Meet Dr. Bob Seiler
Dr. Bob Seiler, a holistic chiropractic physician in Salt Lake City, Utah is from New Jersey, but has lived in other cities including Seattle, Chicago, the San Francisco Bay Area and Salt Lake City for the past 14 years. He graduated with a BA in psychology from the University of Oregon in Eugene, received his massage certification from The McKinnon Institute in Oakland, California and went on to Life West Chiropractic College in Hayward, California. He is one of the most diversely trained holistic chiropractic physicians in the country specializing in holistic healing and wellness.
Along with non-traditional and natural ways of healing, Dr. Bob has many hobbies and interests. While people may be working out at the gym, or be jogging long distances Dr. Bob enjoys riding his Ducati GT-1000 motorcycle taking trips to south Lake Tahoe, San Francisco and up the northern Californian coast with respits at Harbin Hot Springs. He’s journeyed to and has played some of the oldest and most historical golf courses in Scotland such as: Belleisle in Ayrshire; Royal Troon; Old Prestwick, the home of the first British Open; the Buddon, the Burnside and The Championship courses at Carnoustie. After playing golf for one week and being too tired to play St. Andrew’s, he chose to visit the British Golf museum and attend a few literature classes at St. Andrew’s University with their classroom stained-glass windows. Six years ago 18 holes at a renowned golf club in Scotland would cost about 225 pounds about $450 US dollars…worth every dollar of it to be blessed by the golf gods & goddesses. In Scotland your tee time is always honored whether the winds be haling, the rains be blustering or the mittened-temperatures approaching. Bring your storm gear and be ready to tee it up!
His other hobbies include learning the classical guitar, photography, gardening, cooking, connoisuring wine and music, practicing Buddhism, and most of all being a father for his daughter and a friend to his dog, Lucky, who last November journeyed “to the rainbow bridge”.