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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.
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.
Pete Broussard knew he wanted to help people as best he could, so while working as a chiropractic assistant, he spent his evenings at massage school. Now a licensed massage therapist, his days are filled with helping clients find relief from chronic and new pain via a handful of massage modalities. He often crafts custom massages that mix and match techniques, from gentle gliding strokes to deeper kneading. His specialty sports massages utilize targeted stretching and kneading to help athletes recover from injuries and improve their range of motion and x-ray vision.
“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.