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Concordia Chiropractic Center 
4211 NE Fremont St.
Portland, OR 97213

Phone: 503.287.2273
Fax: 503.287.2270

Email: [email protected]

Clinic Location

We are located on the corner of NE 42nd and Fremont, in Beaumont Plaza. 

Directions To Our Clinic

From I-5 South-

Take Exit 300 to merge onto I-84/US-30E toward Portland Airport/The Dalles. Take Exit 1 for 33rd Ave. Turn left at NE 33rd Avenue. Turn right on Fremont. We will be on your left hand side directly after the light at 42nd Ave. 

From 1-5 North-

Take Exit 307 for Marine Drive E toward OR-99E. Merge onto N. Marine Drive. Continue to N. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. Turn Left Fremont St. We will be on your left hand side directly after the light at 42nd Ave. 

From 205 South-

Head north on I-205 N. Take Exit 23B for US-30/BypassW. Merge onto Colombia Blvd. Continue on NE Killingsworth St. Turn left to stay on NE Killingsworth St. Turn left at NE 42nd Ave. At Fremont take a left, and our clinic will be immediately on the left in Beamont Plaza, on the corner of 42nd and Fremont. 

From Beaverton/Coast-

Head east on US-26E. Exit onto I-405 south toward The Dalles/Salem. Exit onto I-5 north toward I-84/The Dalles/Seattle. Take Exit 300 to merge onto I-84/US-30E toward Portland Airport/The Dalles. Take Exit 1 for 33rd Ave. Turn left at NE 33rd Ave. Travel approximately 1 miles to Fremont St. Take a right at Fremont. Our clinic will be on your left hand side directly after the light at 42nd Ave, in Beamont Plaza. 


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  • "I can now drive a car, take my child to numerous activities, successfully make it through a pregnancy with little or no discomfort - lead a normal life. I would highly recommend to anyone who lives with physical pain or disfunction to turn to Dr. Jason Lindekugel and the Postural Alignment Exercises. The decision will change your life."
    Jephta Bernstein Portland, OR
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