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Massage Therapy:


Much like chiropractic care, massage seeks to offer healing through a hands-on, drug-free technique, providing a long-term benefit of lasting relief.  When combined, the two can be especially helpful. 


Physical Benefits of Therapeutic Massage:


  • Fosters faster healing of strained muscles and sprained ligaments

  • Reduces pain and swelling

  • Reduces formation of excessive scar tissue

  • Improves circulation of blood and movement of lymph fluids

  • Helps relieve tension, strain and whiplash related headaches

  • Reduces muscle spasms

  • Provides greater joint flexibility and range of motion

  • Helps relieve muscle tension and stiffness

  • Promotes deeper and easier breathing

  • Rehabilitation after injury

  • Strengthens the immune system

  • Improves posture

Chiropractic Wellness Care

Receiving a spinal adjustment to help your nervous system function and communicate effectively is an ideal and primary reason for wellness care.



The term subluxation is used by doctors of chiropractic to depict the altered position of the vertebra and subsequent functional loss, which determines the location for the spinal manipulation. Subluxation has been defined medically as a partial abnormal separation of the articular surfaces of a joint.



The most common symptom associated with sciatica is pain that radiates along the path of the sciatic nerve, from the lower back and down one leg; however, symptoms can vary widely depending on where the sciatic nerve is affected. Some may experience a mild tingling, a dull ache, or even a burning sensation, typically on one side of the body. Some patients also report pins-and-needles sensation, most often in the toes or foot and numbness or muscle weakness in the affected leg or foot.


Herniated Discs

Symptoms from a disc herniation can be excrutiating, but one of the most effective ways to care for this type of injury is by seing a chiropractor.


Pinched Nerves

Chiropractic therapy is extremely helpful in treating pinched nerves. Pinched nerves usually are caused by either a bony impingement - meaning there might be a joint that is pressing on the nerve - or in many cases, by a bulging disc, herniated disc, or tight muscles. Chiropractic treatment can relieve pressure from the nerve and offer remarkable relief from pinched nerve pain. 



While there are varying kinds of headaches, most people end up relying on a protocol of prescription medicine or drugs as their standard of care. Being adjusted by a chiropractor is an effective way of naturally caring for the root cause of headache symptoms by removing interference from the nervous system.


Sports Injuries & Athletic Performance

Our staff has spent time caring for athletes from professional sports teams, as well as amateur athletes from the Oregon universities and high schools. Chiropractic care is being utilized as a regular theraputic modality by professional and amateur athletes to help them gain a competitive edge.


Work Injury Recovery

Chiropractic care can help you fully recovery if you have been injured while at work or on the job. Helping you get your health back to 100% is the top priority of a chiropractor.


Car Accident Recovery

Nobody wants to be in a motor vehicle accident, but they do happen. Seeing a chiropractor to be evaluated following a car accident can be an essential part of an effective and long lasting recovery from injuries. It's a well-known fact that chiropractors are experts in helping the body heal from soft tissue damage from these types of accidents.


Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese practice involving the use of thin, sterile and disposable needles inserted at specific points to stimulate, disperse, and regulate the flow of Qi, or vital energy, and restore a healthy balance to the body’s systems.

For patients interested in talking with Dr. Colner about how nutritional supplements can benefit your health, please download and fill out the above PDF questionnaire and bring to your appointment.

Diet & Nutrition
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