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Welcome to POWER Chiropractic Clinic
Your Happy Valley Chiropractor

For more information or to schedule an appointment with our Happy Valley chiropractor, call (503) 786-7786 today!

Dr. Michael Hickel is a doctor of chiropractic, proudly serving the Happy Valley area and it’s surrounding communities. Dr. Hickel has spent his career providing care for patients of all ages, while focusing his care around local growing families. Pediatric chiropractic care often goes unrecognized as a possible approach for a child’s daily needs and well-being. Checking a child's nervous system is easy, fun and visual for both parents and kids. We are able to approach ear infections, colds, ADHD, allergies, and even seizures all in the same way; by making sure the nerve system is fully functioning and finding the primary cause of what’s inhibiting that perfect little one’s immune system from responding improperly.

Our clinic is designed to provide a relaxed, comfortable family atmosphere for all patients, including young children. At your first visit to POWER Chiropractic Clinic, Dr. Hickel will explain the science behind how chiropractic care works. He will then consultation and exam that is efficient and easy, even for infants and toddlers. We use state of the art Samsung Digital Radiology and Insight Scanning equipment. Our scans use thermal technology and sEMG to evaluate your structure, nerve system flow and muscle function. The scans are quick and painless so kiddos do great.

If you are new to the chiropractic world and would like to find out more, please email us or call (503) 786-7786 to receive personalized answers to your questions from our friendly team. We also welcome referrals, so feel free to use the "Send to a Friend" link located at the bottom of every page to share our health information with your friends and loved ones.

Michael Hickel
Happy Valley Chiropractor | POWER Chiropractic Clinic | (503) 786-7786

15711 SE Happy Valley Town Center Dr.
Happy Valley, OR 97086

3D Spine Simulator


Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "I started coming into the clinic after I tore my right rotator cuff. My husband was already a patient and I had seen how much improvement he had experienced. If I had not come in for treatment I would not have the use of my right shoulder!"
    Moe D.
  • "Dr Hickel and staff are truly a blessing. I feel much better about my situation and how they can help me heal my body and mind.

    Thank you all."
    Phyllis W.
  • "While sitting at a stop light, I was rear ended by another vehicle at high speed. The next following days my neck and back were excruciating and I came to see Dr. Hickel. The conventional doctors approach was to treat with drugs or surgery. The best method in my opinion is chiropractic which is much more attuned with body/physiological approach. Before I came to Dr. Hickel I was in a high pain threshold due to the accident. Now afterwards I can go about my normal work routine with limited pain, providing I continue treatment."
    Monte W.

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