Licensed Massage Therapists & Massage Therapy Services

Megan Kieres

My name is Megan and I have been a Massage Therapist for six years. I am a graduate of East West College of the Healing Arts. I specialize in deep tissue, relaxation, myofascial release and pregnancy. I am well versed in self care techniques and am dedicated to helping my patients find ways to improve their health through achievable goals. I have worked in many different environments, but have truly found my calling in a medical massage setting. Working with the incredible doctors here at Milwaukie Chiropractic Center has given me the tools I need to provide the best patient care possible. Whether you are coming in for chronic pain, injury, general maintenance or relaxation I know we can help! 

Bruce Matthews

Hi! My name is Bruce. My passion and endeavors include softball-coaching, and most sports, full body fitness and outdoor adventures with my family we enjoy traveling and music events.

The prime purpose of sports massage therapy is to help alleviate the stress and tension, which builds up in the body’s soft tissues during physical activity.

Whether one is an athlete, or a desk jockey, minor injuries and muscle tension occur, due to overexertion and/or overuse. Massage aids in recovery and repair of these tissues. Above all, sports massage can help prevent those nagging minor injuries that so often get in the way of optimum performance and achievement. This treatment is not just for the athlete: anyone can benefit from sports massage, including people in physically demanding jobs and those not quite so obvious (occupational, emotional, and postural stress may produce many similar characteristics to sports injuries)

My experience includes 11 years of working in chiropractic settings along with participating as a staff therapist to the Portland Timber Soccer Club and with the 2012 Olympic trials in Eugene performing pre-event and post- event treatment massage on athletes. Me has experience with injuries such as rotator cuff injuries, whiplash, tendonitis, myofascial stress, and many other postural dysfunctions. I am dedicated to personal wellness and healthy living. My massage style combines gentle specific stretches with direct focused strokes to release areas of tension and dysfunction. I use techniques such as Myofascial Release, Thai, Sports Massage and Neuromuscular Therapy to restore optimum function and movement throughout the body. I view the body with the goal of symmetry and balance, which are essential to health and well- Being.

My family includes my spouse Jane to whom he has been married 40 years, and our four wonderful daughters Annie, Jill, Kelly, and Kristin, five grandchildren, and two awesome dogs Jake and Hazel.


Zach Freiter

My interest in massage began 8 years ago. I just finished my college football career. I played for the Oregon Ducks from 1997 to 2001. I was a defensive tackle. I experienced 3 knee injuries that required surgery while playing. I had a lot of massage and therapy. This resulted in my interest in the field. I received my Bachelors of Science in Anthropology. I am continuing my education in Computer Science and Engineering at PSU currently. I enjoy helping people in their injury recovery. I have been working with accident victims since I began my career in massage therapy. I specialize in deep tissue therapy, Swedish massage, and Myofascial Release. In my free time, I love being on a river fishing for salmon and steelhead. I love traveling and relaxing with my kids, Hunter and Belle, and my wife, Jennifer.

Roxy Lyon

Hello there, my name is Roxy, I have been a licensed massage therapist for over 8 years now.
I’ve worked a variety of fields but absolutely love medical massage.
I like to work in very thorough detail and with my patients to find what they need to heal and improve their quality of life individually.

If I’m not in the office, my dog and my family is my life and we love to backpack, camp, swim, kayak and play videogames.