About the Doctor
Dr. Jennifer Rousseau is a Board Certified licensed Doctor of Chiropractic. After completing her undergraduate degree in Business Management at the University of Texas, she attended Parker College of Chiropractic where she received her doctorate in Chiropractic. She specializes in pediatrics, pregnancy, and women’s health issues – such as lupus, autoimmune diseases, weight loss counseling, neck and low back pain, and headaches just to name a few. Her specialty in pregnancy is using the Webster technique to help reduce malposition of developing babies.
Dr. Rousseau has been highly successful in helping many women decrease low back pain associated with pregnancy, and decrease delivery time by reducing subluxations in the pelvis, low back, and sacrum. She also sees children for a multitude of conditions – including ear aches, cranial malformations caused by vacuum or forceps delivery, many cases of asthma and allergies, scoliosis, and bed wetting along with many other conditions. Dr. Rousseau also works with children with behavioral issues such as ADD, OCD, and autism. She is currently studying the latest technique in pediatrics in order to provide the safest and latest in adjusting techniques.
Dr. Rousseau works with OB/GYNs, nurses, midwives, pediatrician, and doctors in other specialties with the goal of providing optimal healthcare to each patient. She also leads a support group for Lupus that meets monthly wherein she counsels individuals with lupus through education and information. Dr. Rousseau herself has had Lupus for over 20 years and has dedicated a large part of her practice to helping those with lupus lead a healthier lifestyle. She is an active member of ICPA, ACA, and the Lupus Midsouth Chapter Foundation of America.
Dr. Rousseau is an Adjunct Professor for Palmer College of Chiropractic, training Chiropractic Doctoral Candidates in the most current diagnostics and treatment techniques.