With over 25 years of combined experience as both a Physical Therapist and Chiropractor, Dr. Seth Kaiser is specialized in utilizing a dual treatment method for musculoskeletal dysfunction and orthopedic injuries. Dr. Kaiser uses a safe, gentle approach in applying modalities such as ultrasound, electrical stimulation and mechanical traction, as well as spinal adjustments, mobilizations, and massage.
One on one exercise programs are implemented using a wide variety of gym equipment and therapy balls. Individualized instruction and progressions are closely monitored.
Dr. Kaiser's patient approach and careful guidance help make patients feel secure and well cared for at The Source for Health and Well Living.
Dr. Kaiser gives chiropractic treatments that are very diversified and holistic. Procedures are used for treating the spine, other joints and tissues, and general health issues. These include physical fitness/exercise promotion, corrective or therapeutic exercise, ergonomic/postural advice, self-care strategies, changing risky/unhealthy behaviors, nutritional/dietary recommendations, relaxation/stress reduction recommendations, ice pack/cryotherapy, trigger point therapy, and disease prevention/early screening advice.
Christine Bloom is our group fitness instructor who offers strength and conditioning classes geared to all different fitness levels. These small, personalized classes include core strength exercises utilizing free weights and stability balls. A variety of mat exercises focus on full body strengthening and flexibility. Christine also has her Massage Therapy license from the New York Institute of Massage.
New at The Source, the Anatomotor mechanical traction table provides similar effects to the recently popular spinal decompression units. The Anatomotor is unique in combining spinal traction with a deep kneading massage. As the table glides slowly for separation, two levels of rollers create a massage effect for ultimate relaxation of muscles.
Along with mobilizing all levels of the spine, this form of traction provides specific setups for shoulders, hips, and knees to help increase range of motion and decrease muscle guarding.
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