Paul Fearn, D.C
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 had 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 and communicator. 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.”
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.
Elisha Hudson, D.C.
My name is Elisha Hudson, but you can call me Eli or Dr. Hudson, whichever you’re more comfortable with. I was born and raised here in Vancouver, Washington, and grew up on a small family farm out in the country. My introduction to Chiropractic started with my neighbor who was a Chiropractic and Naturopathic physician. Because of his influence, his ability to relieve people of their pain and promote healing, I was persuaded to follow the same career path and become a health care provider. My goal is to become a Chiropractic and Naturopathic physician, a D.C., N.D., and to help people the same way he did.
My formal education started at sixteen and a half years old, when I began taking classes at Clark College. I was taking one class per quarter while going to Camas High School. During my Junior year, I entered the Running Start program and started taking classes at Clark College full time. After two years, I graduated with a High School diploma and an Associates in Arts (AA), a general transfer degree. In addition, I had fulfilled all the prerequisites needed to start at University of Western States (UWS), a chiropractic school located in Portland, Oregon.
I started at UWS in the fall of 2011 and began learning the art of chiropractic. The program at UWS is a four year program, but can be shortened to three years by taking summer classes, which I did. Halfway through, after all of the basic sciences, I applied and received a Bachelors of Science in Human Biology. In September of 2014, I graduated UWS as a Doctor of Chiropractic, (D.C.).
But it doesn’t end there, during my time at UWS I applied and was accepted at the National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM), in downtown Portland. I started NCNM in January of 2015, and am currently enrolled and taking classes. I plan to graduate in the spring of 2018 as a Naturopathic Doctor, (N.D.).
I began working at Fearn Natural Health clinic in March of 2015. I am working here as a Chiropractor on Sundays, evenings, and whenever my current school schedule allows. I am passionate about helping and healing people, and seeing them get better. I am looking forward to getting to know you and seeing how I can help you.
Scott Germann, LMP
I am a graduate of Cedar Mountain Center for Massage in Vancouver, WA and certified 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.
Stephanie Love, LMP
My favorite part of being a massage therapist is being able to help people feel better; whether it’s to relieve pain, decrease stress, or just relax. I am the mother of two young children and enjoy spending time with them and the rest of my family, reading, and being outdoors. In 2009, I graduated from Everest School of Massage and have been with Dr. Fearn since 2014.
Allison Fouse, Office Manager
Hello! I moved to Washington in 2010 from southern California with my husband and three boys. I was (and still am) a happy patient of Dr. Fearn’s before becoming an employee. I come to Fearn Natural Health as a former executive administrative assistant turned stay-at-home mom. I began working for Dr. Fearn in 2014 and am concurrently attending Portland Community College part-time. When time allows, I enjoy being out in the wilderness, exploring new places, camping, foraging, gardening, and a whole lot more.
Brianna Rogers, Admin. Assistant
Brianna moved to Washington in 2013 from Albuquerque, New Mexico. She is now a full-time student participating in the Running Start program at Clark College. She and has been working for our clinic part-time since 2013. She enjoys working at Fearn Natural Health because she loves her co-workers and the patients she has grown to know. Brianna is a proud auntie and has two dogs: Mille and Sugar.