Sandy Riedman LAc, LMTSandy Reidman
Owner: Mandala Medicine Acupuncture
Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Massage

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Sandy is a licensed acupuncturist, herbalist, massage therapist and a certified yoga teacher. Her education includes a massage degree from East-West College of the Healing Arts, 700 hour yoga training certified by the Yoga Alliance, and a Masters degree from Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. She has owned her own healing medicine practice in Portland, OR since 1999.

Sandy’s treatments include massage therapy, acupuncture and may include one or more of the following modalities: electro-stim, cupping, moxa therapy, infrared heat therapy, and herbal formulas. Her focus is treating musculo-skeletal pain and dysfunction (low back pain, neck kinks, work related back and shoulder pain, spine related injuries, numbness/tingling nerve syndromes, sciatica, bursitis, arthritis,etc) migraines, headaches, stress related health issues, woman's health (fertility, PMS, hormone regulation, menopausal symptoms, acne).

Each person receives individual treatment and assessment, please call and talk to Sandy to see if acupuncture can help you.

 

 

Rachel Meredith ND, LAc
Naturopathy, Acupuncture

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www.receptivemedicine.com

Choose Dr. Rachel Meredith ND LAc MSOM BAH because you are looking for a physician for the whole family. Dr. Meredith has been studying medicine for over 18 years and in private practice for over a decade. She is well respected in her field and created the first dual degree residency here in Portland. Her aproach is based on science - individualized and comprehensive. But what you will love most is her ability to truly listen to your concerns and work steadily to help you regain the highest possible level of health. 

 

Dr. Meredith holds a doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine, a Masters in Oriental Medicine and a degree in Honours Psychology. You will get a Western and Eastern diagnosis/second opinion each time you meet. She will educate you about why you became sick in the first place. This knowledge will empower you to change the underlying cause of your illness to help you feel better AND remain healthy. If you are a motivated patient, Dr. Meredith is ready to help you get back on your feet. This medical practice offers accurate diagnosis, compassionate care and effective treatment. Dr. Meredith specializes in difficult to treat symptoms, endocrinology, women's health and pediatrics.

 

 

Kelly Barrett, DCKelly Barrett
Chiropractic, Nutrition

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https://evolvewellnesspdx.com/

Kelly Barrett is a chiropractic physician and a dietitian. She believes in natural methods of health care that treat the cause of physical problems rather than the symptoms. Her approach to wellness recognizes the integration of the whole person in order to pursue optimum health.

 

Kelly graduated from Purdue University in 1992 with a B.S. in Dietetics.  After graduating, she worked as a Research Assistant at the University of Minnesota and then at the CORE Laboratory at OHSU.  In 1998 she graduated Cum Laude from the University of Western States.  Since then, she has enjoyed private practice in Portland and teaching at the University of Western States.  She is certified in trauma by the Spine Research Institute of San Diego, which specializes in the diagnosis, treatment and management of car accident injuries.  She is also certified in the Graston Technique, which specifically detects and breaks up scar tissue in the muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia.

 

  

 

Kileen Swenson LAc, RYT
Acupuncture, bodywork, Chinese herbal medicine

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A native to Oregon, Kileen Swenson is a licensed acupuncturist, body worker, Chinese herbalist and Yoga Teacher. She strongly believes in the body’s own ability to heal itself when given attention to the parts that are calling to be rebalanced. Kileen has been fortunate enough to work with a range of communities and clients including Women’s health and fertility, trauma and drug rehabilitation patients, sports and musculoskeletal injury, and those with long-term chronic disease. Her treatments include a combination of cupping, body work, and acupuncture techniques. Kileen graduated from one of the nations top acupuncture schools, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine. Additionally, she has studied under several teachers to develop her own intuitive guidance abilities, which she incorporates into each treatment. She graduated from the University of Oregon in 2005 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in photography and enjoys the study of mycology and making herbal medicines in her free time. Kileen is currently licensed to practice Acupuncture by the state board of medicine in Oregon.

 

 

 

 

Joleen Fuller, LAc

Acupuncture, Shiatsu and Chinese herbal medicine

Joleen is a licensed acupuncturist who is focused on improving the health of the whole person. Before becoming an acupuncturist, she had a career in social work advocating for women and children. She brings this experience to her practice as an acupuncturist by being patient centered and helping her patients find lasting change in their whole health.  She loves treating all patients with a focus on digestive health, mental and emotional well-being, pregnancy, and post-partum health. She particularly enjoys working with folks who have never tried acupuncture. 

Joleen received her Master’s degree from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She received her BA in Sociology and Gender Studies from Lewis and Clark College. 

Joleen has lived in Portland for almost 20 years and is still in love with all that it offers, including good people, good food, and access to the outdoors. When she is not working, she spends time with her young son and husband, camping, cooking and throwing impromptu dance parties in the kitchen. 

Joleen believes that acupuncture and Chinese medicine work best when the treatment is individualized and the patient has an active role in their health care plan.  She helps patients set their unique goals and supports them in the work it takes to achieve them.

 

 

 

 

 

Katy Kemp, PT
Physical Therapy

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Katy integrates a unique combination of movement/yoga therapy, with hands on touch, both massage and manual therapy.

Katy earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2006 from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon.

Katy received her yoga therapy training through the American Viniyoga Institute.

Katy's dynamic method is reflected in her specialized focus on helping with chronic overuse, sport and work related injuries, balance difficulties and post-surgical rehab recovery.

Katy’s approach addresses the root causes of discomfort and limited function. She encompasses a wide understanding of each patient’s nervous and musculoskeletal dysfunctions, especially problems with fatigue, weakness, stiffness and pain.

Her devotion to helping others heal extends outside of the clinic as well. Her love for travel and adventure have taken Katy to many far corners of the globe, where she mixes her travel pleasure with volunteer service. In 2011 Katy volunteered her physical therapy services to the Acupuncture Relief Project in Chapagaon, Nepal. In February 2015, she ventured to a rural communities in Honduras where she provided medical care and physical therapy.

 

 

 



Shaney Aalbers, LMT
Massage

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I have been a licensed massage therapist since 2000. I have been certified as a movement and breathing instructor (exercise and yoga) since 1995. Oh, and I have an undergraduate degree in community health education from Portland State University (B.S.). I am certain that I am fortunate to choose these career outlets so as to be held accountable to my own self care and discipline practices.

 
When my hands, arms and voice are not moving and guiding other bodies for 'work', I gratefully spend my time in any one of the following ways: boarding (surf, skate, snow), rolling on wheels (bicycle or motorcycle), climbing (outdoor/sport or indoor/bouldering), camping in my van, dancing, or napping. Many of these activities allow me to be accompanied by two of my best buds, Dylan and Dixie (my dog friends).
 
Whether you are raging in your own recreation or recovering from the long-standing postures or patterns that stem from you and your art or career, it is likely that some of the body's resources will be overused and in need of preparation or recovery assistance. It is an honor to share with you the techniques and tools that I have learned to trust as we support the body's inherent wisdom to heal, supplementing connective tissues, joint spaces, and vital potentiality. 
 
 
 
 

 
 

Jess Evans, LMT

Massage

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Jess Evans studied Massage and Bodywork Therapy at East West College for the Healing Arts (2013) followed by the study of Zen and Quantum Shiatsu. Knowing the Body as the vital housing for our Consciousness and our Soul informs her life and her work both as a Bodyworker and as a Dancer/Movement Artist (BA in Dance 2008). Her work addresses the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects of how we are engaging with our life, how that may be showing up in our bodies as pain and dis-ease, and how we can notice and inhabit this discomfort in order to heal and move in our lives with increased freedom. Myofascial, Structural, and Deep Tissue engagement with the soft tissue structures in addition to the multi-dimensional and centering arts of Zen and Quantum Shiatsu make up the majority of her bodywork practice. Her knowledge and study of dance and movement arts lends itself to feeling into the subtleties of her client’s bodies and offers insights into how her clients can animate their bodies in constructive and rehabilitating ways.

 

 
 

Christina Gagelmann, LMT

Massage

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Practicing massage and bodywork since 2012, my work is focused on correcting musculoskeletal imbalances to relieve pain and restore physical function. I've helped people eliminate pain, restore mobility, enhance athletic performance, recover from injuries, and improve recovery post surgery.

My primary techniques include myofascial release, strain-counterstrain, Active Isolated Stretching, joint mobilization, and joint capsule release. My sessions focus on finding the root cause of pain and dysfunction by treating postural deviations and compensation patterns.

I've added visceral massage to my list of modalities to further address musculoskeletal pain and disorders (everything is connected!), promote optimal organ function, reduce negative effects of stress, and aide with other related health issues.