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Hawthorne Chiropractic
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Check out our newest article, part one in a series about bicyclist health, just in time for spring!

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A little traffic update: Rail crossings near us at 8th, 9th, 11th and 12th streets will be closed for Trimet construction from July 15th-August 5th! Here's a link to more info and detour maps:

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Greetings! Just a heads up for those that are coming in this month to avoid taking Division street if you can (Clinton St. and Powell Blvd. may be good alternatives). There will be construction likely through May on the Division Streetscape project.

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We welcome Amy Leslie, DC as a new associate to our office! Check out her bio on our website. We'll be running a promotion for the month of May for new patients on her schedule, check back later for details!

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We're offering a special discount for the entire month of April! Come in for an hour massage and pay only $60, or an hour-and-a-half massage for only $85. Call to make your appointment today, and don't forget to mention you saw this ad!

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Hawthorne Chiropractic's co-owner Cliff Marhoefer has a starry history as an ultimate frisbee champion. He was recently inducted into the Ultimate Hall of Fame!
From the Jan 4, 2012 press release:

"Three things that distinguished Cliff as an ultimate player were his advanced throwing skills, his ability to get open, and his unwavering positive attitude as a quiet leader.

Cliff had one of the best sidearms in the game and was amongst the first to use upside down passes. He could throw touch passes or long bombs with equal skill, accuracy, and consistency and had an uncanny ability to break his mark. Despite the high number of "touches", Cliff rarely had turnovers. On the other side of the disc, Cliff was guarded by the best defenders in the game and consistently got open to contribute on offense.

He played a dominant role on one of the best teams of the late 70’s and 80’s, the Santa Barbara Condors. He then moved up to Portland in the late 80’s, bringing his skills and influence to the Donor’s and Rhino Slam’s success at Nationals. Cliff played in 17 Open Regionals, qualifying for Nationals 12 times. His teams won Nationals twice and made it to semis or finals 5 other times.

Cliff was the consummate teammate with a consistently positive influence on others. He didn’t have to be "the star" and was heavily counted on by his teammates. Cliff played intensely and all out at the highest-level while thoroughly honoring the Spirit of the Game.

Cliff has lived in Portland, Oregon with his wife, Amy Lennon, and has 2 sons and a daughter."
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