"A 1990 graduate of LSU Medical School New Orleans; Dr. Freeman’s fields of expertise include internal medicine, preventive and occupational medicine and instrument technology development. He has served as a medical and technical consultant for the development of diagnostic and treatment instrumentation, consultant and practitioner of preventive, occupational and environmental medicine, hospital and nursing home director, coroner of Iberville Parish, and adjunct professor of Kinesiology at LSU in Baton Rouge. Dr. Freeman has also owned and operated four clinics in Louisiana, and was involved in the development, operation and marketing of an innovative non-invasive scanning device for cardiac topography.
Prior to his university training, he served in the U. S. Navy, where he completed Hospital Corps School, Field Medical Service School, Fleet Marine Force Medic Training and Advanced Hospital Corps School.
Dr. Freeman resides in Broussard, La with his wife, Marie. He has 5 children and 7 grandchildren."
"When you choose to come to Axxess Medical Solutions, you are choosing a program that will help you to be more efficient in your performance; mentally, physically and emotionally. Our custom designed programs will enhance your chances of a long, healthy and productive life at work and at home.
Our Concierge Medicine Service provides exclusive access for individuals and their families, to the highest quality of wellness; namely our “Optimal Health & Performance” program. This program is about prevention, as well as early detection/intervention, of conditions for which patients are at high risk. We then attend to the “high risk” factors and arrest the progression and even reverse some conditions.
Our Concierge Medicine platform allows for clinical and/or tele-medical consultations, providing convenient, cost-effective patient encounters. Your doctor is at your finger tips with this “value added” tele-medical service! After an initial consultation, follow-up visits can be conducted via tele-medicine from anywhere, at anytime."