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Cedar Rapids, IA 52402 US


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Who We See In Our Office

Welcome to the Powell Chiropractic Website!

You are reading this today because you or someone you care about is in pain or has a disorder that may be treated with chiropractic care.  Dr. Mike Powell and Dr. Kourtne Shanahan can help.  Our doctors here at Powell Chiropractic Clinic are unique because they treat traditional pain conditions such as:

*  Back & Neck Pain
*  Headaches & Migraines
*  Sport Injuries
*  Motor Vehicle, Whiplash & other injuries resulting in a vehicle accident
*  Wellness Care

But also specialize in the following areas ~

Dr. Mike Powell is a Chiropractic Neurologist specializing in:

*  TBI (CLICK HERE to watch a video on TBI.  Dr. Powell travels the world teaching for The Carrick Institute)
*  Childhood Disorders
*  Stroke
*  Brain Injury
*  Vertigo and Movement Disorders
*  ALS
*  Tourette's
*  Chronic Pain
*  Seizure Disorders
*  Attention Disorders and Learning Disorders
*  Spinal Cord Injury
*  Neuropathies
*  Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
*  Scoliosis
*  Multiple Sclerosis
*  Dementia
*  Visual Disturbances
*  Carpal Tunnel

Dr. Shanahan is a Chiropractor specializing in:

*  Women, Children and Pregnancies
*  Pregnant Women ~ low-back, sciatic and hip pain
*  Drop-Style Adjusting Table For Pregnant Bellies
*  Breech Babies
*  Ear Infections and Colic
*  Kinesiotaping Patients and Youth, High School & College Athletes
*  Soft Tissue
*  Extra Training in Nutrition and Nutrition Counseling
*  Children's Sports Physicals       

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule


8 am - 12 pm

2 pm - 6 pm


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8 am - 12 pm

2 pm - 6 pm





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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "The staff at Powell Chiro is excellent- very professional, knowledgeable, efficient, and personable. I had a great experience and will come back in the future for additional adjustments, etc. as needed."
    John Bohn, 2017
  • "The therapies were successful beyond my wildest hopes, I went from bed-ridden to being able to be active."
    Charles, 2017

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