Seymour resident Beth Ann VonDielingen wanted a career where she could help people.
She decided to go into nursing and started out at Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus for her registered nurse degree and then earned her Master of Science in nursing at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and South University.
“I’m a nurse practitioner, and I’ve worked family practice and urgent care as an NP, ER, medsurg and long-term care as an RN,” VonDielingen, 46, said.
She loved the idea of having a way to help others outside of traditional medicine, so she started RevIVe Wellness Studio, 209 E. Second St., Suite B, Seymour.
“I started this business in August of 2022 with partners Dr. David Hartung and Monica Hartung,” she said. “I love helping others find their balance within and feeling their best every day.”
VonDielingen said RevIVe offers vitamin injections, vitamin drips, neurotoxins, dermal fillers, microneedling and various weight loss options.
“My favorite part of running RevIVe is helping clients develop a plan based on their needs, concerns and wants,” she said. “Then working with them on a regular basis, building relationships and friendships.”
VonDielingen said since opening just over a year ago, they currently have more than 225 clients.
She has four kids and is married to Matt VonDielingen.
“We have Brittaney Hendrix, who is married to Tyler with two sweet babies, Remi and Ruby,” she said. “Then Jacob, 24, married to Maddie; Joshua, 21; and Jack, 18, who is going to Indiana University Kokomo, playing baseball and majoring in business marketing.”
Upon finding out she had been nominated for The Tribune’s Women in Business section, she felt very honored.
“I was so surprised, and I have worked very hard to build an honest business that people can trust and feel respected,” VonDielingen said. “I have so many goals for growth personally, and for RevIVe, this definitely helps motivate me to continue to work hard. Thank you so much.”
Christy Pottschmidt of Seymour was one of the people who nominated VonDielingen to be recognized.
Pottschmidt said VonDielingen went back to school as an adult to become an RN and then went on to get her NP license.
“After working in a traditional health care setting, she always knew she wanted to do more to help people,” she said. “She has a heart of gold and would do anything for anyone at the drop of a hat.”
Pottschmidt said VonDielingen also is very brave, going out of her comfort zone to open a new business, as this is what her heart was calling her to do.
“She has been very successful in this new adventure and provides a service that is much-needed in our community,” she said. “Her passion shines through with every client that she helps become their best self.”
Brittaney Hendrix said the reason she nominated her mom is because she brings a top-notch level of professionalism, pride and care in her work.
“Her goal is to help her patients feel better physically and mentally,” she said.
Chloe Auleman said she knows VonDielingen personally, and she is one of the sweetest, most caring people in the world.
“Treating everyone as if they are family, she is one of the most selfless people I know,” Auleman said. “She is always putting others before herself.”
Information about RevIVe Wellness Studio can be found online at revive-wellnessstudio.com or on Facebook.