Meet The NorthWest Injury Clinics Team
Dr. Aaron Jorgensen, DC
Dr. Jorgensen’s expertise lies in the management and treatment of automobile accidents.
Having helped hundreds of people rehabilitate from accident-related injuries, he understands how important the right treatment plan is for those who have been hurt.
Serving The Hispanic Community
Dr. Jorgensen is also passionate about helping the Hispanic community. learn about the benefits of chiropractic care. He also feels that he can provide higher quality care to the Spanish-speaking community because of his ability to communicate directly with them.
Dr. Jorgensen was born and raised in Southern California. He attended Brigham Young University and graduated in 2002. He later moved to Portland, OR to attend Western States Chiropractic College. During his undergraduate education, he also spent two years in Buenos Aires, Argentina serving a mission for the LDS church.
Aaron works closely with primary care physicians, orthopedic surgeons, physical therapists, and pain management doctors to ensure his patients are getting the best care from a wide range of professionals.
Dr. Trevor Gilbert, DC
Dr. Gilbert believes that everyone deserves the best care available.
His evidence-based approach to chiropractic care uses the best in modern research to treat his patients. This gives them the peace of mind knowing the best techniques and plans are being applied toward their recovery.
He earned his Bachelor’s degree in health sciences from the Brigham Young University in Idaho. After graduating, he attended Logan College of Chiropractors in Saint Louis, Missouri. This is where Dr. Gilbert earned his Doctorate Degree in Chiropractic Care as well as his Master’s degree in Sports Science and Rehabilitation.
The Best Techniques
Dr. Gilbert also holds certifications in Cold Laser Therapy, Active Release Technique, Class IV Level Laser, and the Graston Technique.
Laurene grew up in Antioch, California where most of her family currently remains.
She went to college in Billings, Montana at Rocky Mountain College to play soccer and get an education. She always knew she wanted to be a medical professional in order to help people treat and manage their health.
She She has a passion for taking care of trauma and surgical patients in both the acute and subacute settings. Helping people recuperate from injuries and get back to their daily routine of home life and work is her primary goal.
Outside of work she enjoys fishing, hiking, and camping with her family and friends.
Steve was born and raised in Missouri. He attending school at the University of Missouri, and graduate school at Missouri State University where he received his masters in Physician Assistant Studies.
Steve and his wife Kasshia enjoy traveling, hiking, and spending time with their cat, Squirt.
Steve also loves playing golf in his free time. He has worked in both emergency medicine and occupational medicine since moving to the Tri Cities.