Author Archives: Dr. Marina Zaré

About Dr. Marina Zaré

I am a Chiropractic Wellness Consultant in NW Portland, OR, in the heart of the Pearl district in Portland. I focus on prevention and am extremely passionate about taking care of the young before damage occurs. I utilize numerous technologies in the field of Chiropractic such as Thermography, Electromyography, Heart Rate Variability, B.E.S.T. KST which enable me to help people with chronic pain, learning disorders, ADHD, allergies, injuries, depression, anxiety and other ailments that are caused by having vertebral subluxation

To Vaccine, Or Not!?

Very controversial, correct? I say lets get them all. That is what we are supposed to, right? It is often easier to play a role of an ostrich in life. As much fun as that may be, at times we … Continue reading

Are Chiropractors RDs ( Real Doctors)???

For you skeptics out there, please watch the video below. I personal believe everything has its own place, medicine has its place and so does chiropractic and utilizing each of them in the correct manner, can save millions of lives not … Continue reading

How to Fight Allergy Symptoms Naturally

Allergy season is upon us and due to erratic weather it seems to be exceptionally bad this year. On top of taking care of your body and nerve system by being under chiropractic care, here are a few tips to … Continue reading

My Favorite YouTubes

We are bombarded with information these days and it is easy to over look some gems that if nothing else, will raise your spirit. Here is a few of my favorite ones. I have added the message I got from … Continue reading

9 Foods NOT to Give Your Children

Many children aren’t getting the nutrients they need out of the foods they are eating.  Childhood obesity is on the rise and most signs are pointing to the next generation having a life expectancy that is shorter than their parents’.  … Continue reading

Fever? good or bad?

…it is both actually. Fever lets us know body is fighting something. It is our natural defense mechanism.  For adults and toddlers anything above 104 F, for children above 103.5 and for infants above 100.4 F  is considered high and … Continue reading

Seven Wonders of the World

A group of students were asked to list what they thought were the present “Seven Wonders of the World”. Though there were some disagreement, the following received the most votes: 1) Egypt’s Great Pyramids, 2) Taj Mahal, 3) Grand Canyon, 4) Panama Canal, 5) … Continue reading

5 Things successful people do before 8 AM

I must admit, getting up before 8 AM has becoming challenging lately. An attempt to do so feels like absolute torture at times, however,  after I scrape myself off my bed, wash up, change my clothes, kiss my puppy and … Continue reading

You know genes aren’t everything…

The August 31, 2010 issue of PLoS Medicine found that physical activity can reduce the genetic tendency towards obesity by 40%. According to Ruth Loos, the senior researcher at Great Britain’s Medical Research Council in Cambridge, England…”Our findings challenge the … Continue reading

Smoking Cessation With Auriculotherapy

A protocol has been developed by Jay M. Holder, D.C., M.D., Ph.D.,  from the American College of Addictionology and Compulsive Disorders. The program is the only one of its kind that combines, Auriculotherapy, Spinal Adjustments using TRT, some amino-acids and addiction counseling sessions … Continue reading