Beaverton Chiropractor | Portland ChiropractorJob Title: Chiropractor Clinic Location: Beaverton 

Where I grew up: Ennis, TX

First job I ever had: First job ever: Mowing lawns as a 12 year old; first professional job was teaching assistant while working on my Master’s

If I wasn’t a chiropractor, I would be: A strength coach

Favorite Junk Food: Anything with chocolate

In my free time I like to: Work out, hike, walk around and explore Portland

Favorite Song:  “I Can’t Quit You Baby” by Led Zeppelin

Why I became a Chiropractor: I originally planned on attending medical school while I was in high school; however, a back injury as a senior threatened my chances of playing college football. Our team doctor helped get me playing at a high level within a couple of weeks, which sparked my interest and led to my path of studying exercise science in my undergraduate and graduate studies, with the intent to go to chiropractic college in the future.

Why I love what I do: I get to have fun every day while working and help people get back on their feet and back to their lives after they are injured.

Beaverton is one of our original clinics! You will find us on SW Canyon Rd, just across the street from The Beaverton Town Square, Fred Meyer.

Accident Care of Beaverton offers Chiropractic care, Massage, Acupuncture, Physical Therapy, and more.

Call the Beaverton Clinic Direct: 503-574-2222, or just stop in: 4130 SW 117th Ave. F, Beaverton, OR 97005
We are open M-F, 9am-7pm

We have been specializing in the treatment of Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) injuries, for over 10 years.

If you or a loved one have been in an car accident in the Beaverton Area, give us a call.
We are here and ready to help: 503-574-2222

 

A lot of people sustain injuries from road traffic accidents every day. Surprisingly, many still underestimate the forces involved in a collision until they get involved in one. When your car hits another car, especially if it’s running the opposite direction at a considerable speed, the force can be so strong that it could push your body hard, leaving various kinds of injury. Following are the most common types of car accident injury.

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No matter how safe the roads of Beaverton are, traffic collisions are still likely to happen. When they do, the drivers, passengers, and pedestrians involved may sustain injuries. Depending on their severity, these injuries can affect activities of daily living yet resolve without medical treatment or result in some level of permanent physical disability.

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The mechanics of breathing isn’t a topic many people spend time pondering. This automatic bodily function occurs with or without conscious thought. Controlled by a group of neurons at the base of your brain, known as the respiratory center, breathing belongs to a group of passive bodily mechanics the human body requires to survive. For the nearly 25 million Americans with asthma, however, the subconscious act of breathing holds far more importance than non-asthmatic persons. Read more

There’s nothing quite like going about your day when suddenly, a familiar tingle begins to form in your head. What starts off as a slight discomfort can transform into a debilitating migraine within moments. In the midst of a flare-up, it’s difficult to imagine how anyone else can empathize with such immense pain. The Migraine Research Foundation, however, states that this condition ranks as one of the top three illnesses in the world. In the United States alone, nearly 12 percent of the population is stricken by the pains of these intense headaches. Read more

Sciatica nerve pain is condition that causes pain, numbness, or a tingling sensation that affects the buttocks and travels down the back of the leg. It often occurs when the sciatic nerve becomes irritated due to inflammation or as a complication from a spine condition (i.e. herniated discs). Read more

Millions of people suffer from back pain. Beyond the discomfort associated with it, this kind of pain diminishes quality of life—that’s why many chronic back pain sufferers often find themselves missing out on activities that they enjoy. Some are even unable to accomplish very simple, everyday routines. Read more

If you’ve been involved in an automobile accident, it’s important to make sure that any injuries are taken care of immediately. While you might be able to easily tell if you have a broken bone or laceration, some internal injuries are less obvious. In fact, you might not even feel the immediate effects of these injuries. The pain of whiplash and soft tissue injuries might not show up until hours or even several days following your auto accident. A Beaverton chiropractor will be able to evaluate your injuries and prescribe a treatment plan to help with your recovery. Read more

Vehicular accidents can lead to various injuries, including back problems. Some patients complain of persistent back pain which affects not only their physical well-being but also their psychological welfare due to the anxiety it causes. If you’re interested but don’t know enough about chiropractic care for car accident back pain, read on and learn about the three techniques that a chiropractor can use to reduce joint inflammation and relieve back pain. Read more

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