Tag Archives: chiropractic

Is Back to Function the Healthcare Facility of the Future?

January 8, 2020   |   By Dr. Chad Moreau   |   Categories: Fitness   Nutrition  

At first glance, this might seem like a very arrogant and self-serving topic for us to consider discussing! Back to Function, the healthcare office of the future? Please let me explain why I believe whole-heartedly that this is the truth. First, let’s discuss what is happening in the healthcare system in the U.S. today. Less … Continue reading Is Back to Function the Healthcare Facility of the Future?

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Are You Having Hip Pain?

November 28, 2018   |   By Dr. Chad Moreau   |   Categories: BTF Blog   Hip Pain   Sports Injury  

Hip pain has become a significant issue that we see at BTF. Since we deal with soft tissue injuries, a number of our clients feel comfortable having us evaluate their hip complaints. Hip pain can come from a number of different sources. When participating in sports, getting hit on or around the hip or falling … Continue reading Are You Having Hip Pain?

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Can the Way I Breathe be Causing My Back Pain?

August 30, 2018   |   By Dr. Ashley Bruley   |   Categories: Breathing Dysfunction  

Can the way I breathe be causing my back pain? What is belly breathing and why does it help? How do I brace my core? What is diaphragmatic breathing and why is it so important? Well let’s answer a few of these questions together…. But first we must take a look at what breathing does … Continue reading Can the Way I Breathe be Causing My Back Pain?

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Do You Have a Pain in the A$$? Part 1.

July 1, 2018   |   By Dr. Mike Venezia   |   Categories: Gluteal Pain   Hip Pain   SI Joint Pain  

So often patients describe their pain as “sciatica”, too often doctors agree and diagnose their pain as “piriformis syndrome”.  But the gluteal region is more complicated that pointing to a spot on your buttock and a diagnosis is made.  There are numerous reasons for a pain in your gluteal region.  Deep Gluteal Pain Syndrome (DGPS) … Continue reading Do You Have a Pain in the A$$? Part 1.

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What is Fitness and How Can We Measure it?

May 7, 2018   |   By Dr. Chad Moreau   |   Categories: Fitness  

What is Fitness? Biologically speaking, an organism would be considered as having fitness if it is able to survive to reproduce. Typically, humans survive well beyond their reproductive years. For us, fitness has taken on a new definition that is related to the stage of life we are in and our overall level of health. … Continue reading What is Fitness and How Can We Measure it?

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SI Joint Part 3: Treatment of SI Joint Pain

March 3, 2017   |   By Dr. Chad Moreau   |   Categories: low back pain   SI Joint Pain  

Treatment of SI joint pain (SIJP) includes chiropractic manipulation (good for the SI joint that isn’t moving enough), myofascial release, heat, postural education, SI belts (good short term strategy for the SI joint that is moving too much), electrical stimulation, stretching, therapeutic exercises, SI joint injections including prolotherapy, Platelet Rich Plasma, stem cells and SI … Continue reading SI Joint Part 3: Treatment of SI Joint Pain

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SI Joint Part 2: Assessment of SI Joint Instability

   |   By Dr. Chad Moreau   |   Categories: low back pain   SI Joint Pain  

If you are unsure of whether or not you have SI joint instability (SIJI), please read the previous article entitled Do You Have SI Joint Pain?. As a chiropractor, I start to consider SIJI when I have a patient who gets relief from adjusting, but never “holds” the adjustment. Another consideration for SIJI is a patient … Continue reading SI Joint Part 2: Assessment of SI Joint Instability

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SI Joint Part 1: Do You Have SI Joint Pain?

March 2, 2017   |   By Dr. Chad Moreau   |   Categories: low back pain   SI Joint Pain  

Issues involving one or both sacroiliac joints (SIJs) are often referred to as SI joint pain (SIJP) or sacroiliac joint dysfunction (SIJD). It is estimated that 30% of low back pain is caused by SIJD and it’s even more common in pregnant and post partum women. SIJP can be caused by either too much or … Continue reading SI Joint Part 1: Do You Have SI Joint Pain?

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Do You Even Stretch Bro?

February 2, 2017   |   By Dr. Mike Venezia   |   Categories: Fitness  

Training for any sport, professional or recreational, athletes recognize the benefit of a strength and conditioning program…but what happened to stretching?  There are many reasons for stretching’s lack of popularity.  Aesthetically, stretching doesn’t produce the same outward appearance as does strength training. The muscle development gained during an 8-week training program, is much more apparent … Continue reading Do You Even Stretch Bro?

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Do You Have Ankle Pain?

September 26, 2016   |   By Dr. Chad Moreau   |   Categories: Ankle Injury   Foot Injury   Heel Pain   Sports Injury  

If you have ankle pain, then this article will help you understand what is wrong and what you can do to fix it. Though there are many ways you can injure your ankle, the most common injuries are: Ankle Sprain Ankle Fracture Ankle Impingement Ankle Sprain The most common injury to the ankle is a … Continue reading Do You Have Ankle Pain?

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