Dr. Kachmann is a board-certified neurosurgeon practicing in Fort Wayne since 1996 and specializing in complex spine disorders and instrumentation, pituitary tumors, craniofacial, and intracranial and spinal tumors. He has chaired and presented at national spinal technique training meetings and is a co-investigator for a Medtronic/ FDA investigational national artificial cervical disc study. He has also served on a national committee and think tank for Stryker Corp. for spinal instrumentation development and improvement. He serves on several Fort Wayne-area committees and boards and is an avid supporter of numerous Fort Wayne community projects, including the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo, the Philharmonic, the Embassy Foundation and the Wawasee Area Conservation Foundation, among others. Dr. Kachmann is a supporter of several state and national foundations as well. He is an active member of the Congress of Neurosurgery, American Association of Neurological Surgeons, National Association of Spine Specialists, American Spine Society, ISMA and the Fort Wayne Medical Society.
In his spare time, Dr. Kachmann loves the great outdoors; his interests and activities are numerous. They include muskie fishing—he has achieved numerous state and national titles—tennis, water sports, snow skiing, volleyball, diving as a master scuba diver, travel and Colts football. He cherishes time with his lovely wife, Belinda, and his awesome children!
Dr. Kachmann loves the challenge of neurosurgery. “It provides great satisfaction to be able to help others in need—to relieve their pain, disabilities and problems that alter their lifestyles,” he says. “I treat my patients as my own family—they are the best folks in the world!”
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