Dr. Jason Bussanich along with the entire staff at Westlake Chiropractic are committed to getting you on your feet, running, walking, golfing, gardening and enjoying your life. We provide a definite care plan (in limited visits is our goal) to get you back into your life...to keep you on the go.
At Clackamas Massage Rehab & Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic William Parker wants his patients to live pain-free lives without having to worry about the legal mumbo-jumbo involved with getting hurt. That's why the clinic, as part of its services, hooks up patients with any necessary legal counsel. With that issue taken care of, Dr. Parker and his massage therapists get to work right away, calming chronic and acute pain with noninvasive spinal adjustments and massages.
Cornerstone Chiropractic offers a range of services to promote wellness and an ache-free lifestyle in patients of all ages. The state of your back bones will be evaluated during a new-patient exam ($72–$182) followed by a potentially pain-relieving chiropractic alignment ($55–$138), which pops and locks the spine into readiness for charity breakdance contests. The treatment will conclude with a 30-minute tension-reducing massage ($40–$60) tailored to your individual needs and knots. Spinal specialties of the house include the Graston Technique, which is used to aid soft-tissue ailments, including fibromyalgia, tendinitis, and shin splints.
When licensed therapists at Skyline Integrative Medicine listen to clients' medical histories, they look beyond the immediate cause of pain, seeking to understand its underlying causes and its consequences throughout the body. With this information in hand, they address problems, such as migraines, back and neck pain, depression, and TMJ with massage, acupuncture, and other services derived from traditional Chinese medicine. Treatments also address bad habits and addictions, helping clients lose weight or quit smoking without the need for faddish gimmicks.
Skyline Integrative Medicine boasts a team of practitioners. Acupuncturist Jennifer Fletcher leads the battle against bad health. With over 25 years of practice, Dr. Fletcher has developed an integrated approach to natural medicine from training that spanned the globe. In addition to studying rehabilitation and podiatry in the U.S., she has trained with medical and holistic doctors from Korea and China. Receiving Tuina training at Samra University in the greater Los Angeles area in 1987, Dr. Fletcher later practiced the art by hand rolling small bags of beans to strengthen her skills. Drawing on the expertise of other doctors and shunning well-meaning tips from mad scientists, she specializes in treating painful foot and hand conditions, and offering relief from many forms of arthritis. Skyline Integrative Medicine also offers non-surgical face lifts and classes in traditional Chinese medicine and qi gong practice.
If Dr. Noé Flores could give his chiropractic patients one piece of advice, it would be to work toward preventing pains before they start. By incorporating lifestyle coaching and practical postural-advice into his visits, he helps to fulfill his goal of helping patients practice prevention as much as he helps them relieve their pains. New patients experience an in-depth consultation during which Dr. Flores assesses their current issues, the number of bowling balls currently stuffed in their mattresses, and their goals for treatment, before he administers tests or treatment. During adjustments, he uses a low-pressure technique as a way to keep his patients comfortable. In some cases, he uses auricular therapy, a type of ear acupuncture that helps release endorphins and reduces pain. Building on his preventive ideas, the doctor and his team also give their patients exercises they can perform on their own to promote wellness outside his office.