Dr. Maria & Dr. Scott Fournier
Dr. Maria Fournier, D.C. & Dr. Scott Fournier, D.C., M.S., ART
Dr Scott is a Lafayette native and a graduate of both Comeaux High School and UL-Lafayette. While attending UL-L he not only played football but served as a student assistant strength & conditioning coach. After receiving his Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology he attended Louisiana State University. While working toward his Masters Degree in Kinesiology he was a graduate assistant strength & conditioning coach during the 2002 and 2003 National Championship seasons. He continued his education at Texas Chiropractic College in Houston, TX where he met his beautiful wife, Dr Maria. After the birth of their daughter, Charlotte, Dr Scott took a position in Monroe, LA where he gained valuable experience as The Head of the Rehabilitation Department working with accident victims and serving as the chiropractor for the UL-Monroe Warhawks. To better serve his patients, Dr Scott has completed training in the soft tissue treatment, Active Release Technique. To learn more, click here.
Dr. Maria completed her undergraduate degree at Texas A&M University where she graduated cum laude. She maintained a focus in Biomedical Sciences and Psychology while completing her undergraduate training and has extensive knowledge in both fields. She moved on to Texas Chiropractic College where she completed a Doctorate of Chiropractic degree. She received training in advanced soft tissue methods and had the honor of being one of eight interns chosen to treat Olympic quality athletes at the COMCACAF Gold Cup Tournament in 2007. As a former member of the National Physique Committee, she highly values nutrition and exercise and incorporates both of these into her integrative approach to health and wellness.
Dr Scott & Dr Maria value the health and wellness of their patients. They believe in restoring a patient’s health through exceptional patient care, respect and education. They are both trained in Diversified Technique and various forms of soft tissue manipulation. They believe exercise is a key component of health and incorporate functional rehabilitative exercises into their treatment protocols. They know that every patient is an individual and treat them as such.