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KAYE OTTER, D.C. practices as a Chiropractor in BLOOMINGTON, MN.
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Gender Female
Years In Practice 45
Services KAYE OTTER, D.C. practices at 8100 PENN AVE S SUITE 103, BLOOMINGTON, MN 55431. Chiropractors diagnose and treat common spinal misalignments that can occur from lifestyle or injuries causing pain, discomfort and degenerative conditions.

KAYE OTTER, D.C. may be able to treat; back pain, sciatica, neck pain, shoulder pain, headaches, sports injuries, and auto accident injuries.

To learn more, or to make an appointment with KAYE OTTER, D.C. in BLOOMINGTON, MN, please call (952) 303-5182 for more information.
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I won $150 of "free" services from Dr. Otter at a local festival as well. They were very nice at the festival. The first visit consisted of a lot of paper work to gather history and medical insurance information and a little pit of trigger point work (very minimal with no relief from pain). The second visit was the actual assessment that I had won, which consisted of more paperwork, no talk of insurance and still no pain relief (or adjustment). Dr. Otter said that she does not do adjustments on new patients right away before completely assessing their history and issues. I made an appointment for the following day as I was in a lot of pain. I went in a third time, indicated Dr. Otter that I did not feel well and just wanted an adjustment. The conversation that followed was rather confusing and then I asked if they even take my insurance and she said no. She asked if I wanted a referral and I said no to that and promptly left. There was no need for THREE visits to her rather remote office location (8100 Penn Ave) and when they figured out that they didn't take my insurance I would have appreciated a phone call. I indicated when first going there that I would not get service from them if my insurance did not work there. I've learned my lesson on a few things: 1. I should just call my insurance company to find out if a doctor is covered and 2. Free stuff is never really free. I would not recommend Dr. Otter to anyone as I felt duped and taken advantage of by her.
by B
Dr. Otter's pricing is on the low side. She and her staff are very skilled at working out insurance and payment plans. She is an absolute expert in the field. I would never feel unsafe or apprehensive in their care. They are always prepared for my appointment. They always go above and beyond to help me with anything I need. I know I can always count on them. They really paid a lot of attention to my problem area, which is the reason I went. When I told them where I was in pain they put much of their focus on eliminating discomfort in that area. In addition, I have learned alot about my body and how it works from Dr. Otter over the years.
by Catherine
I have been a patient of Dr. Kaye Otter since 2010 when I sought relief for chronic back and neck pain, resulting in an overall irritable disposition. Dr. Otter quickly indicated which organs were related to these issues, and began a holistic treatment plan that was effective in not only relieving the pain and discomfort (which I had become resolved that I just had to live with), but also changed the disagreeable disposition for the better. During that time I was financially challenged, and Dr. Otter was willing to work out treatments to fit my budget.

A year ago last May, I was in a catastrophic car accident, and suffered injury to my neck and entire spinal region. As a dance instructor, I knew that I did not want to sustain any invasive procedures to my spine. Dr. Otter put me on a comprehensive treatment program that included adjustments, followed by neuro-electric therapy and selected exercises for strengthening. I particularly appreciated the gentle drop relief table approach Dr. Otter used in making adjustments, as well as trigger point therapy. One year later I feel as though I have thoroughly healed from the trauma and injury, and only missed one dance instruction class during the entire year of treatment.
by Grace Watkins-Wright