Dr. Cassidy Kaiser, D.C.
  • EDUCATION: Palmer College of Chiropractic
  • HOMETOWN: Quincy, Michigan

After growing up on several farms in the Midwest, Dr. Cassidy Kaiser, D.C., moved to the big city of Chicago to help as many people as possible through chiropractic. Dr. Cassidy is thrilled to serve her community as the clinic director of Chiro One Wellness Center of New Lenox.

Raised a hard and dedicated worker, Dr. Cassidy simultaneously earned her bachelor of science degree and her doctorate of chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic. Another testament to her hard work, her undergraduate studies were paid entirely through scholarships earned in high school. During her doctorate studies, Dr. Cassidy focused on the pediatric diplomate program, which specializes in prenatal and pediatric care.

Dr. Cassidy has been a patient of chiropractic for nearly her entire life; her mother brought her to her first adjustment at nine months old to address some digestive issues. A few years later, her five-year-old sister began suffering from migraines; she began missing school and was constantly nauseous. After trying with no avail to find a way to help the young girl, Dr. Cassidy’s family brought her to the chiropractor and finally found relief. These two experiences made believers out of Dr. Cassidy’s family; her mom, dad, siblings, aunts, uncles and cousins have been seeing a chiropractor ever since.

Compassionate and devoted, Dr. Cassidy traveled to India during her clinical studies to bring chiropractic to underprivileged communities. She is inspired to show her New Lenox patients the path to true health and believes that the chiropractic adjustment can help people achieve optimal health.

In her free time, Dr. Cassidy spends time with her significant other, dining in restaurants around the city and bringing her dog, Lucy, to the dog park and beach. She also loves to visit her family up in Michigan. A quote that inspired her in the pursuit of her career is from the movie A League of their Own, “Nothing is ever going to happen here. You gotta go where things happen.”