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Welcome Dr. West!

By: Jen Goff-Hawkins

We are excited to welcome Dr. Nic West to the Hosmer Chiropractic Health team at our Pearl District location! From a young age, Dr. Nic West knew he wanted to help people. The first time he heard the philosophy of Chiropractic, he realized it was the path he wanted to follow. Originally from Indiana, Dr. West pursued his education at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. While attending Palmer,…

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BurnCycle – Join the Pack

By: Jen Goff-Hawkins

Did you know that BurnCycle is located only 1 block away from Hosmer Chiropractic Health? We are excited to share why we think BurnCycle could be a wonderful complement to the services at Hosmer Chiropractic Health. Not sure what BurnCycle is or how it could benefit you? First thing’s first —  let’s talk about the basics. The following post is guest-written by Janessa, Studio Manager of BurnCycle.   What is…

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Welcoming Dr. Gradin!

By: Jen Goff-Hawkins

We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Jessi Gradin to the Hosmer Chiropractic Health team at our Multnomah Village location! Dr. Jessi Gradin is a native Pacific Northwesterner who loves sports, mountain biking with her husband Ty, playing soccer in the park and walks with their 6 year old golden retriever, Layla. A recent cum laude graduate of the University of Western states, she is enthusiastic about chiropractic practice, and particularly…

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Turn Your Keg Into A Six-Pack!

By: Dr. Seth Hosmer, DC

Core training is one of the most talked about, often misunderstood, and hotly debated topics in the health and fitness industry, and it is one of the most common topics on which we get questions here at the clinic. In this article our goal is to dispel some of the common myths and provide you with step-by-step protocol to help you achieve a strong and functional core. What is the…

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Body Care: Fix It Yourself or Call In Professional Help?

By: Dr. Seth Hosmer, DC

If you already do (or are thinking about doing) foam rolling and other self-care exercises at home to relieve pain or recover from an injury, good for you. People who sit a lot, who are active, or who’s job or hobbies involve repetitive motions often need to do extra work to keep joints functioning properly, muscle strength balanced and/or to control tightness and pain. And people often don’t recognize the…

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