Brennon Kelly, DC
Dr. Brennon adjusting a Practice Member using the Gonstead technique
Dr. Brennon was born and raised here in Lafayette, LA. He graduated from ULL in 2013 with a Bachelor's in Science, Kinesiology, focus in Exercise Science. He then went on to study chiropractic at Life University in Atlanta, GA, where he graduated at the end of 2017. Chiropractors graduate with a doctorate level degree, earning an estimated 4,600 credit hours over 4 years - studying everything from basic sciences like biochemistry, anatomy, physiology, pathology, and microbiology - the first 2 years are comparable to medical school. The final 2 years of chiropractic school are devoted to clinical sciences and integrated diagnosis, spending many hours in both bone and soft tissue radiology, neurological and orthopedic diagnosis, and case management. DC candidates can choose electives based in specific chiropractic techniques, or special populations i.e. pediatrics.
Dr. Brennon exclusively practices the Gonstead technique, which he has studied for the past 4 years throughout school, mostly extracurricularly. He has visited Dr. Gonstead's historic clinic in Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin multiple times! He continues to pursue clinical excellence in the science, art, and philosophy of chiropractic through the Gonstead seminars, further refining his skills and experience.
Brennon is an ambassador of the One Acadiana chamber, whose mission is to support local businesses while diversifying the market of Acadiana and keeping professionals engaged in the community. He is also a partner of the Healthy Acadiana Coalition, a local non-profit group dedicated to providing a means for citizens in the Acadiana area to pursue a healthy, active lifestyle. He also contributes to Active Acadiana magazine. He is always looking for opportunities to educate the public on healthy lifestyle strategies.
In his free time, Brennon enjoys spending time with his wife, Lauren, and dog, Kenzie, and family and friends, live music, an old Grateful Dead tape on Fridays, being outside in beautiful weather, trying new food, disc and real golf, reading personal development books, yoga, or "indulging" in some type of chiropractic literature. And coffee.