I have a diverse practice, treating patients 5 years old to the elderly. I have an emphasis on sports injuries, knee, shoulder and spinal conditions.
My primary treatment methods include: Thompson (drop table), Gonstead, Activator, Kenosotaping, and Diversified Techniques.
I have a diverse practice treating patients of all ages from only days old to those who have been blessed with many years of life. I treat every patient uniquely depending on their individual needs.
I am qualified in a few different chiropractic techniques of which I may utilize either combined or separately depending on what I feel will offer the best outcome for specific cases. Those techniques include Diversified, Gonstead, Activator, Thompson, Webster, Logan, and what I like to call a Modified Pediatric Diversified.
Dr. Jeff Kramer
Dr. Jeff grew up in Ft. Pierre, SD and became interested in chiropractic when he was growing up, primarily from the influences of his parents, as well as Dr. Mark Steiner in Pierre, SD and Dr. Tom Stotz, a family friend in Yankton SD.
All through his elementary and high school years Dr. Jeff went to a chiropractor (Dr. Mark Steiner) for various sports related ailments. If he was injured he would, “go see Dr. Steiner”.
Dr. Steiner encouraged Dr. Jeff to become a chiropractor when he went to play football at Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell, SD.
Upon graduation from DWU with a BA degree in Biology with a minor in psychology Dr. Jeff enrolled at Palmer College of Chiropractic. It was there that he met his future wife, Dr. Teri.
Upon graduation in 1997 he and Dr. Teri moved to Tripp, SD and started Kramer Chiropractic Clinic, where they have practiced together for 18 years.
Dr. Jeff is very active in the chiropractic profession:
Dr. Jeff is also very active in the community:
Dr. Jeff and Dr. Teri have one son, Kolter. They enjoy hunting, fishing and camping out Platte Creek during the summer months. If we are not at home or camping they are golfing as a family or watching Kolter’s baseball games. In the winter months you can find them following Kolter at his football games or wrestling matches. They also enjoy watching NFL, NASCAR and binge watching Netflix.
Dr. Teri Kramer
Dr. Teri grew up in Oconto, Wisconsin and while working for the local chiropractor when she was in high school she was able to witness the power of chiropractic and natural healing, especially in children. It was this experience that helped her decide that she wanted to pursue a career in chiropractic, with an emphasis in pediatrics.
Upon completing her pre-med courses at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay she enrolled at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. It was there that she met her future husband, Dr. Jeff.
Upon graduation in 1997 she and Dr. Jeff moved to Tripp, SD and started Kramer Chiropractic Clinic.
Dr. Teri achieved her Fellowship of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association certificate of proficiency in 2003 with the ICPA. The ICPA offers advanced quality chiropractic seminars committed to providing the doctor of chiropractic with the most up to date information and skills pertaining to the care of infants, children and pregnant mothers. The classes are renowned for their hands on, practical, clinical content.
She is also certified in the Webster analysis for evaluating and treating expectant mothers.
Dr. Teri and Dr. Jeff have one son, Kolter. In the summer they enjoy camping and fishing and in the winter they enjoy cheering Kolter on while he is playing football and wrestling. They also like to see which one of their favorite NFL teams ranks the best: Dr. Teri (Packers), Dr. Jeff (Patriots), and Kolter (Broncos).