He’s the Chiropractor to Olympians, rock stars, weekend athletes, kids, pregnant moms, and your grandma. Dean Clark is always looking for new and better ways to alleviate pain and bring about better health. His expertise and great bedside manner have given him the privilege to be the Olympic Chiropractor to world-class athletes at THREE different Olympics (2000, 2008, 2012). His rock star healer status has also caught the attention of actual rock stars who’ve flown him to their homes and/or on the road to treat them. You’d think this kind of access would go to a guys’ head…but not Dr. Clark. He’s the kindest, most down-to-earth person.
As a chiropractor since 1984, he’s led a successful business practice helping thousands of people. And he’s an innovator. He’s an industry leader in Thermal/Infrared Imaging – a painless, non-invasive, non-x-ray way to see what’s going on inside the body. However, the innovation he’s currently the giddiest about is the Bolt Tape he’s creating – he’s seen some amazing healing. Current testing has shown that when this tape is placed on the correct organ/acupressure point/body area, it helps healing take place even faster than with manipulation or drugs alone.
Thank God for innovators who go outside the box, around the box, and basically take the whole box apart to see how it works and then put it back together more efficiently. That’s in a nutshell what Dr. Dean Clark is doing in his continuing work to heal people quickly and effectively. And if your problem is outside his knowledge, he’ll refer you to his vast array of associates in a wide variety of fields, from allopathic medicine, allergy testing, acupuncture, hormone testing and preventive medicine, therapeutic massage and more.
Other interesting things about Dr. Clark:
Graduated from Western States Chiropractic College 1983
Past National President of American Chiropractic Association of Infrared Imaging.
Current National Secretary-Treasurer ACA Board of Infrared Imaging
Board Certified in Infrared Imaging 2004. Currently the only one in the Northwest
Former Track and Cross Country Coach at Stanford and OSU
Private practice in Portland since 1984.
Published researcher in 2010, on energy medicine.
Several research projects currently in process for publication.