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A Great Month to be a Guy

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s June arrives, we realize we’ve nearly made it through half the year—and wonder how that could be possible! It feels like just yesterday we were thinking about New Year’s resolutions and Valentine’s Day gifts. Now, we’re planning for summer—long days and warm nights, grilling, pools and everything else the year’s middle months bring along. Before we get to that, though, we need to take some time to show off some important people in our lives. Our May issue was all about the influential women in The Parks, so, this month, it’s only fitting that our June issue of The Parks Lifestyle is dedicated to the dudes. Why is this month so great to be a guy?

JUNE 2017 PUBLISHER

Peter Fetzer | Pfetzer@LifestylePubs.com EDITORIAL COORDINATOR

Victoria Perry | Tori.Perry@LifestylePubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Taylor Leddin, Laura Gilarski, CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Gary Middendorf

For starters, if you’re a dad, you get a full day that’s completely dedicated to you. Kick up your feet, grab a cold drink and enjoy being the center of attention on June 18. If you’re not a dad, don’t worry—there’s still a lot you can enjoy. Grab a dozen (or two) on June 2 for National Doughnut Day—just don’t forget to hit the gym afterward. Cast a line on June 18 for Go Fishing Day, and clear out your phone’s camera roll for National Selfie Day (everyone’s still all about that, right?) on June 21. Finish off the month with a great breakfast for Waffle Iron Day on June 29. We’ll all join you to enjoy the first day of summer on June 20.

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With a month that full of great stuff, the only way it could get better is with this issue of The Parks Lifestyle. As you flip through these pages, get to know some of our own influential men around town—you might even see someone you know. We know how hard you work and how important you are to the community, so kick back and relax—this one's for you. Have a great June, guys. We’ll see you around.

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Good Times

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Around Town

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Giving Back

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Healthy Lifestyle

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Financial Buzz

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Culinary Creations

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Realty Report

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Lifestyle Calendar

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Parting Thoughts

14 LEADZ Networkers Give Back to The Community

Group Supports Local Families in Need

18 Terry Boers Knows the Times and the Score

Reporter Reflects on Seven Decades in Sports

22 Understanding Your Skin’s Needs

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Around Town

AROUND TOWN

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Police Academy includes two, eight-hour sessions, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, June 6 and Wednesday, June 7, with lunch provided by the Village of Orland Park. Those who complete both eight-hour sessions of the academy will receive certificates. Applications are available at the Orland Park Police

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“SOMETHING OLD” WEDDING EXHIBIT TO DEBUT AT THE ORLAND PARK HISTORY MUSEUM

More than 200 local businesswomen gathered for a satisfying

Guests to the Village of Orland Park History Museum’s wedding

menu of interaction, education and inspiration served during the

exhibit, “Something Old,” are sure to see plenty of old and borrowed

Orland Women’s Networking Luncheon held Tuesday, April 25, at the

items—maybe even something blue—as the museum unveils its new

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exhibit on Saturday, June 3.

An annual event organized by the Orland Park Area Chamber of

The museum’s wedding exhibit kickoff event will be held from noon

Commerce, the day featured networking opportunities and informa-

to 4 p.m. at the museum, located at 14415 Beacon Ave. The event is

tion and products from more than 30 local vendors, businesses and

free and open to all. Refreshments will be served.

organizations. Attendees also learned proven ways to attain their

“Something Old” is the first big exhibit featured at the village’s

professional and life goals from guest speaker Ina Pinkney, owner of

year-old history museum and will run until November. The museum

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is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Thursday and Saturday.

Attendees also entered for numerous themed baskets and raffle

“This exhibit has been widely anticipated,” Sarah Konzen, museum

prizes available during the event, as well as the grand raffle prize of

curator, says. “It’s something everyone can relate to as people have

a green onyx pendant and earrings donated by James & Sons Fine

seen or experienced a wedding and June is wedding season.”

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ORLAND PARK POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFERS TEEN CITIZENS' POLICE ACADEMY

The exhibit features donated and loaned wedding items from members of the community, with bride and groom wedding attire and accessories starting from the turn of the century until more modern times. The collection includes three turn-of-the-century gowns.

The Orland Park Police Department will hold its Teen Citizens’

“Visitors will see many wedding dress styles from the 1930s, ‘40s,

Police Academy, giving young adults an inside view of law enforce-

‘50s, ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s. This includes men’s suits, photographs, veils,

ment. The program, a free two-day worksite-based program for vil-

shoes, jewelries, Bibles, wedding invitations, and more,” Konzen says.

lage residents between the ages of 15 and 18, introduces teens to

“Something Old” includes a nod to today’s wedding trends, as

many of the department’s programs and responsibilities.

guests can snap their photo in a vintage-themed photo booth com-

“This is a great opportunity for teens to get a firsthand look at all

plete with wedding props. Throughout the five-month exhibit, guest

that the police department does,” Chief Tim McCarthy says. “Those

speakers will be brought in for special wedding-themed presenta-

who are considering careers in law enforcement enjoy the behind-

tions. A bridal shower is planned.

the-scenes tours and those who simply want to learn more about the department are all invited to participate.” Participants will learn about recruiting, training, dispatch, patrol, K-9, traffic enforcement/DUI, internet investigations and more. 12

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Giving Back

LEADZ Networkers

Give Back to The

Community GROUP SUPPORTS LOCAL FAMILIES IN NEED

ARTICLE TAYLOR LEDDIN

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community is only as strong as the network within. LEADZ Networkers strives to make this statement true by helping

develop business relationships in the community while also giving to charity. LEADZ is a premier networking group in the southwest suburbs whose goal is to help its members grow, develop and strengthen relationships within the community. Members are con-

sidered elites in their businesses, and the majority of the revenue earned by LEADZ is donated to local charities. President Dan Adlfinger and founders Mike Hardek and Andy Varga believe business to business (B2B) networking is an important key to growth and success in the local business community, but it should be done professionally. “By striving to pass business to our members and local commerce through semi-exclusivity in business categories, we promote keeping business local and building strong relationships within the community,” Adlfinger says. Back in 2010, a group of professionals examined how a networking group is created, while putting an emphasis on giving back to the community in which they live. All had been involved in other networking groups, so they took the best ideas and strategies they had learned and collaborated on what is now LEADZ. Once they had a solid group of professionals, they began fundraising to give back to the community. “We feel that local charitable causes are often overlooked in favor of nationwide charities,” Adlfinger says. “This is the reason we donate most of our dues and engage in fundraising activities to support causes in our area.” Many members of LEADZ hold leadership positions in local chambers of commerce, Rotary clubs and a number of other business and charitable organizations. LEADZ has done a great deal of work with local families in need to make a positive impact on their 14

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lives—provided Christmas gifts and dinners to families, assisted a local family whose apartment was lost in a fire, donated to help a child with a rare brain disease and donated to the automotive fund for a local family with handicapped children. In addition, they have supported Team TJ in the NephCure Walk, donated to the local Cancer Support Center, supported Rotary scholarships and the Toy Box Connection. Local donations from LEADZ have exceeded $10,000 in the last seven years. Members meet on the first and third Friday of every month. In an effort to keep with the theme of local business, their meetings are currently held at Girl in the Park, 11265 W. 159th St.,  in Orland Park. During meetings, they share business strategies and ideas, as well as work on ways to assist local charities all while socializing and networking with one another. Professionals in the area who are interested in joining are invited to attend a meeting. “We welcome anyone who would like to visit a meeting without charge to check us out,” Adlfinger says. LEADZ advertises their larger fundraising efforts and welcomes anyone who would like to make a donation, even if they cannot attend meetings on a regular basis.

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ARTICLE TAYLOR LEDDIN | PHOTOGRAPHY GARY MIDDENDORF

TERRY BOERS KNOWS THE TIMES AND THE SCORE Reporter Reflects on Seven Decades in Sports

I

n 1960s Chicago Heights, a young Terry Boers was leav-

to request to write. However, writer Richard Justice was tasked

ing class at Bloom High School. As he was exiting the

to take on a column about the Chicago Bulls but opted to take

classroom, his teacher approached him with something

a job at the Washington Post the night before the column was

that would unknowingly change his life.

to start. Left in a bind, Boers’ editor asked him to take over.

"Terry," she said. "Have you ever considered creative writing as a career?"

“I think life is full of fate. I didn’t think Richard Justice would make my career, I’ve sent him notes since then

With this question, she went on to compliment the

saying thank you because without [him] I never would’ve

work he'd done for class, which came as a surprise to

had this job,” Boers reflects. “[Justice] said ‘oh, you

Boers who did not have his sights set on anything in par-

would’ve eventually had one’ and I said ‘yeah, but some

ticular. This simple conversation began paving the path

people wait on eventually forever, and it never happens.’”

which Boers’ career took.

Boers is now adamant about the fact that the 1980s

Now, sitting in a booth at Lume's Pancake House in

were the best decade in sports history, and this is some-

Frankfort, Boers looks back on his lengthy career, and

thing he plans to cover in a book he is currently writing.

seven-decade relationship with sports, humility and

While there are many memories he prizes, some are still

humor. Known for his 25-year stint on WSCR’s The Score,

puzzling. Boers says one of the most unusual memories

coupled with a 25-year gig working for the Chicago Sun-

was an encounter with former NBA player Moses Malone.

Times, this recently retired radio host is still letting it sink

After attempting an interview with Malone, Boers was met

in that people have enjoyed his work.

with a curt response and dismissal.

“You never know what people really think. It's still

“I said ‘Moses, do you have a second?’" Boers says.

amazing to me that he thought I was good,” he says

“And he said, ‘I don’t have a second for you at all!’ I

about his former editor John E. Meyers. “[Writing] was

thought, ‘that’s interesting,’” Boers recalls.

never something [I thought about wanting.] If you want

He writes off the interaction as Malone thinking he

something all your life and then you find out you’re no

must have been someone else, seeing as they had never

good at it … I mean, that’s why I never wanted anything.”

met before. The two would meet again years later, with

Boers first worked for the Lansing Sun Journal in 1972 and

Malone being much friendlier this time around, but Boers

would eventually go to the Sun-Times in 1980. He began working a desk job and was warned by multiple editors never

would never get an answer to that initial meeting. CONTINUED >

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TERRY BOERS (CON TI N U ED)

“I offended a lot of people, but I don’t think he was one of them. I don’t think I could walk up to Mike Ditka and get away with it,” Boers says, referencing his infamous squabbles with the former Bears coach. Boers was always very candid in his work which helped to sustain his career.

with helping him through the ongoing recovery and plans to take 2017 a little easier. While The Score may be settled, Boers is now using his retirement to work on his book, which he plans on completing this summer. In

After mastering the writing ropes, Boers would then move on to

addition, he keeps busy with the company of his wife, four sons and

The Score alongside Dan Bernstein. They spent hours over the course

five grandchildren. Aside from the book, Boers is slated to be the

of 25 years dissecting sports, and Boers’ time on the show came to

recipient of a lifetime achievement award from Bloom High School,

a close in 2016. He had gotten sick and was required to undergo two

which is the perfect bookend to the advice received from his creative

surgeries, which he is still recovering from.

writing teacher. He will also be an emcee at the awards and is excited

“I came back in December, but I just couldn’t do it, which is very tough on you mentally," Boers says. Boers went through a jaw replacement surgery, which forced him to miss the bulk of the latter half of 2016. He credits his wife 20

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to share stories from his time at Bloom as well as give advice to those looking for their path. “Never turn your back on opportunity,” Boers says. “Never say never about anything that you do.”


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Financial Buzz

Financial Focus

DON’T GET SWAYED BY THESE INVESTMENT “MYTHS”

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ver time, you will run into various suggestions for investing successfully. Yet upon closer inspection, many of

these ideas turn out to be “myths," which could cause you trouble if you treat them as solid advice. Here are five of these myths, along with some reasons for ignoring them:

YOU CAN FIND THE NEXT “BIG THING.”

All of us probably wish we could have “gotten in on the ground floor” of Apple or Microsoft or some other tremendously profitable company. And who knows? There may indeed be a similar other business out there, waiting to take off. But it’s almost impossible for anyone to identify these potential “blockbusters.” There’s really no shortcut to

INTERNATIONAL INVESTING IS TOO RISKY.

investment success—you need the patience and discipline

In today’s global economy, it may be riskier not to

to invest for the long term, and you need to build a portfolio

invest some of your portfolio internationally. U.S. stocks

that’s appropriate for your goals and risk tolerance.

represent less than half of global stock market capitalization, so by stopping at our borders, you are depriving

INVESTORS SHOULD ALWAYS SEEK TO “BUY LOW

yourself of a world of opportunities. It’s true that foreign

AND SELL HIGH.”

investments carry some special risks relating to currency

This is actually good advice, or it would be if it were

fluctuations and political and economic events, but you

possible to follow it consistently. But how can you

can help contain this risk by confining your international

know when the market is “high enough” to sell or “low

holdings to a relatively small percentage of your portfolio.

enough” to buy? You can’t, and neither can anyone else.

A financial professional can suggest the best ways for

Trying to time the market rarely works. A more appro-

you to add a global element to your investments.

priate strategy is to invest regularly and to diversify your holdings among stocks, bonds, government securities

YOU NEED A LOT OF MONEY TO MAKE A LOT OF MONEY.

and other vehicles, based on your goals and risk tol-

Of course, it doesn’t hurt to have a sizable amount

erance. Diversification can help protect you against

of money to invest right away. But the world is full of

market downturns that primarily affect just one asset

people who started investing with small sums and

class. Keep in mind, though, that diversification can’t

ended up having enough money to enjoy the retirement

guarantee profits or protect against all losses.

lifestyle they had envisioned. If you’re just beginning to invest, put in as much as you can afford each month; as

IT’S ALWAYS SMART TO BUY INVESTMENTS THAT

your income goes up, increase your investments. As an

HAVE PERFORMED WELL RECENTLY.

investor, time is your greatest ally.

You may have read, in investment prospectuses, that “past

Sticking to a consistent investment strategy can help

performance is no guarantee of future results.” These words

you write your own investment tale—and you can leave

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WHAT YOU NEED

WHAT YOU DO

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for 4-6 minutes, stirring every 2 minutes, until reduced to 1/4 cup. Add brown sugar, butter, chili powder, salt and cayenne. Microwave on

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high 1-2 minutes, stirring every 30 seconds. Pour over cereal mixture and coat evenly. Microwave on high 6-8 minutes until just browned, stirring WHAT YOU DO

1 tablespoon coarse salt 2 tablespoons cayenne pepper 1 1/2 teaspoons paprika 1/2 cup sugar 2 large egg whites 5 cups pecans

Line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper.

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Reduce temp to 250 degrees and cook for 10

every 2 minutes. Recipe from BettyCrocker.com

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Realty Report The Parks Realty Report

NEIGHBORHOOD

LIST PRICE

SOLD PRICE

%SOLD/LIST

*DOM

BDRMS

BATHS

Alpine Heights

$314,900

$310,827

98%

44

2

2.5

Southmoor Villas

$365,000

$353,000

96%

70

3

3

McCord Place

$380,000

$365,000

96%

164

3

2

Crystal Tree

$349,900

$365,000

104%

7

2+ 2 Below

2.5

Southmoor

$379,900

$367,500

97%

28

4

3

Crystal Tree

$380,000

$370,000

97%

91

3

2.5

Palos Glen Estates

$419,900

$400,000

95%

73

5

3.5

Timbers Point

$418,700

$400,000

95%

149

5

3.5

Rustic View Estates

$505,000

$490,000

97%

111

3

3.5

Swallow Ridge

$524,900

$490,000

93%

109

5

3

Somerglen

$544,000

$525,000

96%

307

4

3.5

Deer Point Estates

$549,900

$535,000

97%

227

6

4

Evergreen View

$590,000

$561,000

95%

248

4+ 2Below

3.5

Crystal Tree

$689,000

$625,000

91%

11

4

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Lifestyle Calendar

June EVERY WEEK

JUNE 10

MARKET AT THE PARK

US LOG ROLLING OPEN

CRESCENT PARK

LAKE SEDGEWICK IN CENTENNIAL PARK

The market will now be offered during the afternoon and evening to

The opening of the 2017 Professional Log Rolling season kicks

make it accessible to more residents. The market will focus on food,

off June 10. The event will include the world's top-ranked rollers and

gardening, artisanal and handmade products. Products include pro-

starts at noon.

duce, herbs, flowers, plants, baked goods, artisanal cheese, honey, organic products and more. Another new feature will be weekly en-

JUNE 10

tertainment. Stay tuned to social media and the website for updates.

MUSIC IN THE PLAZA SUMMER CONCERT SERIES ZABROCKI PLAZA Enjoy music under the stars. Food and beverages are available. Don't forget your lawn chairs and blankets! Visit DowntownTinley.com/Events to see who is playing. 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

JUNE 13 FUN IN THE PARK—BURSTING WITH FUN ORLAND PARK Pack up the kids and a picnic lunch and head out to one of the fantastic neighborhood parks. All activities, including the moon jump are free of charge. Come see what's going on in Orland Park and enjoy an afternoon of fun! Complimentary ice cream will be provided by Naomi’s Café.

JUNE 1

JUNE 15 BRASS FROM THE PAST

STORIES AT THE LAKE

PALOS PARK VILLAGE GREEN

LAKE KATHERINE NATURE CENTER & BOTANIC GARDENS

Boasting an unstoppable six-piece horn section, tight four-piece

Free event for kids! Lake Katherine volunteer educator Nicole Snyder

rhythm section and three powerful singers who command the stage,

will host storytime, reading aloud from a nature-themed children's

this is no ordinary band! Supported by Palos Fine Arts and Repub-

book. There will also be other fun activities. No need to book in ad-

lic Bank. Bring your picnic baskets or enjoy food and drinks on site.

vance—just turn up! 4 p.m.

Grounds open at 5 p.m. with the presentation of colors by Boy Scout

JUNE 3

Troop 699 and the presentation of Palos Fine Arts scholarships.

9TH ANNUAL ART SHOW & SALE

JUNE 15

VOGT VISUAL ARTS CENTER

CONCERT IN THE PARK

Join us this year for a day-long celebration of art, featuring artwork

PALOS PARK VILLAGE GREEN

from many local artists. Browse and shop for one-of-a-kind gifts and

Dance the night away on the Village Green to a live band. Bring your

original works of art. Starting at 1 p.m., the VVAC June gallery open

picnic baskets or enjoy food and drinks on site. Grounds open at 5

exhibit showcasing “Water” reception will begin with the Nuclear Jazz

p.m. Concert begins at 7 p.m.

Quartet performing in the gazebo. Artists, please reserve your space early! TinleyParkDistrict.org 708.342.4200. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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JUNE 15 ORLAND PARK CHAMBER GOLF OUTING 2017 SILVER LAKES COUNTRY CLUB

TINLEY PARK FARMERS MARKET

Event includes breakfast and lunch on the course, clubhouse dinner

ZABROCKI PLAZA

and plenty of networking on the green. For sponsorship opportuni-

Visit the farmers market every Saturday for the best selection of fruits,

ties, please call the chamber office at 708.349.2972. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

vegetables, fresh flowers and much more! 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 30

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JUNE 23 MOVIE IN THE PARK CRESCENT PARK Join Newt Scamander as he searches for missing beasts, explores enchanted suitcases, and encounters magical beings in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, a thrilling film based on the J.K.Rowling book. Bring a blanket and some snacks for this fun night in the park. Concessions will be available for purchase.

JUNE 27 BUBBLES, BUBBLES, EVERYWHERE! PALOS PARK VILLAGE GREEN Bubbles, bubbles, everywhere! The Village Green is the perfect spot to ride the foam waves as our friends from the Palos Fire District will help us to build the bubbly madness! Bring your goggles, a towel and prepare for the fun. This is a free event!

JUNE 30 LIBERTY FAMILY FUN RUN & WALK CENTENNIAL PARK Register early for this Independence Day tradition. Join us June 30  for this chipped, timed, 2-mile race through Centennial Park or participate in the 1-mile leisurely walk. All participants receive a race shirt, a wristband for free admission to Centennial Pool for use on July 1, 2, 3 or 4 and entry into the post-race raffle drawings. All ages. 32

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Parting Thoughts

EXPERT WOMEN’S HEALTH CARE NOW CLOSER TO HOME ORLAND PARK CLINIC HAS SEVERAL WOMEN'S HEALTH SPECIALISTS

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rland Park resident Lorraine Paulette Ryan has battled traffic and ice storms to receive care from Dr. Monica Christmas at the

University of Chicago Medicine in Hyde Park.

“A pelvic exam in an emergency situation with an unknown doctor is not the way to introduce a girl to gynecologic care,” she says. Specially trained to talk to girls at various stages of adolescence,

“I didn’t want to switch gynecologists even though it was more

Truehart says, “Teenagers aren’t always comfortable asking their

difficult to get to Hyde Park for follow-up after my surgery,” Ryan

parents or other adults about menstruation, sex or birth control, and

says. “Dr. Christmas has always given me tender, loving care, and

they deserve better information than they can get from their friends.”

I trust her completely.”

A gynecologist only gets one chance to make an adolescent’s first

Imagine Ryan’s delight when she discovered Christmas would be

visit a positive experience. It is best to have a parent or another adult

seeing patients at UChicago Medicine’s new Center for Advanced

present at the beginning of the visit to offer support to the adolescent

Care at Orland Park on the same block as the patient’s apartment

and fill in gaps in history as needed.

building. In appreciation, Ryan was there to greet the doctor on the office’s opening day in April.

In addition to adolescent gynecology and minimally invasive surgery, the Center for Advanced Care at Orland Park offers:

“It’s gratifying to know we can make Lorraine’s life better by caring for her closer to home,” Christmas says.

• Family planning and contraception counseling • The highest level of comprehensive care for women with high-risk

Christmas is a certified menopause practitioner and an expert in

pregnancies and their babies

minimally invasive surgery. She uses small incisions or no incisions to

• Compassionate care for women with ovarian, uterine, cervical,

perform surgery for even the most complex cases of fibroids, heavy

endometrial, vulvar and vaginal cancers, as well as noncancerous

periods, pelvic pain, endometriosis and more. Compared to traditional open procedures performed through larger incisions, minimally invasive procedures typically mean less pain, less scarring, shorter or no hospital stays and a quicker recovery and return to normal activities. She is joined in the Orland Park clinic by several women’s health

gynecologic conditions • Most up-to-date solutions, including in vitro fertilization, for infertility diagnosis and treatment • Diagnosis and treatment of pelvic floor disorders, urinary incontinence and prolapse of the vagina, bladder and uterus

specialists, including Dr. Amber Truehart, who provides sensitive care

The center offers easy-to-use self check-in kiosks, sleek and mod-

for infants, children and adolescents with a wide range of conditions

ern waiting areas, comfortable infusion rooms and an efficient on-site

affecting female reproductive systems, such as vulvar disorders and

laboratory. Same-day appointments, and extended or weekend hours

irregular or painful menstrual periods.

are also available for some specialties. A 530-space public garage

Truehart believes it’s important to bring a girl to the gynecologist in

makes parking easy.

her early teens before there are any issues. The University of Chicago Medicine Center for Advanced Care at Orland Park is conveniently located at 14290 S. LaGrange Road on the third floor. To make an appointment with a women’s health specialist, call 844.755.8267. For more information, visit UCHospitals.edu/WomensHealth . 34

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