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Kai Tiltmann, DC
Financial District Chiropractic
San Francisco, CA

About Kai Tiltmann, DC

Kai Tiltmann is a Chiropractor at Financial District Chiropractic in San Francisco. His passion is finding solutions for patients that have failed all other low back pain treatments and are about to get low back surgery or have failed low back surgery. This is achieved by finding the patients specific pain triggers, removing them, and stabilizing the spine. For less severe cases, he performs traditional chiropractic techniques, such as flexion/traction, drop table, adjustments, and Active Release Techniques. Dr. Tiltmann also consults Bay Area businesses in ergonomics and low back pain prevention.

Dr. Tiltmann received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, CA. He has earned several certifications throughout his career, including the Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician from Palmer College of Chiropractic West and Certified Associate Ergonomist from Oxford Research Institute in New Market, MD.

Dr. Tiltmann is a member of the California Chiropractic Association.

Articles Written by Kai Tiltmann, DC

Chiropractor Comments About Back Pain Treatment Guidelines

A chiropractic doctor’s view and opinions of the low back pain treatment guidelines issued by the American College of Physicians.

Is Your Low Back Pain Mechanical?

The cause of low back pain can be categorized as being either organic or mechanical. What’s the difference and why is the answer noteworthy to someone with lumbar spine pain?

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