Randolph P. Frieser, PT, is the president and founder, since its inception in 2013, of Revolution Physical Therapy Weight Loss. He has been a physical therapist for over 25 years, specializing in orthopedic and sports rehabilitation. He is a graduate of the Physical Therapy Program from the University of Illinois.
Mr. Frieser is the founder and former CEO of Accelerated Rehabilitation Centers, an outpatient physical therapy company with over 200 rehabilitation centers in Chicago and around the Midwest.
Wes Williams is a licensed physical therapist with over 30 years of particular expertise in orthopedic, sports and industrial physical therapy. Wes brings a wealth of unique rehabilitation experience with particular strengths in managing multi-site networks of outpatient physical therapy centers, developing physician relationships, mentoring managers and clinicians along with developing utilization review criteria and outcomes monitoring programs to evaluate the efficiency and cost effectiveness of rehabilitation services.
Wes received his undergraduate degree from Augustana College where he was elected Captain and MVP of the Football team along with being named an Academic All-American defensive back his Senior season. This is where his competitive nature and leadership skills were first developed. Wes went on to receive his Physical Therapy degree from Northwestern University and his MBA from the University of Chicago.
Lead Exercise Physiologist and Weight Loss Program Manager
Jillian has 10 years of experience in the health and wellness industry with a passion for improving individual’s quality of life. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Ball State University and master’s degree in Exercise Physiology from Northeastern Illinois University. Jillian is a certified Exercise Physiologist through the American College of Sports Medicine and specializes in interval training, metabolic disease prevention and sustainable weight loss tactics. Jillian is also a Health Science professor at Moraine Valley Community College and volunteers serving the youth in afterschool wellness programs. In her free time she enjoys playing/watching sports, brunching and traveling.
I have been a Physical Therapist since 2006 and love to help people rehabilitate injuries of all kinds, recover from orthopedic surgeries and help restore quality of life through functional movement. I personally love to run Spartan races, cycle the Prairie path and spend quality time with my wife and kids!
Roscoe Village Clinic Manager, Physical Therapist and Revolution PTWL Compliance Officer
Joe Janasek received his bachelor’s degree in Pre-Physical Therapy and Allied Health Sciences from the University of Dayton, and his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Ohio University.
Prior to joining Revolution Physical Therapy Weight Loss, Joe lived in Columbus, Ohio and worked as a PT for Orthopedic ONE; central Ohio's leading provider of sports medicine orthopedic care in the Columbus Ohio area.
Joe joined Revolution PTWL in 2019 for many reasons; however, the concept of working for a company that stresses the importance of a multi-disciplinary approach to health and wellness was most intriguing.
Since a young age, Joe has been involved in a number of sports including football, basketball, baseball, and track and field which have all helped to shape his passion for physical fitness, competition, and understanding human movement. Joe was fortunate enough to continue his athletic career at the University of Dayton, where he was a 4x letter winner and an Academic All-District award winner for the Flyer football team. During his free time, he enjoys working out, playing golf, enjoying chicago's craft brewery scene, and house hunting around the local communities.
Joe believes that a whole body, patient centered approach is the best way to treat orthopedic and sports injuries because it allows his patients to gain a better understanding of their bodies and to take appropriate measures to ensure they remain pain/injury free. He is a firm believer that the body needs "proximal stability for distal mobility" and that rehab is only as effective as the education once gains throughout the process.
Joe is currently skilled and proficient with the McKenzie Method of Low Back Pain, IASTM/Graston treatment techniques, Cupping utilization, pre/post surgical rehabilitation, weight loss rehab, and will be obtaining his certification for Dry Needling this year.
I am the Clinic manager at the Wicker Park Clinic. I received my Bachelor's Degree from Butler University as well as my Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Governors State University.
I have a passion for working with people to help them get pain free and back to the sports or hobbies that they love. I implement a comprehensive approach to rehabilitation with a focus on manual therapy and exercise progressions to not only restore prior levels of function but to enhance performance beyond where one was prior to therapy.
I have several specialties including Dry Needling, IASTM, functional cupping, Blood Flow Restriction Training, and vestibular rehabilitation. I am also a Champion Performance Specialist (C-PS) through Modern Manual Therapy and a Return to Sport for Injured Athlete certified therapist through Modern Athletic Science.