Welcome to Move Better.

A chiropractic clinic with a movement obsession
serving the Portland Metro area.

Call us at (503) 432-1061 or visit us at either
833 N Shaver Street, PDX or
6730 SE Mall Street, PDX

For People

Move Better Chiropractic focuses around a simple theory: your body can heal itself, it just needs to know how. Given the appropriate movement options, you can protect your body when injured, improve healing time, reduce pain, improve function, and create long lasting solutions instead of temporary relief. This view allows patients to frequently get significant relief with their first treatment and most conditions being resolved in 5 treatments.

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For Pets

Our furry companions need help too. Animal chiropractic treatment involves restoring joint motion, corrective and preventative exercise therapy, and educating owners.  Our goal is to improve the quality of life for your animals, improve their performance, and provide options to invasive procedures.

For Performance

We focus on the lost art of programming.  Performance is a numbers game and you should train as such.  If you do not have a formal plan of training, you are just burning calories.  Good programming creates obvious improvements with the least amount of time necessary. We are also able to quickly change faulty movement patterns.  It is common for our strength athletes to see 10 lb. to 50 lb Personal Record increase in the first treatment  Endurance athletes generally see a 30 second/mile decrease after their first treatment.

Chiropractic for Performance

Move Better - Feel Better.

Or call us at (503) 432-1061 to schedule your appointment today. We’re open Mondays through Fridays from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Federal and state holidays excluded.

Hello. We are Move Better Chiropractic.

michael quasney

Dr. Michael “Q” Quasney, DC

Dr. Michael Quasney (Dr. Q) has been helping people for over 10 years. Initially he worked in social services, specifically in therapeutic foster care, guiding foster children and teaching foster parents. After realizing a passion for movement, he became a personal trainer and quickly found that his patients were using his services to heal.  An easy progression brought him to University of Western States, graduating in 2015 with a Doctorate in Chiropractic.

Dr Whitney Phillips

Dr. Whitney Phillips, DC

Dr. Whitney Phillips graduated in 2015 from the University of Western States and brings a high level of excellence and enthusiasm to the practice of chiropractic. In addition to receiving her doctorate, she received her Master’s Degree in Sports Exercise and Sports Science, where she gained extensive experience working with athletes.

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