About Dr. Carol S. Kessler

Dr. Kessler is interested in helping her patients become all that they can be.

After high school Dr. Kessler had a very hard time in college. She tried to take courses, but always quit. She then went to work in a dental office and learned all phases of Dentistry. After the Dentist that she worked for retired, she decided to try to pursue a new endeavor that would enable her to work independently.

At that time, she decided to enroll in a Massage Therapy program and, subsequently, became a Licensed Massage Therapist. It was one of the hardest courses she ever encountered. She graduated from the New Center in 1984 and the journey started. Dr. Kessler was and is still very active in the Massage Profession. She served on the Board of the NYSSMMT and lobbied to change the title from Masseur to Massage Therapist.

In 1991, Dr. Kessler continued her education and went to Acupuncture School; she graduated in 1994. Since she started her educational process, Dr. Kessler has earned a Bachelor’s Degree, Masters of Science Degree and a Ph.D. in Oriental Medicine. While in private practice, Dr. Kessler has learned to listen to her patients.

She has taken many courses in the disciplines that she has found to be the most clinically efficacious and are utilized on an individual basis when they are deemed appropriate.

She uses NAET for Allergy Elimination, NET to deal with the Physiology created by Neuro-Emotional Complexes, and the one proven very important to this process is the screening for Irlen Syndrome/Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome (SSS).

Dr. Kessler is finding that many of her patients who have Irlen Syndrome and pursue treatment for SSS have less symptoms and require less treatments of NAET and NET.

Dr. Kessler, herself is Scotopic and that is the reason why she had so much trouble pursuing her education when she was younger. Irlen Syndrome interferes with the timing in the brain; and when the brain is so active, it is hard to assimilate information and to recall and use information is extremely difficult.

Dr. Kessler says that the process of using NAET, NET, and Screening for Irlen Syndrome has made a profound difference in her patients’ lives. She says that this is an interesting process and hopes you will enjoy reading the rest of the website.

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What they are saying:

We have known Dr. Carol Kessler for over 50 years and Dr. Barry Mark for over 20 years. They genuinely exhibit concern for their patients, family and friends. Over the years Dr. Mark has proven to be one of the most knowledgeable people in the treatment and study of headaches, TMJ disorders and facial pain. This book is a compilation of their years of study and treatment. Anyone who reads this will come away with a better understanding of this often misunderstood problem.

Jay and Barbara Katz
Dental Hygienist

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