Clinical Staff & Advisory Team
Katie Doyle, RN BSN
Katie received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Seattle University in Washington state. She is also a Certified Senior Nutrition Specialist. Katie is a member of the Oncology Nursing Society and Puget Sound Oncology Nursing Society. She is licensed in both Washington and Nevada. For over 20 years, Katie specialized in Gynecologic Oncology caring for women suffering with cancer. In this role, she cared for many patients with peripheral neuropathy, and understands first hand how debilitating the condition can be.
Dr Steve Zilke, DC PT
Dr. Steven Zilke is a Chiropractor, Physical Therapist, and Acupuncturist. A graduate of St. Louis University in 1985 he spent his early training in the hospital and home health setting. He returned to school and in 1995 earned his Doctorate in Chiropractic degree from Logan College of Chiropractic. He spent the next 15 years in private practice in the St. Louis area. In 2008 he added acupuncture to
In 2009 he joined the faculty at Logan College of Chiropractic where he still teaches rehabilitation and a class in geriatrics. He has practiced neuropathy care since 2010 at Total Health and Rehab in Fulton MO, where he is currently the Director of Rehabilitation. His comprehensive approach to neuropathy care includes all aspects of his training. Light therapy is an integral component in his care plan. The ability to increase circulation and release nitric oxide in the feet of neuropathy sufferers is vital to success.
Dr Alex Tam, DC
Chiropractor Dr. Alex Tam has been serving the people of Vacaville and its surrounding areas for over 9 years. After graduating as one of the top practicing interns at Life Chiropractic College West, he decided to focus his chiropractic practice on taking care of the entire family and is Webster Certified. In addition to providing gentle chiropractic care to his patients, since 2016 he also expanded his practice to specialize in neuropathy. Dr. Tam is the only neuropathy specialist in the Solano County and serves the greater Northern California. His specialty in neuropathy has been sought out by patients as far as Minnesota.
Dr. Tam holds monthly workshops, both in the office and also out in the community, focused on educating the public on the cause, effects, prevention and the latest technology for neuropathy. Keeping up with all the latest research, Dr. Tam’s neuropathy program is using the latest methods to help patients with neuropathy regain an enjoyable and fulfilled life.
Dr Thomas Burke, PhD
Thomas Burke, PhD. developed his interest in circulation during his doctoral studies and then specialized in kidney circulation at Duke University Medical School. Later he joined the faculty at the University of Colorado Medical School finally retiring in 1997. His bibliography includes over 90 publications. The most recent dozen or so deal with diabetic and other causes of peripheral neuropathy and how the symptoms of pain and loss of sensation can be mitigated by use of physical therapy and infrared light therapy. He has spoken of these successes to physical therapy and chiropractic meetings in this country and abroad. His last 19 years have been spent as medical director for infrared light therapy companies. One of his passions is utilizing light therapy as an adjunct in reversing symptoms and suicide ideation that occur following concussions and traumatic brain injury suffered by athletes and war fighters.