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Chiropractors in Portland

Our goal is your goal!  We want you to feel better, move better, and live better.  Cascade Chiropractic & Wellness has the friendliest Portland chiropractors.  We specialize in auto injuries, upper cervical chiropractic care, full body chiropractic, and muscle injuries.  

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Chiropractic Treatment Plan

Chiropractic Treatment Plan What is a chiropractic treatment plan? A chiropractic treatment plan is simply a recovery plan. It is a plan made of the time it will take to complete, the therapy the doctor [...]

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Cat Cow Exercise

Cat Cow Exercise (For Spinal Mobility) This exercise is good to help with morning stiffness and general spinal mobility. Video: Cat Cow Exercise Step 1: Arch your back Tuck your belly button in Tuck your [...]

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Core Strengthening Exercises

Core Strengthening Exercises There are many core strengthening exercises! Here at Cascade Chiropractic and Wellness, we have several favorites. We like these exercises best because they are simple and effective. We also want people to [...]

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Auto injury chiropractor

An auto accident is a frustrating and sometimes very painful experience. Finding the right help can be difficult. An auto injury chiropractor will help you to recover.           Cascade Chiropractic and [...]

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Neck Exercises

Cervical Posture Roll (Neck Exercises for Stability) The cervical posture roll neck exercises strengthen your deep cervical flexors. This will help stabilize your neck, allow you to hold a good neck posture easier, and help [...]

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Concussions and Post-concussion Syndrome

Concussion and Post-Concussion Syndrome A concussion or mild traumatic brain injury most often happens after an impact to the head. A loss of consciousness may or may not occur for a concussion to be present. [...]