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Dr. Brytani Brady Laird is originally from Glenmora, Louisiana, where she graduated from Glenmora High School. In high school she participated in many different sports such as basketball, softball, and track. After high school Dr. Brytani Laird attended Louisiana College in Pineville, Louisiana. In college, she was a part of the Collegiate Ministries where she did many mission trips, as well as played intramurals. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Biology.


Dr. Brytani Laird became a chiropractic patient during her undergraduate work after having an outstanding foot injury from high school. After being treated by a chiropractor and seeing positive results by losing all foot pain and correcting her foot biomechanics, Dr. Brytani Laird decided to go to Chiropractic school. Dr. Brytani Laird received her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Texas Chiropractic College in Pasadena, Texas in April 2017.


Dr. Brytani Laird is married to PJ and they 4 children, Wesston, Brody, Brooklyn, and Barrett. As a family they love playing sports, hunting, and enjoying the outdoors.


Dr. Brytani Laird has her Webster Technique Certification. Her goal is to work with women during their pregnancy to help them have a healthier and easier childbirth process. She enjoys working with children of all ages and believes chiropractic gives your family the foundation for wellness.

Dr. Brytani Laird is working on her Diplomate with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association where she is receiving extensive training in pregnancy and pediatrics.


Dr. Brytani Laird is also certified in Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization to assist muscles in the healing process.

Dr. Brytani is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, a Birth Fit Leader, on the steering committee for the Louisiana Breastfeeding Coalition, and Vice Chair for the Acadiana Breastfeeding Coalition. 

Dr. Brytani Laird loves serving the community and helping her patients lead a fulfilling life free of pain and restrictions.

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