Getting Back to Your Life

Has Never Been This Simple

Dr. Rueben Carter is the chiropractor New Orleans chooses for optimal whole body function and relief.

Located inside the New Orleans Healing Center
2372 St. Claude Ave. Suite 220
(Upper Second Floor)
New Orleans, LA 70117

Mon, Tue, & Fri: 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Wed & Thur: 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Sat: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Google Rating
5.0

Simply the #1 Choice

Our non-surgical and non-pharmaceutical treatments naturally address the biomechanical and neurological factors that not only cause back pain but affect your overall well-being.

Our minimal overhead allows us to provide quality care with reasonable costs for self-pay patients. We also accept UnitedHealthcare, BCBS, Cigna, Humana (PPO), and Medicare.

The Doctor of Chiropractic is 100% hands-on and adapts techniques to your individual health goals. We offer whole-body manual adjusting and gentle, instrument-based techniques.

There is no rushed “assembly line” care. Your sessions are very thorough in our comfortable space inside the New Orleans Healing Center.

Our goal is to quickly get you pain-free with an improved quality of life. We pride ourselves on our conservative care and clinical outcomes.

You will never experience sales pressure, long-term care commitments, or unnecessary treatments that only increase your costs.

The Chiropractor New Orleans Chooses

Dr. Rueben Carter, D.C.

In our increasingly “complex” healthcare system where chemicals are seen as the most viable option for biomechanical problems, Dr. Rueben Carter offers a refreshing voice for the New Orleans community. His approach acknowledges the multiple factors that contribute to a patient’s health, including our often stressful lifestyles. His mission is to help the community avoid the risks and costs of more invasive healthcare procedures by offering a conservative and affordable alternative.

Before starting private practice he worked for several offices in San Diego, California, where he had the opportunity to care for hundreds of patients, including Olympic athletes. Dr. Rueben is a graduate of Georgia State University and Life University’s College of Chiropractic. He was an honorable recipient of the Ruth and William Silen, M.D. Award 2010 at a Harvard Medical School research conference.

Get Back to Living Your Life


Myofascial pain
Muscular and connective tissue pain
Tendonitis
A condition in which the tissue connecting muscle to bone becomes inflamed
Bursitis
Inflammation of the fluid-filled pads (bursae) that act as cushions at the joints
Arthritis
Inflammation of one or more joints, causing pain and stiffness
Disc degeneration
A condition of the discs between vertebrae with loss of cushioning, fragmentation, and herniation
Bulging disc
A disc between the vertebrae that has decayed, causing the disc’s gel-like inner material to form a bulge or protrusion that may aggravate or compress a nearby nerve
Spinal stenosis
Narrowing of the space that holds the spinal cord and the nerves within the spine. Symptoms may include pain, numbness, and muscle weakness.
Herniated disc
When the soft center of a spinal disc pushes through a crack in the tougher exterior casing
Spinal degeneration
General wear and tear of spinal structures, such as the vertebrae and discs

Spondylolisthesis
A spinal disorder in which a bone (vertebra) slips forward onto the bone below it, causing possible back pain, leg pain, and numbness due to nerve irritation
Facet joint injury
Pain at the joint between two vertebrae in your spine
Non-specific back pain
Generalized back pain due to no specific disease or condition
Neck pain
Joint dysfunction
Abnormal function or movement of a joint
Nerve pain
Pain from nerves and associated symptoms such as sensitivity, numbness, tingling or prickling, a burning sensation, or weakness
Radiculopathy
The pinching of a nerve root in the spinal column. Symptoms vary by location but frequently include pain, weakness, numbness, and tingling.
Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
Improper movement of the joints that connect the sacrum to the pelvis, resulting in pain in the low back and legs
Sciatica
Pain radiating along the sciatic nerve, which runs down the legs from the lower back

Extremity pain
Pain in the arms and legs due to stress and overuse
Rotator cuff injuries
Injuries to the group of muscles and tendons surrounding the shoulder
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Numbness, tingling, weakness, and other problems in your hand because of pressure on the median nerve in your wrist
Plantar fasciitis
Inflammation of a thick band of tissue that connects the heel bone to the toes. Symptoms include stabbing pain near the heel that might be worse in the mornings.
Achilles tendonitis
An injury of the Achilles tendon, which connects the calf muscle to the heel bone
Headaches
Whiplash
Occurs when the neck and head are suddenly forced backward and then forward, putting the neck through quick motions and extreme stresses
Fibromyalgia
Widespread muscle pain and tenderness, often accompanied by fatigue and altered sleep, memory, and mood
Athletic injuries

Located Inside the
New Orleans Healing Center
2372 St. Claude Ave.
Suite 220
New Orleans, LA 70117
(Elevator Level – 2U)

Parking Available in Rear & On Street

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Phone: 504.233.2083 (Voicemail Only)
Fax: 504.605.2217
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