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WELCOME TO KAISER BACK INSTITUTE!

Get Pain Free in 2 Weeks or Less !


We offer the experience of a 15 year back expert who has been an established authority in the heart of Manhattan.  Having back or neck pain is very common, especially in New York.  Having a great resource to provide relief is not as common.  Dr. Kaiser approaches each patient individually, has an excellent track record of success within two weeks of onset and is a core and fitness specialist.   Our treatments include physical therapy, massage therapy, rehab stretching and fitness advice. We accept most insurance plans and have a no-wait appointment policy. Give us the opportunity to share our great services with you.  We love getting people back to health!

We can help, please call  (212) 279 -2002

Meet the Chiropractor

  • Meet Dr. Kaiser

    As one of New York's top back specialists expertly trained in Chiropractic Spinal Manipulation, Physical Therapy, Pain Management, Nutrition and Sports Medicine, Dr. Kaiser practices one of the most integrative and effective techniques in his field.

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Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

11:30am

7:30pm

Tuesday:

11:30pm

5:30pm

Wednesday:

11:30am

7:30pm

Thursday:

Closed

Closed

Friday:

11:30am

7:30pm

Saturday:

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Sunday:

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  • Smart Shoulders

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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I am a dancer in a Broadway show. During a performance, I injured my ribs and back on a bad lift. Dr. Kaiser was excellent at diagnosing my exact problem and giving me the right treatment, all this while continuing to perform in my show. I couldn't have done it without his expertise! His staff is wonderful and friendly, the office always smells like a spa and his massage therapists are amazing! I would recommend his practice to anyone"
    Laura M.
  • "My friend recommended Dr. Kaiser to me when I hurt my neck doing yoga. I was a little worried about getting my neck treated but I was sure glad I that I did. Dr. Kaiser was very gentle and explained that not everyone gets "cracked". He has many different therapies and techniques and makes sure you are comfortable with everything he does. I trust him completely and was amazed that I got better so fast. I have brought both my husband and daughter to him and we all are healthier and better for it"
    Kim S.