Dr. Gabe Ellis

Dr. Gabe was first introduced to Chiropractic Care at the age of 12 due to chronic allergy problems. After numerous failed attempts with antibiotics, nasal sprays, over-the-counter medicine, and medical doctor visits, his mom made the decision to visit the local chiropractor.

Thanks to natural Chiropractic care, Dr. Gabe was able to overcome his chronic allergies. He also became increasingly aware that it was enhancing his athletic performance. He became very passionate about Chiropractic and the natural, lifelong, and safe healing effects it had on the body.

His interest in health and exercise grew at a young age and hasn’t stopped. He received an athletic scholarship to Western Michigan University and has competed in numerous marathons, triathlons, and qualified for the Boston Marathon multiple times and ran it in 2013. He also is married with 2 kids, who are also patients!

Dr. Daniel Spacc

Dr. Spacc was introduced to chiropractic after suffering a sports related injury in high school. After only a few visits at his local chiropractor he was back to playing sports again!

He continued to see a chiropractor throughout his college career as a sprinter at North Central College.

After receiving his undergraduate degree in kinesiology, Dr. Spacc attended Palmer College of Chiropractic. Some of his interests include playing golf, working out and watching any kind of movies!

Amanda LeMay, APRN

Amanda has always had a passion for caring for others. She was raised in the suburbs of Chicago and has continued to practice there throughout her career. She completed her undergraduate degree at Lewis University and began her nursing career on the south side of Chicago. Later, she transitioned to the suburbs, where she worked in various outpatient settings, including the emergency room, wellness clinics, and a procedural pain clinic. Through this experience, the desire to become a provider drove her to graduate school. She attended the University of St. Francis, where she received High Honors and graduated with a Master’s of Science in Nursing.

She worked for 3 years at the Will County Community Health Center in Family Medicine. The incredible need for a new approach to medicine became increasingly apparent to Amanda. Complementary and alternative therapies have always been at the forefront of Amanda’s practice and her approach to medicine. One of the key phrases she implements with her patients is “movement and food are medicine.” Being able to implement a holistic approach at ProActive Wellness Group has been such a welcome and exciting opportunity. She loves being able to see many lives impacted by regenerative medicine married with chiropractic treatment and other integrative modalities.

In her free time, Amanda loves to spend time with her husband and two children, listening to music, crafting, or engaging in outdoor activities. She enjoys giving back to the community and inspiring others to be generous and kind.