Chiropractor and Functional Medicine Practioner

Jason M. Kremer, DC, CCSP®, CSCS



Jason and Cassie Kremer of Wellness Doctor

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Dr. Kremer received his certification as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) in 2005 and continues working with individuals in the area of sports performance, nutrition, weight management and physical rehabilitation. When it comes to sports injuries, Dr. Kremer performs the Graston Technique ® as well as myofascial release therapy while the patient performs specific movement patterns to further enhance patient outcomes. Furthermore, he is trained as a Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) specialist which assesses fundamental patterns of movement such as bending and squatting in those with known musculoskeletal pain. This approach is designed to complement the existing orthopedic exam and serve as a model to efficiently integrate the concepts of posture, muscle balance and the fundamental patterns of movement into musculoskeletal practice.

Specialty lab testing offers athletes cutting edge nutritional information regarding nutritional deficiencies, antioxidant status, and ultimately optimizes athletic performance and recovery. Dr. Kremer also utilizes state-of-the-art Bioelectrical Impedance (BIA) technology for accurate body composition analysis and hydration status.




Dr. Kremer is also a Certified Gluten Practitioner and an authority in the diagnosis and treatment of Celiac Disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity, food allergies and sensitivities. Many patients with everything from chronic skin conditions, autoimmune diseases, migraines, ADHD, IBS, chronic fatigue, etc. can make significant improvements by finding out what foods might be making them sick. In many cases, after healing the gut, problematic foods can slowly be reintroduced.

A significant number of our patients have had such an eye opening turn around after discovering that the food they were eating was drastically effecting their health. Many of those had seen specialist after specialist with no real success with treatment. For example, in the case of Celiac disease, it typically takes 9-11 years in the U.S. after symptoms have presented before discovering the underlying cause.



A personal healthy lifestyle is Dr. Kremer’s primary goal for himself and his patients. Having been a state and national level wrestler for 16 years, he continues his chosen active lifestyle with triathlons, trail running, mountain biking, kayaking, surfing, snowboarding, rock-climbing, yoga, and has competed as a natural bodybuilder. He and his wife Cassie frequently enjoy the outdoor lifestyle Central Oregon has to offer with their son and daughter.