“I like to look at the person as a whole when providing care,” according to Engel. “It’s important to spend time educating the patient on the best treatment plan and care.”
A graduate of the Tabriz University of Medical Sciences in Tabriz, Iran, Dr. Alizadegan completed a general surgery residency at the University of Illinois and Iran University of Medical Sciences, as well as his vascular and interventional radiology fellowship from the Medical College of Wisconsin. He is board certified by the American Board of Surgery.
Focus on depression, anxiety and attachment issues using a cognitive behavioral and DBT-based approach. Areas of expertise include family therapy, trauma and parenting education. Her approach is compassionate while offering challenge to assist individuals to make the changes they have identified as important. She works to assist people to balance the needs and wants of their lives with emotional regulation to enjoy those things. Age groups: teens, adults, couples and families
A graduate of Marian University, Andrus earned her master’s degree in Nursing from Marian University. Andrus and her husband enjoy spending time with their son, as well as enjoying the outdoors, cooking, yoga, and running with their dogs.
Areas of Interest -Audiologic Testing (Children and Adults) -Hearing Aids -Tinnitus Management
“In my role as a hospitalist, I take care of every patient as if they were family,” says Dr. Asimah. “I appreciate working in a team environment that offers collaborative care to the patients and families that we serve.” Dr. Asiamah and his wife have three children. In his free time, he enjoys soccer, food and art.
Brian provides athletic training services to Ripon College and assists with athletic training coverage of local high schools.
Ashlee provides injury prevention, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment services at area high schools.
"My passion for athletic training comes from watching athletes persevere through the process from injury to rehabilitation and to return to play. I feel so proud of an athlete when I get to watch them make their first tackle, dig their first ball, grab their first rebound, throw their first strike or run their first mile."