Meet The Staff:

Dr. Stephen Moleski

Dr. Moleski was in pre-med courses of study when his sister was relieved of severe migraine headaches after seeking alternative, natural healthcare. When his father obtained relief from rheumatoid arthritis pain in the same way, Dr. Moleski became convinced that there was a more natural way to help people achieve good health.

This was contrary thinking coming from a medically oriented family. Dr. Moleski's grandfather was a pediatrician and his mother was a registered nurse.

In 1979, Dr. Moleski graduated summa cum laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic. As a result of his class standing he was named to Pi Tau Delta Chiropractic Honor Society.

In 1988, Dr. Moleski received a fellowship in Applied Spinal Biomechanical Engineering.* This is a method to evaluate and treat spinal distortion patterns such as seen in chronic neck pain, chronic back pain, and scoliosis.

Dr. Moleski is currently enrolled in the Functional Neurological Diplomate Program (DABCN) sponsored by the Carrick Institute and the American Chiropractic Association.

Dr. Moleski is constantly attending post-graduate courses, reading journals, and attending webinars to stay on top of the latest information in the natural health care field. He has attended courses in Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis, Neurotransmitters and the Brain, Cortisol Circadian Rhythm Physiology, and Nitric Oxide and Glutathione Immune Effects, to name a few.

In 2013, Dr. Moleski graduated from the American Functional Neurology Institute.

Dr. Moleski was certified in NeuroCranial Integration in 2013, as well. This is a very gentle technique/method that relieves pressure on the brain and nervous system.

In 2013, Dr. Moleski was Board Certified in Integrative Medicine (BCIM).* This certification was issued by the American Association of Integrative Medicine.

The doctor has also studied under Dr. Michael Johnson D.C., DABCN, author of the book, "What Do You Do When The Medicines Don't Work?", and has completed the Course in Peripheral Neuropathy under Dr. David Clark D.C., C.N. He has studied thyroid disorders and corresponding therapies under Datis Kharrazian, DHSc., DC, MS, author of "Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms? When My Lab Tests Are Normal."

Dr. Moleski has been in private practice for 36 years. He moved to Tallahassee in 1990, and is still located at his original Buford Boulevard office.

A special focus of the practice is the support of chronic conditions such as thyroid disorders, peripheral neuropathy, fibromyalgia, and metabolic syndrome. Dr. Moleski also uses cold laser therapy and non-surgical spinal decompression to help with various conditions.


*
This fellowship was issued by a private organization, not sponsored or recognized by the Florida Board of Chiropractic Medicine.


Christy

I started at Infinity Health in January 2015 after spending a year in Australia working, growing, and adventuring. I love to smile, and you can find me at the front desk taking calls, scheduling patients, and making sure that everyone is taken care of. I love to laugh, so if you have a good joke, bring it on in with you!

Two of my favorite things about working here are the positive work environment and the incredible healing that I see in patients coming for treatment. I wasn’t really involved in natural healthcare before I started working here – I had only barely been exposed to it – but I was open to it, and have learned so much since beginning at Infinity Health.

I can really see the value in Integrative and Functional healthcare and I want to tell everyone about it!

When I’m not working, I love to relax at the parks around Tallahassee, get a good run in, or spend some quality time with my family over a good meal. I’m always down for a good conversation, and I love to think – especially about our world, the differences between cultures and societies, and deep questions (like the meaning of life).

And on a side note, I think we could all use a good dose of world-travel. It changes you.


Cheryl

I have been working at Infinity Health since September of 2014, and I honestly have loved every minute of it! I would have to say that my favorite part of what I do every day is the fact that I get to help people get better – help them get their lives back – help restore hope and wellness. For that reason, I am currently studying to be licensed as a Certified Chiropractic Physician's Assistant.

I know that what we do here has a positive impact not only on our patients, but on all the people they encounter every day, too! I love being a part of something bigger than myself, and getting to meet so many different people.

At work, you can find me treating patients, giving nutritional advice (I LOVE the Paleo diet), tag-teaming with Christy and Katie to work the front desk, and keeping up with patient data in between it all.

In my “spare time” (a funny term for someone who always keeps busy!), I like to play piano, guitar, or sing. You can also find me searching out an adventure – usually outdoors – but I like to try new things wherever they are. I love cooking, art, crafting, watersports, rain, beauty, deep discussions, people, and my two wonderful nieces.


Katie

I work at Infinity Health part-time and it's great being here! It is so fascinating and such a blessing to be part of a workplace that helps to heal people. I really enjoy being a part of that process - whether it's a patient recovering from a car accident, or one finally losing weight and becoming pain-free, I am invigorated by being involved in that.

In my spare time, I love to bake, read, research, write, spend time with my boyfriend, and teach my students Latin and reading comprehension.

I believe that our world could use a good dose of positivity, so I try to bring that with me everywhere I go. If you need someone to support you and cheer you on, I'm here for you!