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Sang is in network with CareOregon. He also accepts motor vehicle accidents, as well as workers compensation claims. Out-of-network benefits may be available. Please check with your insurance carrier about coverage details.

Available: Mondays. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.

Accepting new patients: YES

Location: Happy Valley

Sang Park, DC

Sang Park is a licensed chiropractic physician in the states of Oregon and Kansas.  He received a B.S. degree from the University of Kansas (Lawrence, KS) in behavioral neuroscience, and a B.S. degree in human biology and a doctorate in chiropractic from the University of Western States (Portland, OR).  He was born in Kansas City, KS and has lived most of his life in Leawood, KS.  

When he was 10, he was introduced to chiropractic care when his family was involved in a serious motor vehicle accident.  He realized during that period that with chiropractic care,  it helped him to feel, heal, and move better with the non-surgical and non-medication aspect of treatment, especially for the musculoskeletal injuries he had sustained.  His cousin, who was also a chiropractic physician, recruited him to come to the Pacific Northwest in the beautiful city of Portland to complete his chiropractic training.

In the office, he utilizes different techniques dependent upon patient presentation.  He uses a diversified spinal manipulation (adjusting) technique for the spine and extremities.  He also enjoys treating sports injuries, especially golf-specific injuries.  Other techniques he utilize include: the McKenzie Method (MDT), instrument-assisted soft tissue manipulation (IASTM), cupping therapy, kinesio-taping, and low-force adjusting (i.e. instrument-assisted adjusting, drop-piece adjusting, speeder/toggle board, flexion/distraction, pelvic blocking).  A regular visit with him will almost always include three things: 1) manual spinal/extremity adjusting 2) myofascial release, muscle work 3) rehabilitative, corrective exercise.  He offers additional services in functional rehabilitation, nutrition, and physiotherapy.

  

He is also a big believer in the process of natural healing.  He believes that when the human body is exposed to proper care, good nutrition, regular exercise, and low stressors, it will  find a way to heal itself.

In his free time, he is an avid golfer (he played competitively and recreationally in middle school, high school, and college).  He enjoys the numerous hiking trails, wineries, and vineyards the Pacific Northwest has to offer.  He also travels back home to Kansas City from time to time to help his mother and younger sister with their family business.  He is a diehard Kansas City Chiefs, Royals, and KU Jayhawks basketball fan.