Tag Archives: sitting posture

Do You Feel Crooked When You Look in the Mirror?

November 15, 2018   |   By Dr. Chad Moreau   |   Categories: Hip Pain   Knee Pain  

At Back to Function we have somewhat of an obsession with posture. Whether you’re standing, sitting or walking, your postural habits control the load on your body’s joints. Abnormal or less than ideal posture can overload certain joints of your body, causing pain and breakdown. An unfortunate example we see of this is the right … Continue reading Do You Feel Crooked When You Look in the Mirror?

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Got Neck Pain? Then Get Chiropractic!

March 10, 2013   |   By Dr. Chad Moreau   |   Categories: BTF Blog  

What do you do when you have that awful neck pain that makes it hard to turn to see someone in the lane beside you or even lift your head up off the pillow? If your answer is to reach for a few Tylenol or Advil then think again. A new research study shows that … Continue reading Got Neck Pain? Then Get Chiropractic!

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Mid-Back Pain and How to Fix It

July 22, 2012   |   By Dr. Chad Moreau   |   Categories: BTF Blog  

Almost everyone has had mid-back pain at some time in their life. It’s that annoying, gnawing pain somewhere around your shoulder blade or at the top of your back where your neck begins. Sometimes it feels as though you have something poking into your back and it is hard to get really comfortable. Alot of … Continue reading Mid-Back Pain and How to Fix It

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