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Dr. Jennifer Morrow, DC

I value the individualized story your body tells us. Using principles of Functional Medicine, along with my manual skills as both a Chiropractic physician and massage therapist, my approach to healing attempts to leave no stone unturned.

As an athlete, I have always had an appreciation for how the body works. As a massage therapist, I feel that I gained an intuitive healing capacity with my hands. This has been a wonderful asset as a Chiropractor in delivering safe, effective, and gentle care.

My Story

Hood River Chiropractor, serving the Columbia River Gorge, and the Greater Portland area

"I wanted to find an avenue that allowed me to continue using my healing hands, provided me with diagnostic tools, and also enabled me to play a role in the hopeful shift towards a more functional and sustainable delivery of health care.  Chiropractic has allowed me to do just that.”

While attending the University of Illinois to obtain her Bachelor's Degree in Kinesiology, Jennifer spent a year in Perth, Western Australia, where she met her husband. It was there that she decided to return for four years to complete her Chiropractic education.

Some of her extracurricular involvement while in school included treating families in rural India, professional surfers in South Africa, and working as an intern to the Seattle Mariners baseball team. Upon graduation, Dr. Morrow worked in a busy family wellness practice on the Sunshine Coast of Australia before returning to the U.S.

Hood River had been beckoning Dr. Morrow to return for nearly a decade. She settled back in the Gorge with her husband and two children, where they enjoy all the NW offers in terms of outdoor lifestyle.

“It is my mission, as well as my passion, to facilitate your body’s natural ability to heal itself.  The combination of Chiropractic, massage, rehabilitative exercise, and targeted nutrition is a recipe that I believe to be one of the best in supporting your mind and body from the inside out."