Anette K. Schilling Mnabhi, DO, NBOPASFP, NBOPASNMM, CAAOM, RN, MSN
As an Osteopathic physician, the principles of regenerative medicine are a foundation in her clinical practice. Helping the body heal utilizing it’s own resources is inherent to the practice of Osteopathy. She has utilized palpation guided injection techniques including mesotherapy, neural therapy and prolotherapy since 2001 and has been teaching Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine and Regenerative Medicine Injection Techniques and principles in the US and abroad since 2005. Dr. Mnabhi serves as an adjunct clinical faculty at Midwestern University, Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and has authored text book chapters on Osteopathic practice and principles related to Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, and Urinary and pelvic floor dysfunction.
Treating underlying and related issues and helping patients with recovery, restoration and rejuvenation drives her regenerative medicine practice. Together with her husband Dr. Abdelhadi Mnabhi, a biomedical engineer, DC and Osteopath (Canada) the patient is treated as a whole. A comprehensive approach to determine why the patient is not healing, which part of the structure is injured or in dysfunction and what elements are essential to recovery are part of a comprehensive functional approach in which treatment is individualized. She has a passion for teaching and helping other physicians to grow their skills and abilities to help their patients heal.