Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Eugene M. Kramer D.C Is Associated With Massachusetts Chiropractic society

Born on December 19,1969, Eugene Kramer D.C is the founder of New England Spine and Disc Center located at 279 N. main st, Fall River MA. Since 1997, he has been a treating physician known for offering excellent services. He also worked for Dr. Frederick Chassman as an associate for almost a year. After working there he opened New England Spine and Disc Center, LLC, which is his first clinic in Fall River, M.A.

He studied at the Florida Atlantic University from 1988 until 1989 and then finished his Bachelors of Science from Rutgers University at Cook College. His official major was Animal Science and he graduated with an exceptional average of 3.2. In 1997, Eugene Kramer D.C graduated with a degree of Doctorate in Chiropractic from the New York Chiropractic College, soon after finishing his Bachelor’s degree. His aim is to provide his patients with enhanced health care and an exceptional life style by focusing on teaching and practicing the true principles of unparalleled Chiropractic Wellness Care.

Eugene Kramer D.C aided the veterinarians by assisting them during surgeries, taking X-rays and administering care to animals in the form of medical application. He then applied to New York Chiropractic College and successfully graduated with the doctorate of chiropractic in 1997. He specializes in headache healing, disc injury management and help people to lead less painful lives. Some of the injuries relating to auto accidents, low back pain, Fibromyalgia, headaches, spinal pain, arthritis, work and sport injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome and several kinds of musculoskeletal injuries are treated at his clinic.

Eugene Kramer D.C is associated with Massachusetts Chiropractic Society. In his free time, he enjoys playing tennis. He also has a dog named Driver and he loves to take care of him. Besides, he has involved himself in activities like jet skiing, travelling and being with family and friends.

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