Pro-Health Medical Group has announced the addition of
board-certified family medicine physicians Inna Yalovetskaya
and Dominique Sanchez to its Brookfield clinic, 2085 N.
physicians treat children and adults for everything from routine
ailments to longer-term conditions such as diabetes and high blood
pressure. Both physicians are doctors of osteopathic medicine and
are accepting new patients.
A doctor of
osteopathic medicine is a physician who has received specialized
training focused on the muscular and skeletal systems. They provide
the same diagnostic and treatment services as a doctor of medicine
while emphasizing a holistic approach of treating the mind, body and
spirit when managing patient care.
also interested in preventive medicine, geriatrics, gynecology,
management of chronic conditions and physical techniques to help
treat structural or functional disorders in the bones, joints,
muscles and tissues.
family medicine allows me to build relationships across entire
families,” she said. “I am privileged to practice at a time when
preventive resources and vaccines are readily available to help
improve patients’ long-term health.”
earned her medical degree from the Arizona College of Osteopathic
Medicine in Arizona and completed her internship/residency at
Manatee Memorial Hospital in Florida.
Sanchez is also
interested in preventive medicine, wellness and the management of
takes a team approach with patients leading the teams,” Sanchez
said. “My role is to educate and guide patients by creating plans
for overall good health.”
her medical degree from the Midwestern University Chicago College of
Osteopathic Medicine in Illinois and completed her internship and
residency at Mac-Neal Hospital in Illinois.
require procedures or hospitalization, Yalovetskaya or Sanchez can
admit them to Pro-Health Waukesha Memorial Hospital or ProHealth
Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital.