The office of Dr. Michelle Chard and Dr. Michelle Waggoner.
Active Family Chiropractic Is The Best in Gresham
At Active Family Chiropractic we believe that Chiropractic is for everyone. We treat everyone including:
- Hard Working Adults
- Stay at home mom’s (We assume that everyone knows stay at home mom’s are hard working!)
- Seniors (Whom we trust are working hard at not being at work.)
We are located in the heart of downtown Gresham.
When you choose a Gresham chiropractor to serve you think of Active Family Chiropractic. We are here to help you! Dr. Chard is our resident expert in pregnancy care and pediatrics. Dr. Waggoner has specialized training to help you stay in the game. Our highly trained doctors are here to help your family stay active and healthy.
We treat patients beyond neck or back pain!
In addition to their specialties Dr. Chard & Dr. Waggoner are trained in treating dysfunction related to bone, muscle, nerve or joint. In fact, they are the right choice to treat many of your common aches and pains. Did you know Chiropractic can help treat any of the following symptoms:
- Neck, Mid Back, or Low Back Pain
- Hip, Knee, Ankle or Foot Pain
- Shoulder, Elbow, Arm, or Hand Pain
- Muscle Strain / Sprains
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Short Leg (postural not anatomical)
- and much more!
Stretching and exercises guidance is offered as part of a plan to help train your body in good habits (and out of bad ones).
Ultrasound creates deep heat through the vibrations of the sound waves.
Electrical Stim uses mild currents to help relax muscles, reduce swelling, and relieve pain.
Heat and Ice Heat and ice both have their place in the chiropractic treatment arsenal.
ART (Active Release Technique) is a patented, state of the art soft tissue system of movement based technique
Craniosacral (CST) is a gentle, hands-on method of evaluating and enhancing the functioning of a physiological body system called the craniosacral system.
Dealing with Aches and Pains? Deep tissue massage focuses on the muscle tissue that lies under other muscle layers.