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Hawthorne Wellness Center offers a broad spectrum of integrated, evidence-based healthcare disciplines, as well as movement classes, to help our community get well, stay well, and be well.

In our interdisciplinary setting, individual patient needs are paramount and care is patient-centered. Our goal is to promote health and recovery from illness and injury by drawing on the collective knowledge and resources of our experienced healthcare providers. We offer a nurturing environment where all patients are encouraged to take responsibility for their own well-being in partnership with their physicians.

In the winter of 2005, after 20 years of operating in the Hawthorne neighborhood as Ancina Chiropractic Clinic at S.E. 34th and Hawthorne, we expanded our services and moved to a bright facility. Our unique, multifaceted healthcare clinic blossomed as Hawthorne Wellness Center. Retaining the friendly, neighborhood character of the previous clinic, Hawthorne Wellness Center currently offers acupuncture, chiropractic care, family medicine, massage therapy, and naturopathic care. A studio behind the clinic houses some of the best movement instructors in yoga and tai chi in the Portland area. Free offstreet parking for both cars and bicycles is also available.

Enjoy a tour of our website to learn more about our services, providers, and classes. You can make or change an appointment by calling 503.235.5484. View our on-line class schedules here.

Hawthorne Wellness Center News

Hawthorne Boulevard Construction Notice

Posted on Friday April 15, 2016

Starting May 2nd, Hawthorne Blvd will be under construction 24-hours a day, 7 days a week for 3 weeks. The work zone areas are from 41st-42nd and 47th to 49th. Hawthorne will be cut down to one lane during construction times.

This construction is due to the SE Hawthorne-Salmon Area Storm water and Sewer Project. They will replace aging sewers with larger pipes and construct green street planters to reduce the possibility of sewage releases into streets, homes and businesses. The project is part of the Tabor to River Program.

Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969