Our Professionals

Jason Kaiser,  D.C., C.S.C.S.

Jason Kaiser with the Dallas Cowboys

Dr. Kaiser during his NFL career

A 1992 graduate of Highlands Ranch High School in Colorado, Dr.   Kaiser attended Culver-Stockton College in Canton, Missouri. As an undergraduate student athlete, Dr. Kaiser earned All American honors in both baseball and football, including GTE Academic All America honors in both sports. In 1996 Dr. Kaiser graduated Summa Cum Laude and was class valedictorian with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology.

Following his undergraduate education, Dr. Kaiser embarked on a 9 year professional football career that began with the Hamilton Tiger Cats of the CFL, continued with NFL stops in Denver, Kansas City, Dallas and Washington.

After a few years of Arena Football, Dr. Kaiser hung up his cleats and returned to academia at Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, TX, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude and was class valedictorian. Dr. Kaiser holds post graduate certifications in Clinical Neurology, Acupuncture, Strength and Conditioning and High School Sport Physicals.

Jason is an active member of Canver League of Colorado. He also serves as Vice-President of the Denver Chapter of NFLPA Former Players Association. Jason is fluent in Spanish and enjoys skiing, hiking, golf, fishing, running, and spending time with his family.

 

Becky Prince

A 2000 graduate of Ponderosa High School in Parker, Colorado,  Becky participated in many sports including volleyball, wrestling, track, and power-lifting.  She was the 1999 and 2000 State Champion in women’s power-lifting and took third in the nation in 2000.  She continues to enjoy biking, running, swimming and weight training.  After staying at home with her three children, she decided to pursue a career in massage therapy.  Becky attended the Colorado School of Healing Arts and graduated in 2009.  She is certified in Swedish, deep tissue, advanced neuromuscular, sports, and infant massage.  She believes there is a place for every massage modality to facilitate the body to more efficiently heal itself.