Aaron Montgomery, DC
After graduating from University of Western States, Dr. Aaron Montgomery began his own practice in Gresham. As a former personal training director and exercise science major from Montana State University, he emphasizes functional rehabilitation in his practice.
Dr. Montgomery holds a Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES) certification through the National Association of Sports Medicine and has attained his FMS and SFMA certifications through Gray Cook’s Functional Movement Systems. Both the FMS and SFMA are functional movement screens that help to identify movement compensations and deficiencies in the body that may potentially lead to an injury.
Dr. Montgomery carefully blends the human body’s need for functional strength, endurance, and range of motion with a focused and gentle approach to chiropractic manipulation and soft tissue work.
“From breathing properly and how that impacts your spinal movement to how well your big toe moves and affects every step you take, I like to address the big picture on every visit.”
“Chiropractic care is about listening to people, understanding how they move and function as a whole and empowering them to take an active part in their own health and well-being,” Dr. Montgomery.
Outside of work, he spends time with his wife and three children and enjoys working out and golfing.
Gallagher Smith, LMT
Gallagher Smith, LMT, attended massage school at East West College of Healing Arts, where he graduated in 2010. Smith is proficient in many bodywork techniques and different styles of massage as well as movement therapy. He has extensive training in advanced myofascial techniques and a background in athletics, dance and yoga practice. Smith loves helping people recover faster from injuries, maintain optimum health and move more freely in their bodies.
Smith is Northwest born and raised. He loves spending time with his two young children and working in the garden. He also loves to dance, cook and pursue a healthy lifestyle.