Get Back In The Game
Injured? Want help? If it still hurts, it’s time to see a Doctor of Physical Therapy
Skilled joint manipulation, hands on stretching, soft tissue mobilization and self-mobilization are the modalities we use to get something that’s stuck, moving again.
Strengthening, re-educating neuromuscular pathways and skill building is how we balance the forces acting on your joints. We’ll build stability in a system they may have “rattled loose” somewhere along the way.
With a thorough evaluation the root cause of your problem is exposed. Treatment then proceeds efficiently & effectively.
Get in. Get out. Get Back in the Game!
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About Lisa Boudreaux DPT, CSCS
Lisa Boudreaux is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach. She earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of St Augustine, Austin, TX. Prior to that, she earned a Master of Science in Physical Therapy from UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX. Dr Boudreaux has been in clinical practice, with an emphasis in Sports Medicine since 2002.
She founded Fleur de Lis Physical Therapy in New Orleans, a successful practice, set up to address the medical services vacuum in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Prior to that, she worked extensively with runners, skiers and tennis players at SF Sports Med, in Santa Fe, NM. She had the honor of working with Veterans during a two and a half year post with the Department of Veteran’s Affairs. She has an ongoing position with the Kapstone Papermill, Charleston, SC as a consultant for Soft Tissue Injury Prevention
She has designed conditioning programs using a variety of modalities including but not limited to: SwimEx current resistance aquatic training, body-weight movement systems, speed and power training, anti-gravity and manually driven treadmills.
Dr Boudreaux is a former Division 1 basketball player and avid practitioner of old school calisthenics, which make you real life strong and keeps your joints supple.