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Shahriar Alizadegan

Shahriar Alizadegan, MD

Vascular Surgery

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.

Miranda Amerling

Miranda Amerling, MS, LPC

Behavioral Health Professionals

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

Allieson Arentz, LMT

Allieson Arentz, LMT

Integrative Health
Massage Therapy

Massage therapy involves the manual manipulation of skin, muscles and underlying soft tissue to reduce muscle tension and loosen sore joints thereby minimizing physical pain. It can help relieve stress, manage pain, reduce anxiety, help fibromyalgia, reduce muscle tension, relieve tension headaches, ease depression, lower blood pressure and increase range of motion.

“I believe in empowering my patients to take care of their health,” according to Arentz. “I work to create a comfortable environment where I can help individuals fulfill their goals and make them feel better.”

Sarah Arnold

Sarah Arnold, PsyD

Behavioral Health Professionals
Psychology

Sarah enjoys working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. Her approach with children includes a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) & play therapy. Her therapy style allows families to feel comfortable to address their struggles while gaining coping strategies.

Kofi Awuah Asiamah

Kofi Awuah Asiamah, MD

Hospital Medicine

“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.