Dr. Brandon Edward Buttry D.C.
Chiropractor838 W Drake Rd Suite 105 Fort Collins CO, 80526
Dr. Brandon Buttry is a Chiropractor practicing in Fort Collins, CO. Dr. Buttry specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating conditions associated with the neuromusculoskeletal system, while improving each patients functionality and quality of life. Conditions treated include sciatica, neck pain, and arthritis pain, among many others. Dr. Buttry seeks to reduce pain and discomfort through manipulation and adjustment of the spine.
Education and Training
Parker College of Chiropractic DC 2014
National Board of Chiropractic Examiners
Dr. Brandon Edward Buttry D.C.'s Expert Contributions
Yes. Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
You need to have an outside person do this to achieve the correct angles and line of drive through the carpal joints. Go to a chiropractor that also does what's called "extremity adjusting." Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
Because you are releasing endogenous morphine into the body, i.e., endorphins. Also, correct a spinal misalignment helps the nervous system function better, decreases stress hormones like cortisol, and improves blood/CSF circulation. Who wouldn't want that on a regular basis?! Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
Easy. Get pre-requisites completed. Then go to 4 years of doctorate training at any accredited chiropractic college. There, you will gain the knowledge and practical skill to be able to ascertain where subluxations exist (versus compensating vertebra(e)) as well as the ability to determine if, when, how the offending vertebra(e) should be adjusted and which division of the Autonomic Nervous System will be therefore facilitated or inhibited as a result. Excited for you to join this great profession in the future! Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
It is called an activator. READ MORE
I can advise that you see an upper cervical chiropractor. Many times, adjustments at the top of the neck can drastically impact blood pressure shifts/dysfunctions. It is certainly worth trying for a couple months -- and could change you life. Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
I would stop eating meat, dairy, and gluten. Patients never want to do this when in fact it is the very thing that needs addressed. There is no sense applying this treatment and that therapy if the fuel going into the body is pro-inflammatory. You are putting out one fire while starting another. I would begin cryo-tube sessions twice weekly for 4 weeks, then down to once weekly, then down to once monthly. I would continue the chiropractic indefinitely because it is not a treatment it is a lifestyle -- you'll only really benefit once you commit to keep your spine and nerves in line and online for the rest of your life -- this is no different than brushing your teeth everyday -- except your spine and nerves are more important than teeth, and are irreplaceable vs. a tooth which is totally and completely expendable. * Consider finding a chiropractor with decompression therapy -- you may have lower back nerves that need decompressed and those nerves do in fact supply the hip/shin areas. Just a thought. I see hundreds of patients every single week in my clinic and this therapy helps significantly with "pains that just won't go away." Lastly and most importantly, I would forgive anyone in my life that I am holding grudges against, including yourself. This is extremely powerful. No one wants to complete this task either -- if there is guilt, shame, anger -- it needs to be diffused, balanced, neutralized. * Repeat the following: "I forgive you, I thank you, I love you." * Repeat this one also: "I live up to my highest standards with love and with joy." * Many times shin pains are due to a person thinking they are not living up to the ideals that they think they should...do you feel as if you are not meeting someone's standards, even if it's your own? * Listen to this daily while getting ready or in shower: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQPnn36Sguk&list=PLUrIckyAPWmPz94FL33q1hg2ff1vPHS-T&index=3 [https://i.ytimg.com/vi/iQPnn36Sguk/hqdefault.jpg]<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQPnn36Sguk&list=PLUrIckyAPWmPz94FL33q1hg2ff1vPHS-T&index=3> 100% Pure Positive Kevin Trudeau Level 5 incantation - YouTube<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQPnn36Sguk&list=PLUrIckyAPWmPz94FL33q1hg2ff1vPHS-T&index=3> Welcome to our channel 100% Pure Positive.This is a 100% Pure Positive INCANTATION of Level V of Global Information Network by Kevin Trudeau.After listening... www.youtube.com It seems you have tried just about anything -- so I would highly recommend considering these exercises and action steps -- the worst thing that could happen is you heal from the inside out (true healing). I wish you the very best of luck! Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
Find a great chiropractor who can take X-rays of your spine. Allow him or her to adjust you regularly for at least one month and see how great you feel! Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
Anyone and anything can damage a spine. A chiropractor is the least likely person to damage your spine. It is all about the force and technique being used. Find a Gonstead chiropractor and you will be happy. Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
Light adjustments around the ankle and foot! Also adjust the lower back and hips! Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
Adjusting the spine to keep the joints and bones aligned, nerves functioning perfectly allows the muscular tissue to calm and tension to be released. Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
Most likely a deficiency in spinal care. Go to the chiropractor and get an evaluation -- they will find and fix the underlying problem so that it doesn't keep recurring. Taking Ibuprofen can't do that! Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
Have the doctor simply change the technique they are using and it should help. Suggest he or she utilize drops for your neck adjustments. Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
Please let a professional (i.e., chiropractor) do that for you! You would never re-align your own car -- you take it to the mechanic and let the pro do it right! Please take care of your spine and spinal cord system, and I wish you great health and good luck. Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
Conscious competence they call it, meaning being aware of your posture -- that is the first simplest step. Next, sit at your desk nice and tall and adjust monitor to the perfect position and then don't touch it ever again. If you can't see the monitor then you need to sit up straight! Also, do this in your car -- adjust the mirrors to fit you when you have perfect posture. If you can't see out of the mirror, your posture is going bad. Also, look into "extension exercises for better posture" on YouTube. Good luck! Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
There are no studies that show that. Twisting the finger joints to make them pop is no good -- just a light pull on each finger is plenty. Nothing with rotation or excessive force. Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
You will want to have this addressed ASAP so it does not become a chronic condition. Rest the muscle. Ice it. Heat it. Stretch the affected muscle/tendon. YouTube a video taking you through a stretching routine. Get a massage. Get a chiropractic adjustment. Bottom line: Do NOT just let it be. Take action! Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
There are many reasons. Most likely a joint is mal-positioned and a chiropractor could have that feeling much better within a handful of adjustments. Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
Sleep on your back with one medium firmness pillow under your head. Avoid side sleeping. Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
The doctor will carefully examine the area first, then decide on which segments to address. Different segments will do different things for the area and for the overall body function. He/she will then employ his/her chosen technique and render a totally comfortable adjustment to help the area(s) function better. Patients love upper back adjustments! Respectfully, Dr. Brandon Buttry READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- CEO | Founder OneHealth Chiropractic 2015 - 2017
- International Chiropractors Association
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