Chiropractic treatments may include spinal manipulation, extremity manipulation, manual therapy, physical therapy modalities and therapeutic exercise. Each treatment is individualized to utilize the most effective combination to alleviate pain and get you back to doing the things you love.
Movement and exercise is a valuable tool for the rehabilitation of back pain, sports injuries and achy joints. Exercises are selected for your needs and ability and progressed to gradually improve your physical function and reduce your pain. We want you to return to your sports and activities stronger and healthier than before!
In Oregon, if you are in a car accident you are eligible for a minimum of $15,000 to cover your health care costs through Personal Injury Protection (PIP). This can be applied towards Chiropractic care among other treatments. No referral is required.
To open a claim call your auto insurance provider and then provide our clinic with your insurance company name, claim number and the name and phone number of your claims adjuster.
If you have any questions please contact our office for more information.
If you were injured while at work you may be eligible to receive worker's compensation benefits to cover your medical expenses and time missed from work.
In Oregon, Chiropractic physicians can be your attending physicians for these claims and can perform the initial physical examination to determine claim eligibility. If your claim is accepted you are entitled to 18 chiropractic visits or 60 days of chiropractic care if your chiropractor is your attending physician.
Contact us if you have been injured at work and would like to open a claim, or if you have additional questions.
Pelvic Floor Therapy is a specific type of physical therapy for problems related to the basket of muscles and nerves that supports your internal organs at the base of your abdominal cavity within your pelvis.
Symptoms of pelvic floor disorders include pain in and around the vagina, low back, or tail-bone, and may be worsened with sexual intercourse or during a bowel movement.
Treatment of the pelvic floor typically includes an internal exam similar to that at an Ob/Gyn, however treatment can be done without if the patient is not comfortable. Patients who most often are referred to a Pelvic Floor Therapist include those who are currently or are trying to become pregnant, those who have had children, or those with urinary dysfunction.
For Pelvic Floor Therapy, please schedule with Dr. Leah Dash, who is a certified Pelvic Floor Therapy provider.
Dr. Lowe specializes in teaching the fundamentals of nutrition to maximize health and performance and maintain a health body weight. A plan will be designed to make small achievable changes that can be maintained long term. You will walk away with a greater understanding of how the body works and with the skills you need to improve and maintain your health and weight for life.