Back In Motion Now In-Network With Providence, Pacific Source, HealthNet, and ASHN

Back In Motion Now In-Network With Providence, Pacific Source, HealthNet, and ASHN

Back In Motion Chiropractic & Sports Rehab in Beaverton, Oregon is pleased to announce that Drs. Meisenhelder & Scherer are now in-network with Providence, Pacific Source, Health Net, and American Specialty Health Plans. Please note that this coverage currently only applies to chiropractic care. Expanding our network coverage is a continuation of our goal to bring high-level, affordable care to everyone in need in the Beaverton & Portland areas. Combined with our recent partnering with the Cigna health network and ChiroHealth discount medical network, we can now offer our services to a much broader segment of our local community whether fully insured, under-insured, or uninsured.

Please contact our office for more detailed information regarding your specific coverage and to schedule your appointment.

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Back In Motion Welcomes Sports Chiropractic Intern Dan Skinner

Back In Motion Welcomes Sports Chiropractic Intern Dan Skinner

Back In Motion welcomes Sports Chiropractic Intern Dan Skinner to the Beaverton, Oregon team. Dan joins the Back In Motion chiropractic team from Palmer College of Chiropractic West Campus in San Jose, CA for his clinical residency prior to graduation in June 2015.

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NEW ORANGETHEORY FITNESS STUDIO COMING TO TIGARD!

NEW ORANGETHEORY FITNESS STUDIO COMING TO TIGARD!

 

 

We’re excited to announce that one of our patients, Heather Klemm, along with her husband Stefan Klemm, are planning to open a new fitness studio, just down the street from Back In Motion’s office. 

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Lumbar Disc Injury - My Experience In Recovery

Through education and clinical practice, we become intimately aquatinted with the signs and symptoms of lumbar disc injury in our patients - tingling or pain in the legs, flexion intolerance, low back pain and tightness. We also know the classic activities most likely to cause disc injury - loaded spinal flexion. For years of school and practice I have lived the lumbar disc injury and recovery cycle countless times vicariously through my patients, being lucky to evade injury myself. Not without trying, I have pushed myself in the gym, performing exercises I know carry a high risk for lumbar injury - not out of recklessness, but out of a love for pushing my physical limits - never thinking I would join the 85% of the population destined for a low back injury during their lifetime. Then it happened. 

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