Bridgetown Chiropractic and Wellness

Bridgetown Chiropractic's philosophy is grounded in a whole body approach to health and wellness. As Portland residents and graduates of Western States Chiropractic College, the doctors combine their chiropractic experience with a nutritional and exercise-based sensibility that results in treatments that are targeted, effective and tailored to each patient.

The doctors also provide a tremendous level of personal customer service to all of their patients. At Bridgetown Chiropractic and Wellness, the patient comes first and the doctors are always available. Even first time patients can call and speak with one of the doctors, and we are usually able to schedule appointments for the same or very next day.

Dr. Dwight Reid

Dr. Dwight Reid
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Dr. Dwight Reid established Bridgetown Chiropractic and Wellness in 2006 after working as an associate here in the Portland area. Dr. Reid completed his undergraduate education at Southern Oregon University in Ashland, followed by a doctorate at Western Sates Chiropractic College. He is passionate about chiropractic and truly loves his job, as well as music, outdoor sports and coaching his children’s sports teams.

In addition to seeing patients, Dr. Reid has held a position of associate faculty at Western States Chiropractic College, where he helped to educate the next generation of graduates. Since 2005 he has worked with the Rose City Rollers, Portland's female roller derby league, and many local mixed martial arts fighters. You may have also seen Dr. Reid at the Rose Garden, the Roseland, or Clark County Amphitheater working backstage with touring musicians.

Dr. Jacob May

Dr. Dane Seitz
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Dr. Jacob May has been working the last nine years at a high-performance sports medicine clinic in downtown Portland, Oregon and is bringing his skill set to the awesome team at Bridgetown Chiropractic. He has worked with the Portland State Vikings athletic department onsite in their facility, rehabilitating acute and chronic sports injuries. He has spent eight years working as the Medical director for the Portland Fit marathon training group helping runners and walkers of all experience levels achieve their dreams of completing running events of various lengths. During this weekly onsite event, Dr. May has worked on injured runners fresh off the trail, diagnosing and treating the full gambit of lower extremity injuries. Dr. May has also been part of the Oregon Ballet Theater physical therapy team for the last five years helping these dedicated dancers stay healthy so they can enrich the Portland area with their performing arts.

Dr. May graduated from the University of Idaho in 1999 with a degree in Zoology and Chemistry, spending his summers in his home town of Sun Valley, ID working as a carpenter and spending all of his free time snowboarding, hunting and fishing. His active lifestyle and blue-collar upbringing has given him insight to the wear and tear we put our bodies through on a daily basis. He currently lives on the Columbia River and enjoys spending time with his lovely wife and three young children.

Dr. Bobby Maybee

Dr. Bobby Maybee
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Dr. Maybee has over a decade of patient care experience that extends back to his time as a medic in the US Air Force. His style of care is patient centered and functionally based. In other words, he makes a point to listen and treat every patient as an individual, and focuses his treatment on active care and rehabilitation. Dr. Maybee utilizes the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) and other assessment tools to design the most appropriate treatment for your condition. Think of this approach as the doctor having multiple tools in a tool bag, in which he uses the ones he thinks will get you to your goals most efficiently.

Dr. Maybee attended Cal Poly San Luis Obispo for his undergraduate work prior to receiving his Doctor of Chiropractic at Western States Chiropractic College. He enjoys the outdoors, and spending time with his family.

Dr. Rigel Wise

Dr. Rigel Wise
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Dr. Rigel Wise has been serving the Portland area as a chiropractor for the past five years. Prior to obtaining his doctorate of chiropractic from the University of Western States, Dr. Wise received formal massage training at East West College of the Healing Arts in Portland and worked as a licensed massage therapist while attending chiropractic college. Dr. Wise incorporates a wide variety of soft tissue techniques, including deep tissue massage and active exercise, in the treatment and rehabilitation of injuries.

Dr. Wise was introduced to chiropractic as an athlete at the University of Washington, which ultimately led to his decision to pursue a career in helping others suffering from mechanical pain. As a commercial fisherman in Alaska for seven years, Dr. Wise is no stranger to the wear and tear associated with hard labor, and strives to help those in pain heal and thrive. With a passion to see others succeed, Dr. Wise has volunteered as a coach at Grant High School and for various teams that his son has played on. Rigel also enjoys spending time with his kids, Silas and Brynn, and his wife Natalie.