Dr. Tiffany Green graduated in 2002 from Western Washington University with a degree in Sports and Exercise Science. She then went on to graduate in 2006 with honors from Life Chiropractic College West in Hayward California.
Specializing in Family & Pediatric Chiropractic
Dr. Green has attained certifications through the Academy for Chiropractic Family Practice and International Chiropractic Pediatric Association in Pediatrics (CACCP) and in the Webster technique; a technique specific to the needs of the pregnant patient. Dr. Green is currently working on an additional certification in the Care and Management of Neurodevelopmental Disorders in Children (CMNDC). The course work is through Intersect 4 Kids and the certification is granted through the Academy of Chiropractic Family Practice.
Special interest in children with Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Dr. Green has a unique approach to working with children with Neurodevelopmental Disorders such as ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Sensory Processing Disorder and various other Autism Spectrum Disorders and Learning Disorders. In addition to chiropractic care, each child is given nutritional considerations and a custom at home exercise program to strengthen neuropathways and improve whole brain learning and functioning.
Dr. Green is a member of the International Pediatric Chiropractic Association (ICPA), the Washington State Chiropractic Association (WSCA) and the International Chiropractic Association (ICA). Her mission is to empower her community and patients with the knowledge and inspiration needed to become active participants in their own well-being.
On a personal note…
Dr. Green and husband Dr. Jason Green (also a Chiropractor) welcomed their first daughter, Zoey, in January of 2011 and a son, Zander in October 2013. They live in North Bend (Wilderness Rim), Washington and enjoy nearly anything outdoors; although Dr. Tiffany Green’s passion is downhill skiing. Dr. Green previously held a level one PSIA ski instructor certification and taught children’s ski lessons in Washington and California for four years. In 2010 she started volunteering with Outdoors For All teaching children with neurodevelopmental disorders how to ski.