Dr. Charles H Archer IV is the oldest of 3 brothers born and raised in the greater New Orleans area. As a child he was treated with Chiropractic for his asthma when regular medications made him too hyper. After receiving his bachelors of Arts in Sociology from Loyola University, an automobile accident injury led him back to chiropractic.
Finding relief in chiropractic care changed Dr. Archer’s career tract. He went to Palmer College of Chiropractic where he excelled in his studies. Dr. Archer was invited to participate in Palmer’s clinic abroad program in India where he treated the poor and disadvantaged in need of chiropractic care. Dr. Archer was also honored to be a clinic teaching assistant in Palmer’s Chiropractic Clinic.
Dr. Archer is an avid cyclist and runner. He enjoys the festivals in and around New Orleans and like most New Orleanians loves to eat and cook.
He is active in the Mid-City Business Association, the Greater New Orleans Chamber of Commerce and the Chiropractic Association of Louisiana.
Dan Heidel previously adjunct professor and clinical instructor for massage at Delgado Community College in New Orleans, Louisiana. Dan received his bachelor of science degree in exercise science/physical education from the University of South Alabama. He received his diploma in massage in 2000 form Mobile School of Massage therapy. He has also previously worked as a clinical specialist in operating rooms throughout Louisiana and Mississippi. As a faculty member of Delgado Community College. Dan lectured in anatomy and physiology, kinesiology, and pathology, and has designed and prepared course manuals of anatomy/ physiology, kinesiology, and Swedish massage. He has also taught foundations and methods of Swedish, deep tissue, sports, and special populations massage.
Dan has worked in massage therapy as an interdependent contractor, owning his own business. While working with his clients, he works primarily with integrative therapist, especially deep tissue, orthopedic, neuromuscular, sports, and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation techniques. Dan began his work in health and wellness care as a physical therapy technician for the Tenet Healthcare Systems Corporation in 1995.
Karen Mosca is a native New Orleanian one of 8 siblings. As the mother of 3 boys she enjoys taking care of people. Karen is an accomplished cook who is happy to share recipes with you. She and her husband enjoy travelling to Italy.