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Goodwill, Dr. Noah

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Phone Number
(503) 445-7999
Address
5331 SW Macadam Avenue
Portland, OR
97239

About Us

After completing his undergraduate degree in Biology from Washington State University in 1996, Dr. Goodwill attended Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon, achieving his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree (D.C.) in 2002. He was an associate doctor of the Parkrose Chiropractic and Health Clinic until he co-founded Element Wellness and Sports Rehabilitation with his wife, Christina Goodwill, a physical therapist, in 2005. Since this time, he has enjoyed family chiropractic/wellness from an integrative-based perspective, which includes physical therapy, acupuncture, and massage therapy. This team approach has led to an increase in patient satisfaction and accelerated healing. In 2007, Dr. Goodwill completed a year-long postgraduate course in the field of Sports Medicine, earning professional credentialing as a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician®(C.C.S.P.) by the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians® Dr. Goodwill has been fortunate to work with a wide variety of patients, including those who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents, lifestyle/overuse injuries as well as athletic injuries. His specialty is working with both recreational and professional athletes, ranging from cyclists, runners, football players (high school, college and NFL), and those involved in mixed martial arts (MMA). His experience has allowed him to be the exclusive Chiropractic Physician for Sportfight® since 2004, as well as sponsoring two current Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) athletes, Nate Quarry and Ed Herman. Additionally, Dr. Goodwill has been the chiropractic physician for the Central Catholic High School Football team since 2007. Dr. Goodwill is trained in several manipulation and soft tissue techniques (ie. Graston technique, pin and stretch/Active Release Technique (ART), Mckenzie and myofascial release technique to name a few) that result in excellent outcomes and decreased healing times…this translates into fewer visits. Dr. Goodwill has always lived an active and athletic lifestyle and understands how truly important the role of exercise/movement can be on our bodies and mind. He played volleyball for Washington State University where they placed 5th in the nation in 1995 and 2nd in 1996. He currently enjoys staying active by competing in triathlons, snow skiing, biking, and helping raise his two kids with his wife, Chris). Dr. Goodwill was fortunate to work with Phil Claud, a former Olympic athlete and coach, who has owned and operated Sports Lab Training for many years with the main goal to promote wellness to professional athletes, as well as the “weekend warrior”, by implementing rehabilitative treatment strategies that correspond with the high demands of specific sport related injuries. By working closely together, the two were able to provide a seamless transition from injury rehabilitation to intense sport performance training, which in turn, prevents further injury. It is through Dr. Goodwill’s broad range of education and clinical experience that has inspired him to practice and promote researched based treatment strategies that are gentle, safe and effective. He also strives to educate his patients regarding their specific injury/illness, which in turn, empowers them to take an active role in the rehabilitation process as well as prevention of further injuries. By providing this type of care at Element Wellness and Sports Rehabilitation, patients are more likely to return to an active and healthy lifestyle as soon as possible.

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