Eugene Kramer is the founder of New England Spine and Disc Center located at 279 N. main st, Fall River MA. 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 a 3.2 average.
Eugene Kramer Is Major In Animal science
Eugene Kramer, son of Arthur Kramer and Beverly Kramer, studied at the Florida Atlantic University from 1988 until 1989. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Science with majors in Animal Science from Rutgers University at Cook College. He graduated with a 3.2 average.
During his college, Eugene Kramer worked at Somerset Veterinary Group where he helped the Veterinarians during surgery, took x-rays and administered care to animals in the form of medication application. After college, he applied to New York Chiropractic College where in 1997 he graduated with a doctorate of Chiropractic. He did his internship on Long Island at the Levittown Health Center.
Born in Darby, his father was the former president and owner of Kramer Lighting Inc. located in Middletown, R.I. This company manufactured commercial light fixtures for companies such as Nike, Warner Bros. and was later bought by Advanced Lighting Technologies.
Eugene Kramer has been a treating physician since 1997. He has been in private practice since 1999. He worked as an associate for Dr. Frederick Chassman for about 1 year. As a sole proprietor, he opened his first clinic in Fall River, MA under the name of New England Spine and Disc Center, LLC. He has also owned practices in Brockton, New Bedford, Fall River, Taunton, Providence, R.I and Middletown.
Eugene Kramer aims at providing his patients with better health and a better way of life by teaching and practicing the true principles of chiropractic wellness care. He focuses on Cox Flexion Distraction for spinal disc injuries and is an expert in treating injuries due to auto accidents, low back pain, Fibromyalgia, headaches, spinal pain, arthritis, work and sports injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, and most musculoskeletal injuries.
His primary clinical interests lie in headache and disc injury management and helping people lead less painful lives. His hobbies include tennis, golf, and taking care of his dog Driver. He also involves himself in activities like jet skiing, travelling and also loves to spend quality time with his family and friends.