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Woodburn, OR 97071 US

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  • Dr.
    Daniel J. Miller
    D.C.

    Dr. Dan has provided chiropractic and rehabilitative care at Northwood Health Center since graduating in 1994. After a football injury in high-school, Dr. Dan was told by his medical doctor that he would be fine in a couple of weeks. Six months later and still unable to stand more than 30 minutes at a time, chiropractic helped him recover and function in his life again. It was then that Dr. Dan knew chiropractic was his future.

    In addition to graduating from Western States Chiropractic College with a doctorate in chiropractic (D.C.), Dr. Dan has education in sports medicine and has taken courses on Collision Reconstruction with Texas A&M University and Brain Traumatology. 

    Dr. Dan has served on many professional Boards and Committees working to protect the rights of injured Oregonians as well as keeping the chiropractic profession accountable for appropriate care and proper patient management.

    Dr. Dan tries to teach and live a life of health for himself and his family. His drug-free philosophy in life is a perfect companion to the philosophy of chiropractic. When the body is allowed to heal itself as God intended, without the use of toxic drugs or invasive surgeries, the outcome will be much healthier and more effective in the long run.

  • Dr.
    Steve DeShaw
    D.C., P.C., F.I.C.C.

    Dr. Steve has been in practice since 1974. His dream of providing the highest quality health care to the patients of Northwood is a reality with the utilization of all the specialties offered at our center. 

    Following Dr. Steve's graduation from Western States Chiropractic College in 1974, he has gone on to continue his education in many fields associated with our patients' needs in order to better serve them. He has completed post-graduate courses in radiology (x-ray), spinal trauma associated with automobile crashes, collision reconstruction, spinal rehabilitation and biomechanics of the spine. He has been very influential in the chiropractic associations of Oregon.

    Dr. Steve has been surrounded by the beneficial aspects associated with chiropractic and natural health care alternatives. His philosophy of providing drug-free health care to as many people as possible has allowed thousands of people from across the nation to benefit from his knowledge and treatment. He loves serving people and hopes to continue helping his patients for many years to come.

  • Dr.
    Maksim Shcheglyak
    L.Ac., MSTOM

    Maksim “Max” Shcheglyak has been fascinated with the art of Chinese medicine since he was a kid. During his childhood years whenever he experienced any sickness, his beloved grandmother would use herbal medicine in order to treat him. The effectiveness of natural herbs inspired him to pursue a career in herbology.

    Max’s path led him to the state of California and the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, where he was introduced to the medical modality of acupuncture.  He was really amazed with acupuncture as it helped him treat many of his own health issues, including bronchitis, allergies and a digestive disorder. Later he went to the South Baylo University where he learned more about acupuncture, herbal medicine, and Chinese massage therapy. He graduated in 2015 with a Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine.

    Max really enjoys helping people to get better and always educates his patients on how to take good care of their body and mind. He strongly believes that every human has the power to treat themselves with the right guidance.  With the use of acupuncture points and herbs Maksim helps the body by guiding its natural resources to the affected area in order to provide accelerated healing.      

  • Dr.
    Tyler Coxen

    Tyler is inspired to help people feel and be their best, most optimized self through massage therapy and bodywork.  After being involved in a car accident during high school, he experienced first hand the benefits of combining chiropractic care with massage therapy.  After graduating from the University of Western States massage program in 1993, he completed a sports massage internship at Portland State University.  He has served as part of the meet medical team for the prestigious Prefontaine Classic Track Meet, World Junior Track Championships and the USA Olympic Track and Field Trials.  He has continued his education in sports and orthopedic massage, attaining advanced certifications in kinesiology taping and instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization. 

    Tyler believes that an active lifestyle is one of the keys to living a healthy and happy life.  He loves to spend as much time as possible outside with his wife and dog.  You will often find him hiking, biking, camping, kayaking, or running the trails training for his next ultra-marathon.

  • Dr.
    Diane Stone
    L.M.T. #15545

    Diane was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska and moved to Oregon in 1988.  After a career in hair styling, she attended the Oregon School of Massage in 2008.  She has always been a believer in the healing benefits of massage therapy.  

    She has worked independently and in chiropractic clinics.  She loves her work and enjoys helping people regain range of motion within their body, relieve daily stress and achieve overall well being through massage.  

    She is happily married to a beautiful grown daughter and four furry cat friends.  When not working, she is probably quilting but also love the great outdoors with short walks, long hikes, and gardening.

  • Dr.
    Carmen Ionesco
    ND

    Dr. Carmen Ionescu (Yo-Ne-Skoo) earned her Naturopathic Doctor (ND) degree from NUNM in Portland, and her MD degree from Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Romania's capital.  She specialized in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.  Her MD degree is ECFMG accredited for the USA.  A proud moment was when she took her USA citizenship oath in Portland during Fleet Week aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Waesche.

    Since Dr. Carmen's childhood in Romania, nature medicine and folkways have been part of her life and upbringing in her profession, partnering with the patient.  At the side of grandparents and village elders, on mountain paths and country fields, Dr. Carmen learned the rich folk remedies, the wisdom of the ages, the kets to physical and mental health.  To that wisdom, she harmonizes the breadth and science of modern medicine.

    Her personal interests have embraced Qi-LinGong, QiDao, Buddhist mysticism and native Lakota folkways.  She and her husband, Ron, are observant Orthodox Christians.

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  • "My seizure activity has been reduced by 75%. It has made me such a happier person. I have a much better sense of well-being. I hold my head up higher. And, I can actually have a social life now. Thank you Northwood Health Center! Life is extraordinary!"
    Brien, (age 50) Florence, OR

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