Shephard chiropractic clinic staff

Our goal is to free patients from pain and discomfort, allowing them to live fuller, happier, and more active lives.
Whether for treatment of injury, relief of chronic pain, or general health maintenance, the Shephard Chiropractic Doctors and their team offer the latest in chiropractic and adjunctive treatments to help patients of all ages attain better health.

Office hours
Monday-Friday: 9:00am – 6:00pm.
Saturday: 9:00am – noon
Closed for lunch daily: 12:15 – 1:45pm

Schedule an Appointment
Call: 503.223.3826

Patient Forms
New Patient Packet
Personal Injury Questionnaire

Neck Pain Treatment

woman with neck painYour neck is the most vulnerable part of your spine. Not only does it support your 10 – 12 pound head, maintain a gentle forward curve, and permit head rotation, but it must also allow the free flow of nerve impulses to the head, face, hands and the rest of your body. Besides discomfort and annoyance, chronic neck pain is a sign that something is wrong… Read More

The Arthostim

arthostimThe Arthrostim adjusting tool provides pinpoint accuracy in which only the vertebrae and related tissues involved are corrected.
Today the Arthrostim is considered by many to be the most advanced and durable mechanized adjusting instrument in the world… Read More


whiplashEach year there are 3 million new whiplash injuries in the United States. The majority of those go untreated for a variety of reasons. One of the major reasons is because the victim thought that ‘the crash wasn’t that bad.’ Associated pain and symptoms can start anywhere from 3 months to many years later and can lead to debilitating pain and suffering… Read More

Portland’s Role in Chiropractic History

old Portland buildingChiropractic is a 116 year old profession and in that time it has grown to become one of the largest independent healthcare professions. A little known fact about the history of chiropractic is that when its founder, Daniel D. Palmer, came west from Iowa shortly after founding the first chiropractic college in 1897, he chose Portland as his destination… Read More