Dr. Toler and the conscientious crew at Tacoma Chiropractic commit themselves to healing ailments using their spine-straightening skills. A one-hour massage can relieve stress, unknot overworked muscles, and clear away the tension of held-back curse words. Clients can choose from a myriad of massage options, including deep tissue, relaxation, Swedish, and therapeutic, depending on their needs. The center's soothing yellow and green walls evoke Mother Nature, enveloping each patient in her nurturing arms, while its tenacious team slakes stress from aching bodies.
Dr. David Edwards and Dr. Sean Lamy co-captain Source Chiropractic and Rehab, skillfully treating the spine and its neighboring musculature—Dr. Edwards even travels with the New Orleans Saints as their go-to sideline aligner. Upon arrival at Source, as a new patient you will be asked to fill out paperwork about your medical history and disconcerting condition, which will be followed by a consultation with one of the doctors. Combining the information gathered during a one-on-one chat about present physical ailments and concerns and the results from standard neurological, orthopedic, postural, and physical examinations (testing your reflexes and mobility), your doctor will begin to determine the best course of treatment.
For Michelle LeBlanc, there?s no place like home. After completing her doctor of chiropractic degree in Georgia, the born-and-raised Louisianan moved back home to alleviate her neighbors? physical pain. Now Dr. LeBlanc works at Acadian Chiropractic, where she uses her chiropractic expertise to treat a variety of pains including headaches, whiplash, carpal tunnel syndrome, and back and neck pain.
Using controlled techniques, she realigns patients? spines, removing anything blocking essential paths in the nervous system. Using the Webster technique, she helps balance the pelvis and improve its functionality, which may ease labor pains for pregnant women or correct unborn babies? breech positions. An on-staff licensed massage therapist works together with Dr. LeBlanc to reduce pain, anxiety, and stress with Swedish, deep-tissue, or sports massages. The doctor helps each patient keep up the healing process at home by providing instructions that include exercises and icing, heating, or tenderly kissing muscles.
“I'll see you in court!” Doctor of Chiropractic Kenneth D. Pace has heard that from more than a few lawyers. As an accomplished chiropractor and author, he's often in court for workers' compensation claims, sharing his knowledge about the characteristics of whiplash and other injuries as an expert witness. Most of the time, though, he's at his chiropractic practice in Metairie, where he's helped patients to overcome injuries and pain since 1984. Pace and his staff perform a range of treatments and guide patients through rehabilitative exercises to help them get back on their feet.
Licensed massage therapist Cournie Theriot, a New Orleans local, helms Total Body Massage, where she works to alleviate chronic pains and conditions with chiropractic services. Rather than focusing on merely treating symptoms, she strives to understand the root causes of issues such as allergies, headaches, seeing ghosts, and neck and back pain. To this end, she offers a variety of services, including a lineup of massages that include sports, Swedish, and warm-stone modalities.
From his unassuming office tucked beneath the trees, Dr. Freeman Garrett has been treating chiropractic patients for more than 50 years. In that time, the good doctor has outlasted nine U.S. presidents, who for some reason couldn’t keep their jobs, and helped diagnose and ease pain for more than 250,000 patients. To treat patients, Dr. Garrett and his staff combine traditional and modern technologies in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere, implementing adjustments alongside low level laser therapy, thermal therapy, and electrical nerve stimulation. The office accepts patients with or without insurance, and also offers family discounts.