Mark Campbell Force, DC
Mark Campbell Force, DC has been a chiropractic physician in family practice since 1984. His focus in practice is a functional medicine approach blending conventional diagnostic methods with natural healthcare methods.
Dr. Force’s practice includes chiropractic neurology, applied kinesiology, cranial osteopathy, clinical nutrition, and non-neeedle treament of acupuncture meridians.
Diagnostics can include physical, orthopedic, and neurological exams, laboratory testing, imaging studies, heart rate variability, and phonocardiography. Exam findings direct care and sometimes lead to referral as indicated.
Dr. Force is a diplomate of the International College of Applied Kinesiology (ICAK) and fellow of the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture (IAMA). He has contributed to and been technical editor of reference books for doctors, developed nutritional and herbal formulas for Standard Process and Biotics Research, lectured and taught nationally, published peer-reviewed research, and holds a patent for a nutraceutical for relieving chemical intolerance.
Subjects writing and teaching have included chiropractic, cranial osteopathy, applied kinesiology, physical diagnosis, laboratory interpretation, and clinical nutrition.
Hannah Force Conry, DC
Hannah Force Conry, DC has always been a teacher. She is the eldest sibling in her family and began teaching ballet at the age of 12 and jazz at 15. She provided patient education to clients of Dr. Force’s at his clinic in Scottsdale, AZ for 10 years. She currently teaches yoga and Nia. Dr. Conry believes that your journey to wellness cannot be achieved without dedication to selfcare. She is well versed in custom tailoring selfcare programs that are specific and reasonable to integrate into your life.
Dr. Conry’s passion is holistic family chiropractic care. She comes by this naturally as she was raised in a chiropractic household and is raising her own family in this way. She is a doula, a senior apprentice midwife, and is certified in Webster Technique and Applied Kinesiology. Her motto is “healthy, happy, well adjusted families thrive!”.
During her free time she loves exploring Southern Oregon with her husband and two sons. She enjoys having chickens, gardening, hiking, camping, reading, dancing, yoga, and meditation.