The Sight Shops operated by the Oregon Eye Specialists allow clear-sight seekers to browse a vast selection of designer frames such as Coach ($199+), Elle ($159+), and Armani ($259+), as well as a wide array of sunglasses by Oakley and Maui Jim. These frames boast enough flexibility to ensure proper fit and vision performance, but are also resilient enough to withstand the rigors of perpetual face hugging. To accompany their stylish frames, each Sight Shop exhibits high-quality progressive lenses in a variety of designs including single-lens, bi-focal, and tri-telescope helmet. The opticians at Oregon Eye Specialists—who are certified by the American Board of Opticianry—can help customers secure specific ocular solutions when assisted by a prescription from any physician. All frames and lenses carry a minimum one-year warranty.
We are a privately owned company consisting of 22 Ophthalmologists, with a staff of Optometrists, technicians, ABO Certified Opticians. With close to 300 employees we are dedicated to providing top quality eyecare to the Portland Metropolitan area.
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.
Certified fitness trainer Otis Schroeder works with every client to set realistic goals and transform lifestyles. He starts by asking a few questions that allow him to design and scale workouts to individual needs. Then he gives his clients a choice of training packages. Personal training can feature instruction, body composition analysis, supplementation recommendations, and nutritional counseling.
Dr. Igor Schwartzman, who has studied and researched holistic medicine at Boston University and the Harvard School of Public Health, works to uphold the six principles of naturopathy at Whole Family Wellness Center. The pillars include embracing the healing power of nature, seeking out the root cause of each ailment, and teaching patients how to prevent future illness. Though Dr. Schwartzman treats patients of all ages, his specialty lies in women's health, hormone imbalances, and infertility.
The clinic's two licensed acupuncturists, Kendra Ward and Amy Chitwood, have traveled around the globe cultivating a passion for alternative medicine. Their treatments help patients to overcome a variety of ailments and reduce stress after chaperoning bovine field trips to china shops. In the clinic's private rooms, soothed sighs drift amid eastern paper screens, statuettes, and rustling potted plants.
"Om Base is not here to change you, but simply to support your change.” This feeling of support radiates from the cozy, cabin-like studio, where stone deities lift their hands in greeting just beyond the front door and a rotating, mini gallery of local artwork flanks the welcoming reception desk. Inside the rustic practice room, beams of sunlight shine across warm wood floors, while a wood-burning space heater melts inhibitions and keeps faces from freezing mid-lion pose. Designed with all ages and abilities in mind, classes can focus on slower movements that emphasize healing and introspection; active, fitness oriented routines; or modified moves for expectant mothers or those with mobility issues.
Several of OmBase’s instructors are also masters of massage, energy manipulation, and acupuncture, and provide these services in addition to their yoga teachings.