Meet Our Eagan Chiropractor
Barbara Kaiser, DC, is excited to help you reach your health goals. By identifying and correcting neurospinal dysfunction, Dr. Kaiser helps people of all ages achieve a higher state of health.
Dr. Kaiser grew up in western Wisconsin. After seeing the experiences of her older family members, she became motivated to stay healthy and active for as long as possible. She earned degrees in civil engineering and environmental studies, then worked for the University of Wisconsin – Madison for several years as an environmental health specialist. After discovering the value of chiropractic as a patient, she found her true calling as a provider of restorative natural health care.
While training in martial arts, she developed low back pain and knee problems that made her feel several decades older than she really was. Not being satisfied with the advice of, “if it hurts, don’t do it,” she sought the help of a chiropractor. He explained the body’s design and function, and after several weeks of chiropractic care, her pain decreased significantly and she was able to resume physical activities at a much higher level of performance.
In 2009, Dr. Kaiser graduated with honors from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Minnesota. She has completed all coursework for pediatric certification from the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and is certified in Webster technique for prenatal pelvic alignment. She has a family practice that has helped generations of patients, from newborn to senior years.
- Enrolled in Acupuncture Certification training, expected completion in 2018
- Doctor of Chiropractic, cum laude (with honors), Northwestern Health Sciences University
- International Chiropractic Pediatric Association certification training
- M.S. Land Resources, University of Wisconsin – Madison
- B.S. Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin – Madison
- B Kaiser, P D Eagan, and H Shaner. Solutions to health care waste: life-cycle thinking and “green” purchasing. Environ Health Perspect. 109(3): 205–207. (PDF)