Dixie Small, LAc

Dixie Small, LAc
Wellness At The Center 8931 SE Foster Road Suite 102 Portland, OR 97266

Dixie Small, LAc

Dixie Small is a nationally board certified, state licensed acupuncturist. She uses acupuncture, acupressure, Chinese Herbal Medicine, dietary therapy, myofascial relase techniques including cupping according to the needs of each individual. Her patients find relief from a number of conditions including chronic pain, arthritis, migraines, frequent colds and flu, recovery from acute traumatic injury and personal injury including motor vehicle accidents and work related injuries, mental and emotional concerns and more. For more information about acupuncture and Dixie's practice of East Asian Medicine go to www.wellnessatthecenter.com or call 503-255-7000.

At the core of Dixie's practice is the idea of meeting people where they are. She knows from experience that through their experince with this medicine they will get better on multiple levels with incremental improvements and reductions in pain. This path to greater health is unique to every individual, and she can help you get there.

Dixie does accept insurance, call or email to have us check your benefits for you today. Patients injured in a Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) often pay nothing out of pocket. On site Massage Therapy.
Years In Practice 12
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Gender Female
Education Dixie earned a masters degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM). Prior to moving to Oregon, she studied Geography, Social Work, and International Studies in Pensacola, Florida at the University of West Florida earning a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies from there. She completed her general education studies at the University of Florida. Dixie spent several years in between her studies working seasonally in the Alaska.

Dixie is licensed to practice Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine by the Oregon Medical Board and holds a Diplomat in Acupuncture from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oreintal Medicine (NCCAOM). She is also a member in good standing of the Oregon Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (OAAOM) and the American Acupuncture Council (AAC). She also serves as a member of the Board of the OAAOM.

Services Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Moxibustion,Cupping, Gua Sha, Myofscial release, Heat Therapy, Acupressure massage. All insurance accepted including Motor Vehicle Accident Claims & Personal Injury Claims. Cash discount available. 15 Free Consultation for your questions to be answered.

We treat all types of pain and discomfort with a skilled team of collaborative, Board Certified, Highly Skilled & Qualified Practitioners. www.wellnessatthecenter.com
Additional Services Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, East Asian Medicine, Chronic Pain Management, Women's Health, Motor Vehicle Accident Injury, Migraine, Sprain & Strain, Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, Detoxification, Fertilioty Support, Pregnancy Support, Neck / Back Pain, Cupping & Moxibustion.
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Recent Reviews
I first tried acupuncture & Chinese herbs 30 years ago for cyclical migraines. I was amazed at the relief I felt from the agonizing pain.
Decades later my body has more than migraines giving me pain. My previous practitioner had relocated and in 2016 I discovered Wellness at the Center.
I am so happy I did! Ms. Dixie has done wonders to help the way I feel and move.
I recommend her services wholeheartedly!
by T Peterson xxx.xxx.118.254
September 01, 2017
I want to give a review of Dixie and her office because she works so hard just to make sure that whomever comes in for a treatment feel welcome and leaves feeling well. I began going to Dixie for asthma issues due to working with a lot of cedar in my construction job – to which I am allergic - the cedar, not the job. I had been suffering for months and spending a lot of money on medication, until I discovered that acupuncture may help. Right after the second treatment I was all cured up – no more asthma – and ever since then I have been going for other issues such as sciatic nerve pain, stress, acid reflux, memory issues and so on. I also was able to address some alcohol problems and have gone from drinking 45 beers a week to being able to completely eliminate alcohol or have just one or two at night, in just 3 months.

If you or someone you know needs some help with health concerns, I recommend you go over to see Dixie and you won’t be sorry. She knows how to take good care of people.

My wife and I have been both going to Acupuncture with Dixie for about the same length of time. She helped us when we were trying to have another baby and supported Martha during her pregnancy and with inducing labor. Now our baby is 4 weeks old and we are all very happy and healthy.

Basically, for all your health concerns you can give Dixie a visit and then let us know how you feel too!
by Danny xxx.xxx.81.204
April 26, 2014
Recent Polls
Does this acupuncturist ever overbook appointments?
Never! They have lots of business, but they do such a great job of never overbooking
Does this provider remember you and your circumstances at every appointment?
Does this acupuncturist remember you and your circumstances at every appointment?
Definitely; they always remember me and make me feel important
Was this acupuncturist's office clean?
It was immaculate
Would you recommend this provider to someone who asks for a referral?
by Anonymous xxx.xxx.161.82
July 12, 2014
Was this acupuncturist friendly?
Very! The most welcoming office I've visited!
Did the acupuncturist review your medical history before beginning treatment?
Yes! They reviewed my medical history before my appointment and discussed it with me before treatment
Does this acupuncturist ever overbook appointments?
No, They definitely believe in quality over quantity
Was the wait time for your appointment reasonable once you got to the office?
Did you leave the office feeling satisfied with your visit?
by Mariana xxx.xxx.44.237
June 13, 2014
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