Oregon Lyme Disease Network
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Bee Venom Therapy

What is Bee Venom Therapy?  How does it help arthritis , pain syndromes such as fibromylagia and how does it help with neurological  pain associated with Lyme disease?  Please join us for a special evening with Dr Chris Kleronomous 


Sunday Nov 8th, 2015     1:00-3:00 PM

Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital

1040 NW 22nd Ave, Portland, First Floor Auditorium

The building is across the street from the Hospital's main entrance.  There is a parking garage behind this building where you can park and a doorway in the garage on the first level that connects to the building.  We will be meeting in the second floor conference room.  There is an elevator if you can not take stairs and signs will posted.  Remember to get a parking pass at the meeting.

As a reminder, please refrain from wearing scented perfumes, colognes, lotions etc. the day of the meeting.  Many individuals with Lyme also deal with chemical sensitivities.

Past meeting was: 
Sunday Sept 13th  3:30-5:30 
Hawthorn Healing Arts Center

39 NW Louisiana Ave, Bend, OR 97701
(Right behind McMennamins.) 

Pictures soon!

Dr. Chris Kleronomos

Currently, Dr. Kleronomos is the Clinical Director of the Fibromyalgia and Neuromuscular Pain Center of Oregon, LLC. He previously was the Clinical Director of the Multi-Disciplinary Pain Rehabilitation Program, for Salem Hospital’s Comprehensive Pain Program. His clinical focus is the diagnosis and treatment of fibromyalgia, myofascial, and neuropathic pain syndromes. He is one of the leading experts on the application and administration of Bee Venom Therapy, and publishes and lectures on the subject around the country.

Dr. Kleronomos became interested in medicine as a Corpsman in the U.S. Navy, where he served with the Marine Corps elite Special Operations Teams; Force Reconnaissance. Afterwards he studied for a master’s degree in Oriental Medicine, at the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, and completed a doctoral program focusing on oncology, chronic disease and pain management at Bastyr University. Due to his strong belief in Integrated Medicine, he continued his education to become an Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioner at Seattle University, and is currently completing a Master of Science in Functional Medicine and Clinical Nutrition at the University of Western States. He is triple board certified in Family Practice, Pain Management and Acupuncture, as well as a Professionally Registered Herbalist. He has been featured several times, on the television show “The Doctors”, and most recently on “National Geographic Wild”.

Practicing a truly comprehensive approach, he layers treatments to incorporate the most current biomedical standards of care, with both classical and evidenced based Oriental and Natural Medicine techniques from acupuncture and physical medicine, to diet and functional nutrition, and the provision of herbs. Currently he sits on the boards of the American Apitherapy Society and the Biotherapeutics Education and Research Foundation, and is a previous advisor to the Salem Spine Center review board.

Dr. Kleronomos is married and has two adventurous boys following in his footsteps. His wife is a Health Psychologist specializing in cognitive behavioral training, and mind-body medicine. Currently she is in practice at the clinic and a full time instructor at Oregon State University. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, hiking, camping, SCUBA, and spending time with his family, and extended family including a German shepherd and ferrets.