Dr. Fabrizio DamianiMD (Italy) MSOM LAc is a Certified Acupuncturist and Massage Therapist with over 20 years of experience as a medical doctor in Italy. He graduated from Midwest College of Oriental Medicine and East West Healing Arts Institute. His expertise in the medical field, pain management, Acupuncture and Chinese Massage, make him a totally integrated practitioner. He has worked with the renowned acupuncturist, Dr. Xiping Zhou in Madison and Wauwatosa. Fabrizio has practiced at the Siloam Center for Traditional Medicine in Janesville as well as the New Leaf Wellness Center in Cambridge, Wisconsin. He has provided Acupuncture and Sports Massage for the UW Badgers Track & Field and Hockey teams. He is currently practicing Anesthesiology and Emergency Medicine in Rome, Italy and unavailable for appointments in the US.
Dr. Noelle MargelowskyDC is originally from Horicon, WI. Growing up with a woods in her family's backyard along with a 30 mile marsh within her hometown made her fond of nature and the outdoors. She enjoys swimming, hiking and ATVing. She attributes the "nature walks" she took as a child with her father to her interest in science.
She was a lifeguard at her local aquatic center in Horicon and she also worked at the YMCA of Dodge County when the outdoor pool in her hometown was closed. She learned in that time that working with children and helping others was something that she wanted to do for the rest of her life.
Around that same time Dr. Noelle's mother was very sick and after numerous doctor visits and prescription recommendations she was frustrated. Her mother wanted to know the reason why she was having the symptoms that she was experiencing. A family friend recommended that her mother should see their chiropractor, because he was helping to diagnose food allergies. After finally being diagnosed with allergies to milk and wheat, her mother modified her diet and continued under chiropractic care. In the next few months Dr. Noelle, her father and her brother started chiropractic care.
At the age of 16, Dr. Noelle job shadowed her family chiropractor as part of a business class at Horicon High School. That day she was able to observe the healing benefits the patients that were of all stages of life experienced. After reflecting from that day, Dr. Noelle decided that she wanted to become a chiropractor.
Since completing her degrees of Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2013, and her Doctor of Chiropractic in 2016, Dr. Noelle has continually sought out the most up to date means of treatment to benefit her patient's. She is trained in Webster's Technique through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and she is Board Certified in the use of Physical Therapy modalities, such as myofascial release and therapeutic exercise/activities.
B.S. (Bachelor Of Science)-Biology major- Marian University. Fond du Lac, WI D.C. (Doctor of Chiropractic)- Palmer College of Chiropractic. Davenport, IA
Hosannah Snyder MSOM is currently an internist at The Siloam Center for Traditional and Integrative Medicine and is preparing for her national board examinations for Acupuncture and Oriental medicine. She studied at the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine in Racine, Wisconsin where she received her BS in Nutrition and a Masters degree of Science in Oriental Medicine. Hosannah originally started her schooling with the intention of practicing physical therapy however, Hosannah fell in love with the versatility and efficacy of acupuncture and Oriental medicine and changed her studies focus to a Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine
Hosannah currently works as an intern at the Siloam Center for Traditional and Integrative Medicine assisting Mo and Dr. Noelle whenever necessary and is already an accomplished practitioner of Acupuncture, and Oriental medicine with a focus on Tui Na massage.
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Mo Wolf LAc is a licensed acupuncturist and and a graduate of the Oriental Medicine program at the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine. Mo has studied with some of the nation’s top herbalist and acupuncture instructors as well as a variety of complementary and accessory and techniques to Oriental Medicine including the more sports medicine focused, Structural Elements, a natural allergy relief protocol called, Nambudrapod's Allergy Elimination Technique, and a variety of other protocols and treatments. Mo has also trained in diagnosis and treatment protocols for Lyme Disease and a variety of other parasitic illnesses.
Prior to studying Oriental Medicine and acupuncture, Mo studied and practiced apiculture and worked as Head Apiculturist for Little Honeyzzz LLC in Janesville, Wisconsin. Mo also worked to help formulate a line of health and wellness products including Bee Rescued Propolis Care and Bee Energized Raw Bee Pollen products that have been helping people around the world.
Mo currently practices family practice acupuncture and Oriental medicine at the Siloam Center For Traditional Medicine in Janesville, Wisconsin. His clinical experience with Oriental Medicine has allowed him to treat a broad range of diseases, symptoms and conditions ranging from the acute to the very chronic.
Mo enjoys his time with his wife, his three children and the family’s four dogs. He received theology and pastoral training at Moody Bible Institute as well as trained with Village Missions in New Gloucester, Maine. Mo is an accomplished author, speaker and teacher and has traveled to many parts of the globe teaching beekeeping as well as teaching the Bible. He leads a Messianic Jewish congregation in Janesville, (Congregation Beth Yeshua Janesville). Mo is also an avid martial artist with a history of training in Israeli Krav Maga, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Judo, and Muay Thai. In his 20's, received an instructor's certification for Arresting Tactics for the state of Illinois and has a heart for Law Enforcement, first responders and military personnel.
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