Chiropractic Physician

Dr. Grant Burdeau

Dr. Grant Burdeau is a 2016 graduate of Logan University. Throughout his school curriculum, he was trained in several chiropractic techniques including Diversified, Logan Basic, and Applied Kinesiology. He also received extensive training in the areas of diagnosis, rehabilitation, soft tissue therapy, biomechanics, and acupuncture. As a recent graduate, he plans to pursue further education in acupuncture and internal medicine as well as biomechanics and functional rehabilitation. Dr. Burdeau feels that good overall health is achieved from being proactive with a balance of preventative care, exercise, and nutrition.

Education

  • Logan University Doctor of Chiropractic, Dec 17th, 2016
  • Logan University B.S. Life Science
  • Purdue University West Lafayette B.S. Sociology/Psychology, May 2010

Continuing Education

  • 100 hour basic acupuncture, 2015
  • Webster Technique, 2016
  • 100 hour advanced acupuncture, 2016
  • Rock Tape FMT and Performance,  2016
  • Active Release Technique (ART), Spine, 2016, Dr. Michael Leahy
  • Neurodynamics Upper Quarter 1, March 2017, Michael Shacklock
  • Neurodynamics Lower Quarter 1, April 2017, Michael Shacklock
  • Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) Exercise 1 with emphasis on Weightlifting, July 2017, Richard Ulm
  • GRIP Approach Performance Lower Extremity, 2017, Dr. Bob Newhalfen and Dr. Benjamin Fergus
  • DNS Exercise 2, September 2017
  • DNS Exercise 3, September 2017
  • BirthFit, September 2017

Upcoming Courses

  • Active Release Technique
  • GRIP Approach

Certifications and Licensure

  • National Board of Chiropractic Examiners Certification
  • Completion of Parts I, II, III, IV and Physiotherapy 2015 & 2016
  • Certified in 100 hour basic acupuncture 2015
  • Certified in Webster Technique 2016
  • Certified in 100 hour advanced acupuncture 2016
  • Certified Rock Tape Practitioner 2016
  • ART Certified, Spine, 2016
  • Indiana Professional Licensure 2017

Professional Interests

  • Acupuncture
  • Internal Medicine
  • Functional Biomechanics
  • Rehabilitation