Dr. JP Maharrrr, DC
- In practice since 1990
- Kenmore location since 1994
- Volunteer at Seattle King County Clinic, and Terrace View Food Bank
I Knew After My First Adjustment
As a senior in college at the University of Oregon, I began experiencing acute back pain. Later on I realized it was from all the spills I took riding bikes and climbing trees as a wild kid, not just from Football and Rugby.
"The pain was unbearable. Someone finally suggested I see a chiropractor. I knew after my first adjustment that I should have been referred to a chiropractor years earlier, as a child."
Finding Relief... And a Career
Once I saw the relief that chiropractic care brought me, I realized that chiropractic might be a career for me.
"I'm very physical, and I enjoy people."
After finishing my Bachelors at Oregon, I completed my Chiropractic studies at Western States Chiropractic College, now known as the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon, and I have been practicing in the Kenmore area since 1994.
I very much enjoy the relationships I have with my patients and helping patients find the ability to heal themselves. Many of my patients come to me with personal injury cases as a result of an automobile accident or injury at work. "I work hard to fight for the health of my patients, and I'm not afraid to go against insurance companies to get patients the care they deserve.
Committed to Family and Community
"I'm a big family guy!" When I am not spending time with patients, I enjoy hanging out with my wife, golfing, hiking, biking, boating and finding adventure with family and friends. I am a rugby enthusiast, watching football games, and taking care of my dogs and chickens.
I really like being a part of the Kenmore community and strengthening the fabric of goodwill. I am the past chair for the Northshore Chamber of Commerce, I regularly volunteer at Puget Sound Christian Clinic, Concern for Citizens food bank, the Seattle King County Clinic and as a board member of the Arts of Kenmore.
The Front Desk - When you walk into any office, the person who greets you can make all the difference in your relationship with your care. They help to navigate insurance, get you scheduled, fill out paperwork.