We are excited to announce that our office is now equipped to communicate with you via text messaging. This new feature will allow for easier and more convenient communication with our team. You can now text our offices at:
503-624-0666 - Washington Square Location
503-281-1115 - Lloyd Center Location
Please note that this texting service should not be used for urgent medical matters, as it is not monitored 24/7.
We hope this will provide a more efficient and seamless experience for you.
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