JOHN TUTTLE - DC, MS, CCSP, CKTPDOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC AND CLINIC DIRECTOR
Dr. Tuttle was born and raised in Korea and moved to Oregon when he was fifteen. He studied pre-med and received a Bachelors of Science from Oregon State University (OSU). After graduating, he attended Western States Chiropractic College (WSCC) to become a Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine. Dr. Tuttle has a lifelong love for soccer and thus participates in, but is not limited to, treatments and rehabilitation therapies for soccer specific injuries.
PATTY MCDUFFEY - LAC, MACOM, DIPL.OMACUPUNCTURIST
Patty received her BA from Emory University in 2001 and her Master’s in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2010 from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine. She completed an internship at Oregon Health & Science University as well as at Old Town Clinic/Central City Concern, Portland, OR, a sub-acute detox clinic. In fall 2010, she completed an internship at the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine in Nanjing, China.
SCOTT HILLS - LMTMASSAGE THERAPIST
Scott attended Oregon School of Massage and has been licensed for massage in the state of Oregon since 1998. He has attended training on Deep Tissue, Receptor Tonus Method, Neuromuscular and Primal Reflex Release Techniques. After a ten-year adventure in another field, he has returned to active practice once again. He can provide Swedish massage for relaxation, and along with the above mentioned, uses Trigger-point and Muscle Energy Techniques to provide lasting results for common aches and pain as well.
MICHELLE WANEKA - LACACUPUNCTURIST
Michelle comes from Homer Alaska, where she spent nearly 20 years as Executive Director of a non-profit health care clinic. It was here that she learned to love and care about creating the best possible experience for each individual in the present moment, and she is pleased to carry that into her work as a Licensed Acupuncturist. She received her MACOM degree at OCOM in Portland, widely considered to be the top college in the nation. She is nationally certified through the NCCAOM.