Meet the Doctors

BoreTide Chiropractic

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Rebecca Fidler, DC

Dr. Rebecca Fidler was born and raised in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. She loves exploring the outdoors, and obtains a passion for helping people feel and move their best so they can do the same. She achieved her Bachelors of Human Kinetics at the University of British Columbia- Okanagan Campus all the while enjoying the larger terrain of mountains to explore. Throughout her studies, she helped to create and execute an exercise program for the residents of a brain injury transitional center, as well as helped out at a cardiac rehabilitation center monitoring vitals, fitness testing and medical data-basing. Her interest in being a health-care provider with a sports emphasis lead her South to California's Palmer College of Chiropractic- San Jose Campus, and a member of their prestigious Sports Council.

While at Chiropractic College, she had the privilege of providing care at Monterey's Sea Otter Classic, NorCal Crossfit Regional Championships, NorthFace Endurance Challenge and Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon. She was also honored to be able to serve Veterans during her extended internship at the Northern California Veterans Hospital. This was important to her because of her husbands' involvement with the Army Reserves as a combat medic of which places her within the Military family. Family is very important to her, and she treats all her patients as such with regards to care. She is a mother of a beautiful toddler and has gained the firsthand experience of how chiropractic can help throughout pregnancy, along with the very early moments of life and beyond. The experience taken from all her diverse working environments has helped shape her into as passionate and well-rounded chiropractor. She looks forward to helping you gain a healthier and happier version of you.

"Doctor" is derived from Latin, meaning "to teach." Dr. Fidler found her passion in teaching during her snowboard instructing days at a local Canadian ski-hill as soon as she was licensed to drive as a teenager. She is now able to teach others how to be able to enjoy the things they love, with an overall better quality. The teaching will always continue during your care with Dr. Fidler. It is important to her that you have a core understanding of your body, how it works, and why Chiropractic care will help in your individualized case.

Dr. Rebecca Fidler
Owner, Doctor of Chiropractic
Webster Certified through ICPA
CrossFit Level 1 Trainer


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Joshua Fidler, DC


Dr. Josh attended the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, where he received his Bachelor of Science. During his undergraduate studies, Dr. Josh participated in collegiate lacrosse and intramural sports. After graduating, he drove 2,400 miles across the lower 48 to San Jose, California to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic-West. Prior to graduating, Dr. Josh completed his field training experience at the Veteran Affair's Hospital in Northern California.

As a volunteer Wisconsin firefighter, Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT), and a medic in the US Army, Dr. Josh gave back to his community and country, and now he is committed to helping people in his new community find health and wellness. He is trained as a Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator (TSAC-F) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), CrossFit Level 2 Trainer, Olympic and power-lifting, as well as tactical training and performance. Dr. Josh is also certified in Graston Technique, Functional Movement Taping (RockDoc/RockTape), Functional Movement Screening (FMS), and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA). Dr. Josh has treated athletes at the Northern California (NorCal) CrossFit Regionals, National Pro Grid League (NPGL), North Face Endurance Challenge, Monterey's Sea Otter Classic, and many other endurance, lifting, and extreme sporting competitions.

My Story: How I Became A Chiropractor

I was born and raised in rural Wisconsin. I lived on a farm and worked construction in my early years and so, I understand and appreciate the toll taken on a body in labor-intensive environments. I know what hard work and dedication are, as well as the injuries that are their direct (or indirect) result. As a high school and collegiate athlete, I experienced many physical injuries, including a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) at age 15. After the ACL reconstructive surgery, my chiropractor helped me rehabilitate my knee, as well as correct the whole-body dysfunctions that followed the surgery. Four years later, while I was working on an ecological study monitoring bats (yes, the nocturnal flying creatures) I experienced an episode of sciatica caused by lifting my canoe out of the water with improper posture. Having been treated by traditional medical interventions (pain killers, muscle relaxants, corticosteroid injections, etc.) in the past with limited relief, I decided to visit my Wisconsin chiropractor and found relief for the first time in over three months. Within two weeks, my sciatic issues were gone! This was the defining moment for me, the one that led me on the journey of a lifetime, pursuing my education and career as a Doctor of Chiropractic.

Dr. Joshua Fidler
Owner, Doctor of Chiropractic
CrossFit Level 2 Trainer