(503) 217-4457

3125 NE Holladay St, Suite B, Portland, OR

Acupuncture, Psychotherapy & Massage services

2410 SE 10th AVE, Portland, OR

Chiropractic & Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy services


Naturopathy & Medical Nutrition services

Emergency Announcement here

2410 SE 10th Ave,
Portland, OR

Chiropractic & Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy services

3125 NE Holladay St,
Suite B, Portland, OR

Acupuncture, Psychotherapy, & Massage services


Naturopathy & Medical Nutrition services

Emergency Announcement here

Covid-19 policy & guidelines

We want everyone to stay well.

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, we would like to share our policy and guidelines to better protect you. This is what you can expect the next time you come in:

1. Please cancel your appointment if you meet any of the following criteria over the past 2 weeks:

  • coughing
  • fever over 100.4 F
  • shortness of breath
  • travel out of town or country to known hot spots
  • exposure to someone who is either positive or suspected with COVID-19 (the late cancellation fee will be waived under these circumstances).

2. Screening:

  • Your temperature will be measured with a no-contact thermometer upon arrival.
  • Temperature under 100.4: you will be permitted to your designated treatment room.
  • Temperature over 100.4: we will recheck your temperature with an ear thermometer. If it’s still over 100.4 degrees, you will be asked to reschedule your appointment.
  • Cloth face coverings over your MOUTH AND NOSE are mandatory in our office.
  • If you do not come with one, we have masks available for purchase for $1.

3. No Waiting:

  • You will be brought back to your treatment room upon check in and negative screening.
  • Please text your provider from the parking lot or garden space and he/she will let you know to come on back.

4. Companions:

  • If you need to bring a companion to your appointment, the companion must kindly wait outside of our building. There are benches in the garden.

5. Treatment rooms:

  • We have installed air purification and ion sanitization units to ensure that clean air circulates throughout the clinic.
  • Hand sanitizers are placed in each treatment room, as well as in our waiting room and front desk area.
  • Treatment tables, surfaces, chairs, and door handles are thoroughly disinfected often.
  • We have covered table warmers and fleece pads with a waterproof, heat safe cover that is disinfected after every treatment.
  • Treatment room windows will be open.

6. Limited appointments:

  • We have staggered our providers’ schedules to limit the number of individuals in our office at any given time.
  • If you are unable to keep your appointment, please kindly provide us with 24-hour notice to avoid incurring a fee. If you need to reschedule as a result of illness or quarantine, the fee will be waived.

7. Expanded Telehealth appointments:

  • Telehealth visits are available in addition to in-person care.

8. Online Scheduling & Payment:

  • Appointments can be scheduled online. Please create an ACUITY account by clicking here to schedule and securely store your credit card for payment at the time of service.
  • We prefer to use non-touch checkout, so if you create your account in advance, we can charge your card on file after your visit. You can still pay by check or cash, if you’d like.

9. Paperless:

  • All consent forms and new patient forms will now be digital. Please update your demographic info when you set up your new account! We can also pass documents and treatment recommendations through your CHARM patient portal.

10. Personal protective equipment (PPE)

  • As required, please wear a cloth face covering. Our doctors and staff will be wearing masks at all times.


We thank you for your understanding.

Tasha Searles


advanced practice nurse

Tasha Searles, APRN, AGCNS-BC is a Queer, Autistic, ADHDer with Hypermobile Ehlers Danlos Syndrome + some other commonly co-occurring conditions. Originally from Indiana, they now reside in Portland, Oregon with their two rambunctious cats. Tasha enjoys spending time outdoors, reading, learning, and finding new ways to be creative.


Professionally, Tasha is trained as a Clinical Nurse Specialist (a type of advanced practice nurse, similar to a Nurse Practitioner), and has been a nurse for over a decade —mostly working with individuals impacted by chronic or complex health conditions. They started in diabetes care and became a Certified Diabetes Care & Education Specialist, so much of their work has been related to diabetes and nutrition. They also spent many years as a Nurse Navigator helping clients navigate the healthcare system. Their personal health journey, and realization of the huge gaps in available care, led them to shift their professional practice to serve others on similar journeys as their own.


Tasha has been told she’s inquisitive and “a very good detective”. Being curious, digging deep, and thinking outside of the box (all while keeping the whole picture in mind) are really her favorite things in this life. Tasha’s style in working with patients is as a consultant & coach. She believes you are the expert in your own self and aims to empower you, provide hope, and help you to use your own innate wisdom to live your best life!


Tasha’s goal is to create a safer space for all to receive appropriate healthcare that is affirming & accommodating of individual needs; a space that encourages exploration and self-determination of what wellness & thriving mean in your individual life. They practice from a trauma informed perspective that is neurodiversity, LGBTQ+, disability, & HAES affirming. Tasha is able to order diagnostic tests and prescribe medications, but also works with clients on nervous system safety, nutrition, hydration, gut health, musculoskeletal health & movement, sleep, mental & emotional health, stress management, creating a life they love, finding joy, & more.


Tasha is available for telehealth consultations for Oregon Health Plan members and is accepting new patients ages 16 & up. Because all visits are conducted virtually, Tasha does not serve as a Primary Care Provider (PCP). 


Areas of Focus:

  • Ehlers Danlos Syndrome & Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder
  • Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS)
  • Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS)
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Gastrointestinal concerns
  • Nutritional deficiencies
  • Neurodiversity Affirming care
  • LGBTQ+ Healthcare