About Northwest Structural Medicine & Dr. Jason Scoppa
Thorough, Innovative, & Effective Healthcare.
We’re constantly striving to improve the health and well being of our patients. In Latin the word doctor means “to teach”, and we take this role very seriously. There are many tools and procedures that we offer in our office to help our patients, but we also make it a point to educate and provide our patients with the knowledge to help themselves day to day outside of our office, which is where a great deal of healing and improvement takes place.
We offer many different tools and techniques to help you move forward with your health, and each patient is treated differently based on his/her goals and health needs. We strive to not only eliminate our patients pain or dysfunction as quickly as possible, but also act preventively to keep issues from arising.
Dr. Scoppa has taken hundreds of hours of post graduate education in each of the following fields: diagnosis and management of TMJ and Jaw Pain, Thyroid and Hashimoto’s diagnosis and management, Pediatrics, Craniopathy, SOT chiropractic, AK chiropractic, and Sports Injury treatment and Athletic Performance Enhancement.
Dr. Scoppa is a certified SOT craniopath, is certified in Applied Kinesiology, and is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician.
After earning his BA degree from Seattle University and his DC degree from Palmer West, Dr. Jason Scoppa has gone on to earn numerous post-graduate certifications and has undergone advanced training in multiple areas. Some of these include: Rocktape’s FMT myofascial taping certification, Certified Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) Cranial Practitioner (CSCP), certified in Applied Kinesiology (AK), multiple forms of craniopathy, non-surgical and holistic TMJ and TMJD analysis treatment, functional lab work interpretation, assessment and managements of gut dysbiosis, pediatrics, metal toxicity, & food sensitivities, the management of hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s, sports performance enhancement, & rehab of the spine.
In his spare time Dr. Scoppa enjoys trail running, rock climbing, weight lifting, playing and watching soccer, reading, and spending time with his wife, daughter, and friends.