activities you need it to.
“Motion is Lotion.”
Outside of work, Dr. Evan is an avid weightlifter, is a lifelong Bears, Bulls, Blackhawks and Cubs fan and also enjoys woodworking and spending time with his wife Heather and 2 dogs, Chubbs and Indie.