Dr. Breaux graduated from LSU in Baton Rouge and LSU Medical School in New Orleans. He was Board Certified in ENT in 1981, and later Certified in ENT Allergy. He entered private practice in Baton Rouge in 1981 and continues with the same organization of physicians to this day. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, an ethical organization of Board Certified Surgeons of all specialties.
Dr Breaux volunteered for 18 years as an Otologist for the East Baton Rouge Handicapped Children's Clinic and he served in various leadership positions including Chief of Staff of Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center in 2004. Dr. Breaux has a particular interest in nasal and sinus disorders, and was the first physician to perform and teach endoscopic sinus surgery in Southern Louisiana.
Other areas of interest include care of the professional voice and disorders associated with scuba diving. His position with LSU HSC New Orleans is Clinical Assistant Professor. Dr. Breaux also served in a teaching capacity in the US Army Medical Corps and he is a retired reservist. His hobbies include woodworking, golf and the occasional fishing or hunting trip. His wife of 46 years is Carolyn and his children are Jennifer B. McHam and Jack L. Breaux, III, MD