Advanced Occupational Medicine Specialists is located in Presidential Towers. The clinic provides comprehensive primary care and sports medicine services. The physicians at AOMS are trained in Internal Medicine and Family Medicine. They are also fellowship trained in sports medicine and can take care of all of your musculoskeletal injuries. AOMS also has physical therapy that is conveniently located adjacent to the Presidental Towers Health Club. AOMS accepts most insurance plans. Whether your needs are for the cold and flu season, a sprained ankle, or just an annual check up, the physicians at AOMS will take care of you.
AOMS is proud to provide Sports Medicine services to:
- Chicago Rush Professional Arena Football
- Chicago Shamrox Professional Indoor Lacrosse
- Chicago State University
- Elmhurst College
- Illinois Institute of Technology
- East and West Leyden High Schools
- East and West Proviso High Schools
Meet Our Staff
Rajeev Khanna, MD
Rajeev Khanna, M.D. is a sports medicine specialist who has over fourteen years of experience in occupational health. Dr. Khanna completed his family practice residency at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. He then did a fellowship in sports medicine through St. Joseph's Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. He was board certified in family practice in 1992 and received his certificate of added qualification in sports medicine in 1995.
Dr. Khanna serves as the team physician for the Chicago Rush Professional Arena Football Team, Chicago State University, Elmhurst College, and The Illinois Institute of Technology. He was featured as one of the top two doctors in sports medicine in Chicago Magazine in January 2001. He has given over 120 presentations on various sports and work related illnesses and injuries.
Steve Hartsock, MD
Steve Hartsock, M.D., attended the University of California, San Diego where he received a B.S. in BioMedical Engineering. He went to Indiana University for medical school and then completed a residency in family medicine at MacNeal Hospital in Berwyn, Illinois. After residency, he relocated to Greensboro, NC where he completed a primary care sports medicine fellowship at Moses Cone Hospital in 2005. Dr. Hartsock is a board certified family physician who also specializes in sports medicine. He is involved with several high school and college athletic teams around Chicago, and is also a member of the USA Swimming sports medicine and science network.
Jennifer Judd, PA-C
Jennifer Judd, PA-C, is a licensed, certified Physician Assistant. She attended Physician Assistant School at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago, Illinois where she received a Masters of Science in Physician Assistant Studies. Jennifer has experience in orthopedic surgery and family medicine. She received her Bachelors of Science degree in Biology from Mount Saint Clare College in Clinton, Iowa. She was a member of her cross country and track team in college.