Calendar of Events

The Raby Institute is committed to being a trusted resource for our patients and the community on a variety of topics related to physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health and wellness. 

We are currently developing a series of classes, workshops and lectures designed to share the knowledge we have as integrative physicians and practitioners with our friends, families, and communities to empower people to take control of their health. These events will be offered to patients and the general public and will feature Raby Institute staff and guest speakers.

 

* Classes with an enrollment of less then five individuals may be cancelled or rescheduled.

 

Click on any of the classes/events below to learn more or call 312.276.1212 for more information.

 

INTEGRATIVE AESTHETICS EVENT - WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18 - 5:30-6:30PM

Learn about all the non-invasive, state of the art, lasers for maximizing your personal appearance. Including body sculpting, removing of fine lines and wrinkles, and permanent hair removal.


SEXUAL HEALTH SEMINAR - WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2 - 5:30 - 6:30PM

Join us for an informative seminar on Sexual Health. Dr. Chavez, Margiotta and Thurer will be speaking on hormones and thier effect on the libido, non-invasive erectile dysfunction treatments for men, and the Mona Lisa laser for vaginal health.


JOIN HEALTH & PAIN MANAGEMENT SEMINAR - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14 - 5:30 - 6:30 PM

In Pain? Joints aching? Join Dr. Marc Margiotta as he talks about about several effective therapies to help treat and heal joint related issues.


INTEGRATIVE AESTHETICS EVENT - WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4 - 5:30-6:30PM

Learn about all the non-invasive, state of the art, lasers for maximizing your personal appearance. Including body sculpting, removing of fine lines and wrinkles, and permanent hair removal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

"My physician takes the time to talk to me. When I go to the Raby Institute I know I am going to get more than a prescription – I am going gain a deeper understanding of my complete health."
- Raby Institute patient