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Dr. M. Jeff McNown, Jr. D.C.


A Chiropractic Family Legacy for 100 Years

Located Near Washington Square Mall


Chiropractic has literally been a way of life for Dr. McNown, a fourth generation chiropractor who is stewarding a 100 year family legacy passed down from father to son since 1914.

After serving the West Linn, Oregon community for seventeen years, Dr. McNown is opening a new practice near Washington Square Mall in Beaverton, Oregon to serve Portland and it's many surrounding communities with quality chiropractic care. Dr. McNown’s advanced chiropractic methods have a broad application for a wide variety of conditions including back and neck pain, headaches, sciatica, sports injuries as well as work and auto accident injuries. Dr. McNown’s integrative approach to chiropractic includes a patient first philosophy that allows him to coordinate patient care with a wide variety of primary care physicians, orthopedic surgeons, naturopaths, physical therapists and other sports medicine professionals, many of whom are patients of Dr. McNown themselves.

Dr. McNown and his wife, Heather, have five children.  The McNown family has a long standing history in the Portland Metro area of service and leadership with an emphasis on giving back to the community that has given so much to them.  Dr. McNown's practice has long been a "referral based" practice and the highest compliment our office can receive is the trusted referrals of families and friends.

Dr. McNown's clinic is conveniently located on Nimbus Avenue off the 217 corridor near Washington Square Mall.  Thank you for visiting our website and we look forward to seeing you in our office soon!

If you have not been to a chiropractor before and want to find out more, please Email Us or call (503) 277-8742 to receive the answers to your questions from our experienced team. We also welcome referrals, so we invite you to share our chiropractic and wellness information with your friends and loved ones

Dr. Jeff McNown
Beaverton Chiropractor |  | (503) 277-8742

8285 SW Nimbus Avenue Suite 198
Beaverton, OR 97008}


Over many years of my sports medicine practice Dr. McNown has provided expert chiropractic care.  My patients have unanimously been extremely satisfied. When Dr. McNown recognizes a problem that requires different care he is quick to refer to the appropriate provider.  He is an important part of the team in caring for musculoskeletal problems.

Richard Edelson, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon 
Sports Medicine Oregon
Team physician for the Portland Timbers

Dr. McNown has been a trusted chiropractor in my community for many years.  His ability and caring touch allow me to feel comfortable and confident that any TMD patients that I need his help with will be well taken care of and managed properly through their course of treatment.

Dr. Bill Dischinger
Dischinger Orthodontics

Dr. McNown is about keeping active people moving. Aside from being simply gifted at his craft, his approach has always been to keep me working, cross fitting and playing hard.  Along with precise adjustments, Dr. McNown has always given me auxiliary stretches and exercises to help me fix whatever issues come up.

James Band
Chief of Police, Oregon City

Dr. McNown is the only chiropractor I trust with my back. About 15 years ago I injured my neck and woke up one morning unable to even lift my head off the pillow. A close friend of mine recommended that I see Dr. McNown, a fourth generation chiropractor. After just one visit I had full range of motion.

I have lived in Bend for 3 years now and whenever I manage to tweak my back from my active lifestyle, I have made the drive to Dr. McNown's West Linn office.

He has my fullest endorsement as a chiropractor and my full endorsement as a great person. 

John Grohs 
Simmons Bedding Company

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