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AMG Sequoia Drive Physical Therapy moving to new, improved location

Advocate Medical Group’s (AMG) Physical Therapy service off of Sequoia Drive in Aurora is making a small location move that means big improvements for patients.

AMG Physical Therapy will move to an upgraded and improved facility just west of its current spot to 2363 Sequoia Drive in Aurora, effective July 10, 2017. The new location is a few doors down from the existing site, in the Rasmussen College building.

This innovative facility will offer physical therapy patients an expanded gym space with larger windows, spacious waiting area, dedicated parking near the entrance and more. The entire AMG Physical Therapy staff is moving to the upgraded facility, so patients will continue to receive outstanding care and service.

People can find and contact the improved AMG Physical Therapy location at: 

Sequoia - Physical Therapy 

2363 Sequoia Dr.
Aurora, IL 60506
630-264-8440

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Teresa Cunningham, Psy. D.

As a therapist, I feel it is my role to help individuals develop skills to resolve issues while maintaining a positive outlook and sense of hope. I feel strongly about establishing a strong alliance with my clients, where we have a safe environment to express thoughts and feelings, and share experiences.


Accepting New Patients
Department:Psychiatry
Specialty:Psychologist
Special Interests:Anxiety, depression, mood disorders, trauma and grief/loss, women's issues, dual diagnosis, and eating disorders
Office Locations:Fox Valley Villages - 630-978-6678
Office Hours:In addition to regular office hours, Saturday hours are available
Special Info:Dr. Cunningham sees pre-adolescent patients ages 12 and up as well as adults.
Undergraduate Education:University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, 1996
Graduate Education:Adler School of Professional Psychology, Chicago, IL, 2010 (Doctorate);
Adler School of Professional Psychology, Chicago, IL, 2007 (Masters)
Joined Dreyer:2013
Personal Profile:Dr. Cunningham enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, exercising, and trying new activities.

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