Doctor Lawson Earl Howard, Jr. is a native of Houston, TX. He was
born in Fifth Ward and raised in South Park where he attended
Jesse H. Jones High School. Dr. Howard played varsity baseball and
basketball at Jones and also participated in on-campus clubs,
including the Honor Society, GENTS, MACHO and Hands Across the
Bayou. He went on to attend Grambling State University on an
Athletic Baseball Scholarship and earned a B.S. in Biology with a
minor in Chemistry. After Graduation Dr. Lawson Howard worked
as an Environmental Investigator at Harris County Pollution Control.
During his tenure with the county he worked out for professional
scouts at the Texas- Louisiana Baseball League free agent camp. He
was invited to spring training with the River City Rascals Minor
League Baseball Team of the Frontier League in Fallon, Missouri.
Dr. Howard performed very well at spring training, but did not
make the team. Upon his return to Houston he enrolled in the
Texas Chiropractic College. Becoming a Doctor of Chiropractic Care
fulfilled a desire to be a help to his community. Dr. Howard treats
many athletes and helps patients with neuromusculoskeletal
conditions. He loves his profession because it is natural,
preventative care that provides drug free pain relief. He specializes
in treating neck pain, back pain, leg pain, arthritis, headaches, auto-
accidents and sports injuries.
Dr. Lawson Howard is very active in his community. He is a
member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Prince Hall Masonry,
American Black Chiropractic Association, Houston Area Urban
League, South East Little League Baseball, Houston ISD VIPS and
Miracle Land Church. Dr. Howard donates many hours of service to
inner city schools and athletic programs and provides therapy and
school physicals to low-income kids.
My duties are to serve the South East area of Houston, Texas and
educate my community about the importance of health and
chiropractic care. Remember, You should never be in pain and