Our Goals for
Your Care

To provide a complete health care experience with an emphasis on promoting health and education.
To work as a team with you in developing your personalized care plan.
To be your advocate and medical home in navigating the health care system.

Clinic Hours

Mon:  9am to 4pm
Tue:   10am to 8pm
Wed:  8am to 2pm
Thur: 10am to 7pm
Fri:    Administrative Day
Sat:   9am to 1pm
(Closed one Sat. per month)
Sun:  Closed

**Appointment Only**
**Hours may vary**

Please Call to Schedule an Appointment

CALL: 312-225-5785

Our Mission Statement

  • To promote the health and well-being of our patients by providing high-quality and accessible medical care for individuals of all ages.
  • To join a partnership with our patients as a team approach for their health care.
  • To create a patient-centered home by providing continuous and comprehensive family medicine including all stages of life, acute care, chronic care, preventative services, and end-of-life care.
  • To coordinate all elements of the complex health care system and to advocate for patients by arranging care with other qualified professionals.
  • To educate our patients and promote resources for healthy living.
  • To always remember the Hippocratic Oath of swearing to practice medicine ethically, honestly, and with evidence-based practices.
  • To embrace the Osteopathic philosophy of holistic care which includes:

The body is a unit, and the person represents a combination of body, mind, and spirit.

The body is capable of self-regulation, self-healing, and health maintenance.

Structure and function are reciprocally interrelated.

Rational treatment is based on an understanding of these principles – body unity, self-regulation, and the interrelationship of structure and function.

Frequently asked questions

  • Founded in 1874 by Andrew Taylor Still D.O.
  • A philosophy of medicine based on ideas dating back to Hippocrates and focuses on the unity of all body parts
  • Incorporates Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment:
    Use of the hands to diagnose and treat
    Foster your body’s natural tendency towards health
    Combined with other medical treatment options
  • Both are fully licensed doctors able to participate in any medical specialty
  • Both require a four-year undergraduate degree for admission to a medical college
  • Both complete four years of basic and clinic medical education
  • Both obtain specialty specific training through internships and residencies
  • D.O.s tend to specialize in primary care – approximately 65%
  • D.O.s receive extra training in the musculoskeletal system

For more information, please see the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) homepage

Our clients say

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I’ve been taking my son to Dr. Frazier since my son was born. He really is the best! The total care physicians staff is super friendly and make you feel so comfortable! We love Dr. Frazier, he really seems to care about his patients which is rare to find in a doctor nowadays! We would never even consider going elsewhere!
C. O.
I have seen both doctors and they are caring and thorough. They take the time to explain things in a way so you can understand. I'm so glad I chose this practice in my neighborhood!
R. O.
This place is the best!! I won't go anywhere else. I live on the far north side and I will gladly sit in traffic or take a longer train ride to get there. The entire staff is amazing and friendly, and Dr. Ciaccia is SO patient and understanding and clearly cares about her patients. Never once have I felt rushed or judged. I love it here.
E. P.
I felt very comfortable with doctor and staff. It is very hard to find a physician that will listen , cares and is knowledgeable. Dr. Ciaccia was exactly what i was looking for and I am excited I found her. I look forward to continuing my care with her. Thank you to her and her wonderful staff.
W. G.