Dr. Roger D. Stewart - Chiropractic Physician
Dr. Stewart has been in practice for over 32 years, and his patients continue to bring him great joy! He pairs quality, holistic healthcare with a solid chiropractic foundation which offers great gains in the healing process! While life throws us bumps and bruises, Dr. Stewart assists his patients in both pain relief, and pursuing a greater level of healing to attain a functional, productive, and HAPPY lifestyle!
Dr. Stewart is a lover of nature and adventure, finding joy in sunny days and starry nights. He enjoys camping on the Oregon coast, kayaking, motorcycle journeys, and the simple pleasure of a good book!
• Private Practice -32+ years,
Canby Chiropractic & Injury Clinic, 1989—Present
• Brightwood Mountain Medicine,1986—1989
• Emergency Medical Technician,1976—1989
• Professional Ski Patrol, 1975—1989
Areas of Specialty - Personal Injury - Motor Vehicle Accidents, Work Injury, Therapeutic Exercise, Rehabilitation, Wellness Care
• B.S. Physical Education / Outdoor Education
Springfield College, Springfield, MA. 1976
• D.C. Western States Chiropractic College (WSCC) Portland, OR. 1986
Melissa Ornduff - Office Manager
Melissa was born and raised in Aurora, Oregon. She has been working with Dr. Stewart since 2001 and is our billing expert and insurance specialist. In her spare time, Melissa enjoys cooking, teaching people about the Bible, and spending time with friends and family. She loves to travel and has managed to travel worldwide and check off many places on her "bucket list.
Tara - Patient Care Coordinator
Tara Weidman was born and raised in Chicago, but has planted permanent roots in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. She is passionate about health and wellness, and is committed to your care and comfort as soon as you walk in to our door. She has managed Birth Centers, Family Practice Clinics, and Naturopathic Clinics and is honored to bring her expertise and enthusiasm to Canby Chiropractic! You may find her on any given day with her family exploring beautiful trails, playing board games, or wandering around Powells.