Dr. Fearn earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Pre-med from Humboldt State University then moved to Washougal in 1992 to attend Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, OR. He graduated in 1997.
Dr. Fearn considers chiropractic as his second career as for twenty plus years he was a professional chef. It was a career that offered a young man many exciting and often unusual opportunities. He has been a chef whose employers included Clint Eastwood, Robert Redford, and Mrs. Fields with kitchens on chuck wagons, sailboats, and oil rigs. Dr. Fearn has driven taxis, guided tourists as a boatman in the Grand Canyon, and even guided skiers in Utah’s Wasatch Mountains. All of this was possible from his culinary connections and expertise.
He believes his past occupations have allowed him to become a great doctor. He has been able to find the compassion in dealing with stressed people by pulling examples from his past and applying them to the present. Pain and fear are closely linked and people exhibit similar behavior patterns under stress.
As a chiropractic doctor, Dr. Fearn has worked over the last ten years to assemble a team of natural health practitioners. Fearn Natural Health Inc.,PC combines traditional chiropractic and massage with naturopathy and acupuncture. “I believe that our team can treat the entire family safely and effectively. Our philosophy is to treat the whole person from within by treating the cause, not the symptoms.” – Paul Fearn
Dr. Fearn’s hobbies include golfing, fishing, skiing, and working on his home. He lives in the Columbia Gorge directly above Cape Horn with his wonderful wife and their two dogs.
Fawn Brubaker LMP
My intentions are to provide holistic care to my clients by providing self-care activities, nutritional advice, and compassionate touch. I use a variety of massage techniques to address the needs of each individual. I love working with individuals who are ready to listen to their body, are proactive with their health & healing, and seeking personal growth, mentally, physically & spiritually.
A depth of practical & professional experience guides me, in addressing each massage with a curiosity and open mind. By taking in account of daily lifestyle habits, job related stresses, exercise routines and personal goals, I can address the body in a holistic way.
I enjoy receiving bodywork, practicing Bikraham Hot Yoga, reading, hiking, camping, and road trips with my family. I enjoy cooking, knitting, crafts and spending time with my daughter. I am continually seeking to further my education, by taking classes in bodywork and fields of interest. I am currently enrolled in a Holistic Health Practice class, seeking to become a Holistic Health Practitioner, in order to better serve my clients’ needs and health related questions.
Stephanie Love, LMP
I graduated from Everest School of Massage in 2009. I specialize in deep tissue, trigger point therapy and treatment work. My favorite part of being a massage therapist is getting to help people feel better whether it’s to relieve pain, decrease stress, or just relax. I also have two kids and in my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family, reading and being outdoors.
Scott Germann, LMP
I am a graduate of Cedar Mountain Center for Massage in Vancouver, WA and certifies through the National Certification Board for Massage Therapy and Body Work. I am enthusiastic about the awareness of the importance of massage and the many benefits it provides. I feel that this is a career that can help me make a difference in someone else’s life. I specialize in deep tissue, relaxation massage, healing touch, trigger point therapy, and ROM stretching. I also enjoy the challenge of sports massage. Knowing your sport and muscle groups used allows me to create a specific massage that includes deep tissue and stretches to ensure your muscles are at their best for your activity.
Maria Kintz LMP
I graduated from Western States Chiropractic College in 2012, but have loved massage and helping people to feel better all of my life. I like to educate others about the positive effects body work can have on overall health and well being. Massage relieves stress, headaches and chronic pain. I love to work out, so I know personally how massage benefits the body.
Brianna Roger Receptionist
Brianna Rogers is a full time college student at Clark College. She moved here to Washington in 20136 from Albuquerque, New Mexico. She is passionate about helping people. She has worked with us for a year and she said she “enjoys working here at Fearn Natural Health Clinic and loves the coworkers she has grown to know.” She is a dog person, she has two dogs Millie and Sugar. She is about to be a proud aunt of a baby boy. Brianna is very outgoing and loves to meet new people