Tim Flesch, RN, CST, MBA
Body Talk, Craniosacral Therapy, Mechanical Link Therapy, Visceral Manipulation, Lymphatic Drainage
Tim Flesch, RN, CST, MBA specializes in treatment of people from birth throughout the life cycle. He focuses on mind, body, and spirit medicine that embraces each person without judgment, from conception through death. Regardless of each person's situation/clinical presentation, the focus is on the whole, person, not subspecialized systems or maladies. Tim works to provide hope to people who are often without hope.
Tim became a nurse in 1982 after graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis and worked at Rush-Presbyterian-St Luke's Medical Center in a variety of clinical, administrative, utilization management and community resource management positions for 22 years. He received a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in healthcare from Dominican University in 1990.
During his career as a nurse he was always searching for something to help him charge ahead of the curve. A chiropractor friend suggested he take a class in craniosacral therapy through the Upledger Institute. After this experience, Tim knew he had found his passion. It was the beginning of a personal journey of learning and self-discovery that continues to this day. Tim continued to work at Rush and developed a part-time private practice, making the transition to full time private practice in 2002. He has worked at a multispecialty holistic women's medicine practice from 2004 to the present. The focus is on women's health, functional medicine and bioidentical hormone replacement therapy.
His education is ongoing through the Upledger Institute and the International Body Talk Association. He frequently functions as a teaching assistant for the Upledger Institute.
Tim believes we are at the forefront of modern medicine, and the cusp of medicine today is vibration. We see that in medications, diagnostic imaging, radiation and chemo therapy as well as the food we eat. Sound is powerful, and he uses music that is unique to each individual at a specific point in time. Tim believes we are reclaiming the lost art of human touch in medicine today.
Schedule an appointment with Tim Flesch, RN, CST, MBA online or call the Raby Institute at (312) 276-1212.
"I trust Dr. Raby with my health. I go to the Raby Institute because I know that I will be listened to and treated like a human being. But most importantly, I trust that I will get help and support I need to improve my health and feel better."
- Raby Institute patient