Rudy N. Heiser is a chiropractic radiologist, educator and author. Dr. Heiser moved to Tampa Bay in 2010 to take a position as assistant professor teaching radiology and clinical practice at the National University of Health Sciences in St. Petersburg, Florida, and is also an adjunct faculty member at St. Petersburg College teaching anatomy to pre-professional students.
In addition, Dr. Heiser is an associate radiologist at Diagnostic Imaging Consultants of St. Petersburg, Florida. He is also a frequent post-graduate speaker at Florida Chiropractic Association conventions providing lectures on common, as well as unsuspected, neuromusculoskeletal conditions and their radiographic as well as clinical manifestations.
Dr. Heiser graduated salutatorian at NUHS in 2004 and practiced at a multi-disciplinary clinic in North Carolina for several years until entering into the radiology residency and masters program at NUHS in 2007. He has had extensive post-graduate training with renowned radiologists including Drs. W. Bogar, S. Pomeranz, L. Rowe, D. Skogsbergh, D. Stoller, J. Taylor, and T. Yochum.
Dr. Heiser has also completed over 300 hours in chiropractic orthopedic training. He holds licensure for radiologic consultation in Florida, Illinois and North Carolina.