Welcome to Master s Touch Chiropractic Clinic!
Located in the heart of Portland, Oregon, the dedicated health professionals at Master s Touch are devoted to helping you achieve your wellness objectives — combining experience and expertise that span the entire chiropractic wellness spectrum. Dr. Paul Okamoto is committed to bringing you quick, full recovery aimed at eliminating the root problem. To minimize your chiropractic dependency, he also addresses postural issues and recommends home exercises.
Patients who receive care at Master s Touch Chiropractic Clinic can expect short term care and long lasting results because Dr. Okamoto targets both the bones and the surrounding muscle areas together. He insists on only the finest quality care through accurate diagnosis, experienced bone adjustments, and muscle treatments with modern equipment. Not sure if chiropractic can help you?
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To learn more about Dr. Okamoto and the clinic, click on the About Us tab.
Male or female for Billing Assistant position. Accounting, reception, and / or computer experience helpful. Wage based upon experience. Fax resume to 503-222-3883 or e-mail to [email protected] Call 503-224-2225 for more information.
New Address since April 2009
We have moved to: 1730 NE 10th Ave., Portland, OR 97212, close to the Lloyd Center. Lloyd Center / NE 11th Ave. MAX station. Free parking.
3D Spine Simulator
I visited Masters Touch after hearing the ‘back talk’ ad on the radio. My issue was lower back pain that would flair up after long trips(plane, car etc). I also had a numb spot that would trouble me on and off. After several adjustments, the lower back pain no longer is an issue, even after cross country flights. The numb spot on my upper back is an on and off issue, but its getting better as my posture improves.
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