Dr. Jason P. Abshire, D.C., C.C.S.P.
Dr. Abshire is a native of Rayne and an alumnus of Rayne High School, class of 1993. He then attended Louisiana State University at Eunice, where he received an Associate of Science Degree in 1998. Dr. Abshire continued his education at Texas Chiropractic College, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude receiving his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree in 2001. As part of his training Dr. Abshire worked with a Neurosurgeon in the Houston Medical Center, in which he performed exams as well as assisted in surgery, giving him advanced clinical skills. Dr. Abshire also worked at Baseball Sports Medicine Institute, which furthered his understanding of musculoskeletal conditions. In an effort to continue to provide the latest treatment options, Dr. Abshire received the post graduate credential of Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP) in 2003. Dr. Abshire is married to the former Kelly Fontenot and has four children, twins Matthew and Makenzie, Andrew and Emily.
Dr. Benjamin A. Penton, D.C., M.S.
Dr. Penton grew up in Midland, Louisiana and attended Midland High School. He completed his bachelor degree from the Louisiana State University in Kinesiology. He then pursued his Masters degree from the University of Louisiana at Monroe, where he received a Masters of Science in Exercise Physiology. Dr. Penton then moved to Houston, TX where he attended Texas Chiropractic College and was awarded his Doctor of Chiropractic degree.
Dr. Penton is married to his amazing wife of seven years, Jenna Hargrave Penton. They have one daughter, Demi. They enjoy participating in sports, outdoor activities, and spending time with family and friends.
Keisha LeBlanc, LMT
Keisha is a Breaux Bridge native and alumus of Breaux Bridge High, class of 2003. She became a Licensed Massage Therapist in 2011. Since her licensing, she has obtained certifications in Myofascial and Trigger Point, and Ashiatsu techniques. She is married to Wayne and has 4 children; Hunter, Elijiah, Skai and Kadynce.
From Keisha, 'I have known that I was meant to be a massage therapist since I was 8 years old. I enjoy being able to just know where to go when massaging someone. Some therapist call that intuition, I call it just loving to help people. I really enjoy Ashiatsu because I apply more pressure and go deeper but without the pointy feeling of elbows and hands. My clients tell me they love it.'