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2 n d & M a i n O f f i c e S u i t e s 12750 SW 2nd St. (see map page 10, B5) SW Main St.

Beaverton Natural Medicine & Wellness Center

Young Chiropractic

Suite 204

Youth & Family Therapist

2nd Floor Entrance

Karen Hernandez Psychologist

1st Floor Businesses Country Financial

SW 2nd St.

Suite 202

To Watson Ave

Suite 201

2nd Floor L ayout

Suite 203

To Farmington Rd

‡ Naturopathic Medicine ‡ Midwifery & Gynecology

‡ Nutrition Counseling ‡ Massage Therapy

Jae Park, M.D. t Painless Joint Injections t Geriatric Medicine t Internal Medicine t Cryotherapy


Janiene Beauchene J.D., C.S.W.A.

Licensed Psychologist Serving Adults, Adolescents & Children

Anxiety | Depression | Trauma

503-803-9530 Psychological Evaluations Available

\RXZLOOĂ€QGWKHUHÂľ This mother and son team is proud to be working with Beaverton’s Sunshine Pantry. “We wanted to donate to a local organization dedicated to helping community members in needâ€? says Tom. “We will donate on a

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By Judy Jessing

ou should open a store! That’s what the owners of Top Drawer Thrift Store heard from everyone. Tom and mom Judy were buying and selling from home. Tom bought storage lockers while Judy shopped the garage and estate sales for bargains. Friends gave them a wish list and the search began, both enjoying every minute of it. Top Drawer Thrift Store is located at 12250 S.W. Broadway in downtown Beaverton’s Holland Plaza, which is across from Bed Bath and Beyond. They have an eclectic collection of new and gently used items including bedding, kitchenware, electronics, sporting items, tools, furniture and toys but no clothing. “One of our big hits is our Bargain Corner where everything is $2 or less.� says Judy. “You never know what 14 – Beaverton Resource Guide | Volume 2–Issue 5

Specializing in Trauma Recovery

Karen Hernandez, Ph.D.

New Mother and Son Team Joins the Downtown District

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New Business Spotlight: Top Drawer Thrift Store


Call me to schedule your

Free 1/2 hour consult.


Your Neighborhood Health Care Center

Jae O. Park, MD


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Joshua Kuchenmeister 503-646-3185


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ave you heard of either of these two terms in relation to chiropractic care? They are not too common unless you’ve EHHQ WR WKH RIÀFH RI 'U 'DYLG Young in downtown Beaverton. Here’s what they mean:

Visceral Manipulation ‘Viscera’ relates to a form of manual therapy that focuses on the internal organs. The source of many dysfunctions may be far from where the pain is felt so this treatment consists of gentle compression, mobilization and elongation of the soft tissue around the organs. As the source of the problem is released the source of the pain is decreased. Craniosacral Craniosacral is based on the movement that results from a

change in volume of cerebral VSLQDO Ă XLG 7KH UK\WKP JRHV throughout the whole body so without complete mobility, you cannot have optimal function. Craniosacral treats this mobility issue. By Dr. David Young Young Chiroprctic has used these two treatments for auto accidents, sport injuries and whole family care for over 32 years. 'PSNPSFJOGPSNBUJPO POUIJTTVCKFDU DPOUBDU Dr. David Young 503-644-3614 12750 SW 2nd Street Suite 201 Beaverton, OR 97005

Young Chiropratic 503-646-3511

Specializing in

Visceral Manipulation Craniosacral Therapy Spinal Care Let me help you relieve joint pain, sciatica, headaches/migraine, digestive disorders, sports and auto injuries, pediatric health and much more. Shop Local – Give Local – Stay Local‌ this is how we build a better Beaverton.

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Vol. 2 / issue 5