Dr. Eric C. Hubbs
- B.S. in Microbiology – 1977
- Doctor of Chiropractic – 1985
- Certificate in S.O.T. – 1985
- Scoliosis treatment – 1987
- Advanced Physiotherapies – 1994
- Chiropractic Biophysics – 1998
- CCST (trauma specialist) – 2007
- Certified / Impulse Technique – 2009
Dr. Eric C. Hubbs has been in health care since 1977, when he began his career as a microbiologist at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan. A graduate of the Honor’s College of the University of Michigan, Dr. Hubbs’ undergraduate degree was in Microbiology and Public Health.
Dr. Hubbs spent the next 3 years working in diagnostic microbiology, where he was responsible for early detection of systemic infections in hospital patients. It was during this time that he helped develop a rapid screening test for blood cultures that allowed identification of Staphylococcus infections 24 hours earlier than had previously been possible, and this test is still in use in the VA system today.
Dr. Hubbs entered Graduate School at the University of Michigan in the field of Epidemiology, and was well in to the program when his first experience with chiropractic and manual medicine techniques in general caused him to re-assess his career choices.
In January of 1983 Dr. Hubbs began his studies at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. Driven to achieve his degree in the shortest possible time, Dr. Hubbs went year round, completing his 4 academic years of study and his clinical internship in December, 1985. Dr. Hubbs was graduated magna cum laude and began clinical practice in his own clinic in Louisville, Kentucky.
In 1995 Dr. Hubbs moved to Aloha, OR and began practice here, starting first in Beaverton, and then moving to the current location in 2001. Since his first days in practice, Dr. Hubbs has continued to study, expanding his scope and abilities, and achieving advanced certifications in chiropractic sub-specialties.
Dr. Hubbs enjoys many different activities when not in office, including horseback riding, camping, skiing, and music. Dr. Hubbs speaks German, French, and Spanish.
- CCT (Palmer College of Chiropractic – 1983)
- CA (Oregon Certified – 2011)
Tracy came to the field of Chiropractic almost 30 years ago, receiving her Certified Chiropractic Technician and Radiologic Technologist degrees through Palmer College of Chiropractic. Since then she has done it all in the office: serving at the front desk, as office manager, insurance and collections specialist, back-office assistant, patient and public educator, and practice analyst and consultant. Dedicated to the principles of Chiropractic philosophy and science, she brings informative paradigm-shifting programs to our patients. Her joy is to see the light of understanding and enthusiasm come on in our charges. She also dedicates her free time to volunteer service as a certified emergency services worker for ODHS, specializing in wilderness search and rescue. Definitely the woman to go climbing and hiking with!
All portraits courtesy of Wolfram Laub and Charles Smith