LILIAN HOLM, PT, DPT
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Lilian Holm, PT, DPT provides individualized Physical Therapy services as well as Health and Wellness Coaching, drawing on over 27 years of experience in many prestigious Chicagoland clinics. She has had the honor of facilitating the journey of numerous people towards health, well-being and a higher quality of life. She is passionate about providing care of the highest quality, and decided to go into private practice when she realized that the traditional clinical model didn't always allow the clinician to put patients and their needs first.
Her unique approach incorporates physical therapy with a broader understanding of the human body and mind and lifestyle factors that are important and often necessary to achieve patient goals.
2017 graduate of EIM, San Antonio, TX. Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
1994 graduate of The Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden, University Degree in Physical Therapy (PT).
Private practice in Evanston, IL
Lilian Holm Wellness
Department Manager and Physical Therapist
CINN- The Chicago Institute of Neurosurgery and Neuroresearch
Senior Physical Therapist
Catholic Health Partners
Staff Physical Therapist
Woodstock Memorial Hospital
Weiss Memorial Hospital
University of Chicago Hospitals
Licensed in the state of Illinois.
Certified Micronutrient Specialist - CMS
Certified Weight Trainer - CWT
Certified Health Coach - CHC
Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist - CEAS
Expert Myofascial Release Practitioner
American Physical Therapy Association
APTA, Orthopedic Section
IASP International Association for the Study of Pain
National Society of Health Coaches
American Nutrition Association
Rehabilitation of the spine (incl. neck) and pelvis
Chronic pain and pain neuroscience
Nutritional aspects of healing and wellness
Health maintenance and disease prevention
Effective, personalized exercise programs
We need to approach the well-being of the human being using a paradigm that is inclusive of all the factors that synergistically create good health and function. It is my firm belief that the more inclusively we view the various systems of the body, the more successful we can be in understanding and treating patients.
Patient education is vital and empowers the patient.