Jeanne Kennedy Crosby D.C. has been in chiropractic practice in Portland, Oregon since 2001. She has certification in Applied Kinesiology from the International College of Applied Kinesiology and has practiced structural and nutritional muscle testing since 2003. She completed Advanced Clinical Training in Nutrition Response Testing in January 2011. Her interest in natural healing and nutrition has been lifelong; Jeanne has had health issues, physically challenging experiences, and movement problems that have been improved and even fully resolved as a result of her dedication to learning. She has been fortunate to meet, learn from and be treated by some of the most innovative leaders in natural health. Jeanne has lived in Portland, Oregon since 1993. She has played bass guitar in several local music projects and currently performs, records and tours with Miss Massive Snowflake. She loves cooking, gardening and traveling.
Dr. Stark is a Chiropractor who specializes in the holistic treatment of the human body focusing on structural, biochemical, and neurological problems on a highly individualized basis. He has extensive training in Applied Kinesiology and Functional Medicine and feels that these tools are fundamental to achieving the highest degree of health and function in his patients. Dr. Stark attended the University of Western States in Portland, OR where he received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree in June of 2016. He has accumulated over 1,000 hours of continuing education on top of the over 4,000 hours needed to be licensed as a chiropractor. He currently lives and practices in Portland, OR. When he isn’t helping others he spends his time hiking and rock climbing around the cascades with his dog, Bullet.
Liorah Riutzel, L.M.T.
Liorah Riutzel graduated from East West College of the Healing Arts in 2011. She has developed advanced skills in trigger point and myofascial release, structural analysis, and craniosacral therapy. She enjoys reading, cooking, and outdoor activities. She is a dedicated bicycle commuter.