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Catherine Maddox, DC, DACNB - Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist
Dr. Maddox graduated Summa cum Laude from the University of Western States (UWS) where she was honored to be nominated as class speaker by her classmates and faculty. She was presented with the Dean's Scholarship in her first year based on her high academic achievements. While earning her Doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine from UWS, she also began her post-graduate studies in functional neurology both via the International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation (IAFNR) and the Carrick Institute. Prior to attending chiropractic school, Dr. Maddox was the rehabilitation coordinator in a chiropractic neurology clinic for 3.5 years. It was there that she saw a need for more functional neurology practitioners to work with complicated cases such as post-concussion syndrome, unremitting vertigo, movement disorders, and overall cognitive decline.
Dr. Maddox is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and spent 10 years working as a personal trainer and Pilates instructor helping clients move with more ease and less pain. She started her own successful company, Organic Health and Fitness, in New York City working with clientele in the privacy of their own homes. When she moved out to Oregon with her husband, she was hired by OHSU to develop a class; she named it SPF: Strength, Power and Flexibility and they have continued her class format for years.
Bringing together her past experience with new-found knowledge, Dr. Maddox uses a combination of chiropractic care, neurological rehabilitation, exercise prescription, and functional medicine principles to bring a well-rounded approach to patient care. It is her goal to inspire patients to be active participants in their health and healing in order to bring about lasting results. In her spare time, Dr. Maddox loves to kayak and hike with her husband, raise backyard chickens, garden, and cook gluten-free meals.