Dr. Jeffrey Kurtz has a significant history of education and experience.  As a Doctor of Chiropractic, he enjoys helping people with their health problems as well as educating his patients about their condition.  Cohesiveness between the doctor and patient is critical if the patient is to reach their highest level of wellness or to recover from an acute or chronic injury.

Currently Dr. Kurtz works in Munich, Germany along with his colleague Dr. Hans Garten.  Using Applied Kinesiology and other techniques, Dr. Kurtz treats patients and athletes from all walks of life.  He also works as a team doctor and strength and conditioning coach for the Munich Cowboys; a professional american football team in the German Football League.  Previously he worked in private practice in a suburb of Chicago, IL where he saw  Ironman triathletes, soccer players, golfers, and ice hockey players along with the general public.

Dr. Kurtz has many certifications and post graduate education in many different areas:

2015   Certified “Rock Doc” with Rock Tape Functional Movement Taping level 1 + 2

2015   Neurolinguistic Programming Certified Practitioner

2013   Elected to the International Board of Examiners of the ICAK

2012   Certified Teacher of the ICAK

2011   Diplomate of the International Board of Applied Kinesiology (DIBAK)

2008  Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP)

2002, 2008, 2012   Certified Golf Fitness Instructor (CGFI)  Levels 1-3 (includes SFMA)

2007  Certified Whiplash Traumatologist

2006  Manipulation Under Anesthesia Certification

2006  Neuroemotional Technique Certification

2004  Acupuncture Certification

2002  Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

2002  Doctorate of Chiropractic,  National College of Chiropractic, Chicago, IL, USA

2000  Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Biology, National College of Chiropractic, Chicago, IL, USA

1997  Graduated as physiotherapist ass., Kellogg CC

Philosophy

“My philosophy regarding patients is to provide the best care possible, educate patients, and to listen.  I have made it a priority to take the time necessary to listen to what the patient has to say.  This not only makes the diagnosis easier (as diagnosis is often 80% history and 20% exam), but it expedites the best results in the quickest manner possible.  If there is a problem that I cannot address, I will explain what treatment options are available and where to go from there.   The goal in the end is to not just get the patient well, but to keep them that way.”

 

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