Eugene Kramer is a widely renowned personality. He attended Florida Atlantic University (1988 to 1989) and did his Bachelor’s Degree in Science from the reputed Rutgers University at Cook College. He graduated with an excellent average of 3.2 with majors in Animal Science. He did his internship on Long Island at the Levittown Health Center. While he was studying in the college, he worked at Somerset Veterinary Group and helped the veterinarians while they performed surgery, took x-rays and administered animal care in the form of medication application.
In 1997, Eugene Kramer graduated with a doctorate of Chiropractic from New York Chiropractic College. He aims to provide his patients with enhanced health care and an exceptional lifestyle by focusing on teaching and practicing the true principles of unparalleled chiropractic wellness care. Since 1997, he has been a treating physician known for offering excellent services. He has also worked for Dr. Frederick Chassman as an associate for almost a year. After working there he opened his first clinic in Fall River, M.A under the name of New England Spine and Disc Center, LLC.
Since1999,Eugene Kramer has been into private practice and owns many practices in Brockton, New Bedford, Fall River, Taunton, Providence, R.I and Middletown. Other than that, he is an excellent chiropractor who specializes in healing injuries which could occur due to auto accidents, low back pain, Fibromyalgia, headaches, spinal pain, arthritis, work and sports injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome and several kinds of musculoskeletal injuries.
He has been helping people to lead pain free lives with his healing capabilities. His primary clinical interests lie in headaches and disc injury management. Apart from that, Eugene Kramer also offers Cox Flexion Distraction for spinal disc injuries. In his free time,he enjoys playing tennis gold. He also has a dog named Driver and he loves to take care of him. Besides, he involves himself in activities like jet skiing, travelling and being with family and friends.