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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

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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

Dr. Kimber Savage, chiropractic neurologist

Dr. Kimber Savage


Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Savage (she/her) is a Chiropractic Physician and Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board. She graduated from University of Western States and completed her clinical neuroscience training with the Carrick Institute. She grew up in Alexis, Illinois, and graduated from San Francisco State University in 2008 with an undergraduate degree in Physiology. Also in San Francisco, she completed her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training at the Yoga Tree in 2012.

Her practice focuses on balance disorders, concussion care, migraine headaches and improving the quality of life of those living with Parkinson’s. She enjoys employing a variety of brain-based rehabilitation approaches, as well as mindfulness meditation training, positive mindset training and neurofeedback. She believes that actively involving conscious awareness in the process of healing is a key contributor to positive clinical outcomes.

In her time away from work, she enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, practicing equilibre and yoga, swinging her flaming jumprope, HIIT training, riding her motorcycles, cooking gourmet meals, reading any and all personal growth and evolution books, meditating, and studying quantum physics, consciousness & neuroscience.

What is Chiropractic Neurology and what conditions could benefit from care?

Chiropractic neurology is a subspecialty of chiropractic practice. A chiropractic neurologist diagnoses and treats a range of disorders affecting the nervous system. The therapy a chiropractic neurologist prescribes does not include drugs or surgery. Typical dysfunctions treated by a chiropractic neurologist include a variety of disorders affecting the peripheral nervous system, such as radiculopathy or other peripheral nerve entrapment syndromes. They also work with patients who have central nervous system disorders such as Parkinson’s or post-stroke rehabilitation. They also provide concussion care and treat those with traumatic brain injuries. In addition to providing therapies and treatments, a chiropractic neurologist can provide counseling about diagnostic dilemmas and offer advice about the care a patient may already be receiving. They use many tools to come to a diagnosis: physical examination, laboratory values, radiographs, MRI, CT, and many other available tests.

What can be expected during a visit?

Your initial visit will typically include a comprehensive neurological and physical examination, and will take 60-90 minutes. During this visit, we will also talk about your case in detail to get a holistic view of you as a whole person. Depending on the diagnosis, your treatment may consist of eye movement therapy, vestibular therapy, movement and proprioceptive therapy, chiropractic adjustments, biofeedback, cold laser application, application of vibrotactile stimulation, meditation techniques, nutrition recommendations, supplement suggestions, and lifestyle improvements.

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