The Doctors & Staff

Dr. Scott LeBaron, D.C.

Doctor of Chiropractic

Biography

Biography: Dr. Scott LeBaron is licensed to practice Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, and rehab in the state of Arizona. Dr. LeBaron practices at LeBaron Chiropractic clinic founded in 1977 by his Father. Dr. LeBaron has been practicing since 2003.


Dr. Scott LeBaron was born in Iowa City, Iowa while his father attended Chiropractic College, other wise Mesa has been his home.

Professional Organizations

  • Arizona Association of Chiropractic American Chiropractic Association
  • Continuing Education
  • Capacity Management
  • Whitehall Management
  • Parker Business
  • Singer Enterprises

Community Services Assistant Scout Master

  • Eagle Scout himself

Professional Designation

  • Doctor of Chiropractic
  • Doctor of Physiotherapy/Rehab

Education

  • Parker College of Chiropractic
  • Mesa Community College
  • Scottsdale Community College
  • Northlake College

Technique Seminars

  • Gonstead, Charrette Protocols Thompson, Diversified, SOT, Activator Methods (Proficiency rated), Palmer Method (taught by father)

Certifications

  • Activator Methods Proficiency Rating




Dr. Michael LeBaron, D.C.

Doctor of Chiropractic

Biography

Dr. LeBaron is licensed to Practice Chiropractic and Physiotherapy in the State of Arizona. Dr. LeBaron founded, and has practiced at LeBaron Chiropractic since 1977.

Dr. LeBaron was born in Mesa Arizona and has been actively involved in the community for over 30 years. Dr. LeBaron is fluent in Spanish.

Professional Organizations

  • President of Dynamics of Spinal Stress
  • International Chiropractic Association
  • Chiropractic Association of Arizona
  • American Chiropractic Association

Continuing Education

  • Management Seminars:
  • Parker Business, Gibson Management, Capacity Management, Tony Robbins, Covey Institute, Whitehall, Halstead, Singer Enterprises, Chiropractic Management.

Community Services

  • Varsity and Explorer
  • Scout Leader for 17 years
  • Eagle Scout

Professional Designation

  • Doctor of Chiropractic, D.C.
  • Doctor of Physiotherapy, P.T.

Education

  • Palmer Chiropractic College, D.C.
  • Brigham Young University, 2 years
  • Mesa Community College, 1 year

Technique Seminars

Gonstead, Ernhardt, BEST, Pierce/Stillwagon, NIMMO, Activator Method, Logan, Surface EMG.

Certifications

  • Chiropractic Certificate of Spinal Trauma (CCST)
  • Disability and Impairment Ratings



Iveet L.M.T.

Professional Designation
Licensed Massage Therapist, L .M.T

Modalities

  • Trigger Point therapy-A firm irritable tight band of muscle fiber characterized by tenderness, referred pain and loss of range a motion.
  • Injury Massage therapy -Soft tissue massage for use specifically with primary injury rehabilitation.
  • Swedish Massage therapy-For relaxation.
  • Russian Sports Massage therapy-Helps to clean the lymphatic system and increase circulation.
  • Structural Bodywork-To help with chronic holding patterns and to help restructure the body due to compensation of an injury.
  • Sports Massage therapy-To help athletes get prepared for pre-event, Inter event and post event in sports or exercising its not just for athletes.
  • Cranial Sacral therapy-Focuses on the bones of the head, spinal column and the underlying structures helps head aches, of any sort.
  • Shiatsu-Helps with balancing the body by working the meridians with compression.
  • Reflexology-through working the feet and hands manipulation of one part of the body can affect another body part and function to help the body and the body systems work together.

Education

  • 815.00 hours of professional massage therapy
  • 126.00 hours of anatomy/physiology
  • 63.00 hours of professional development

I graduated in October of 2006 and I went to Arizona school of massage therapy in Tempe. I really like working at LeBaron chiropractic. Its a great environment with great chiropractors.