Frequently Asked Questions


How is MoveMore different?

MoveMore aims to provide the best chiropractic and rehab experience by doing two things: providing higher quality care than the competition and respecting your time as a patient. We accomplish this by providing longer visits with complete one-on-one time with the chiropractor. This means no assistants and no machines, but instead 100% hands-on, individualized expert care. Our longer visits allow us to accomplish more in each session and as a result get you better faster. Have questions before you get started? Schedule a free 20 minute phone consultation. We’ll take the guessing out of your experience. If we don’t think you’re a good fit for our approach, we will happily refer you to someone who is.

What type of chiropractic treatments does MoveMore provide?

The MoveMore treatment approach is based on some of the best evidence-based manual therapy and strength and conditioning techniques. We use manual therapy techniques to increase range-of-motion, decrease muscle and modulate pain. Some of the common manual therapy techniques we use are joint manipulations/mobilizations, soft tissue techniques, stretching and neurodynamics. We also incorporate therapeutic exercise into treatments to increase strength, flexibility, muscular capacity and neuromuscular control. Common therapeutic exercise strategies used at MoveMore include corrective rehab exercises, strength training and mobility work. Every patient receives an action plan for moving forward including some at-home portions to reinforce progress made in session and continue healing.

Do you only treat runners?

No. While we pride ourselves on getting runners back to pain-free running as quickly as possible, they are not our only patients. We treat just as many others with longstanding non-sports injuries. We treat musculoskeletal issues of all type with our sports chiropractic care.

Do I need a referral from my doctor?

No in Massachusetts you do not need a referral to see a chiropractor.

Can I use my HSA/FSA?

Yes, chiropractic care is a HSA/FSA eligible expense.

What should I wear?

We recommend that you wear something that allows you to move freely and that you will feel comfortable exercising in.