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Mahealani Schreindorfer, DC

Dr. Mahealani Schreindorfer graduated from Western Oregon University with a major in Exercise Science and a minor in Human Biology.  Dr. Schreindorfer pursued further education and training at the Southern California University of Health Sciences (SCU) earning a Doctorate in Chiropractic.  She still wanted more education and training and was accepted into the rigorous, two-year SCU Chiropractic Sports Medicine Residency.

During her internship, Dr. Schreindorfer worked with the AIDS Lifecycle Ride in 2018 and 2019, and volunteered at fencing tournaments, powerlifting meets, rowing events, and she had a wide range of clinical experiences.

During her residency she completed an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic Program, and the Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians, the highest board certification in chiropractic sports medicine in the United States.  While in the residency, Dr. Schreindorfer has traveled nationally and internationally with USA Fencing and she was asked to be the clinical lead for one of the Olympic Squads for USA Fencing.  She has also worked with USA Cycling, BMX, USA Field Hockey Junior Team, USA Bobsled, USA Luge, USA Softball and completed a rotation at the Lake Placid Olympic and Paralympic Training Center.  The SCU Sports Medicine Team provides sideline care for football for four high schools in the Whittier Union High School District and Dr. Schreindorfer is one of the lead clinicians.

Dr. Schreindorfer still has a strong academic interest.  She won the Robert Reed Award for the Best Abstract at the 2021 ACBSP Chiropractic Sports Science Symposium.

One of the key functions in the SCU Tactical Sports Medicine Department is the care of tactical patients which include law enforcement, firefighters, and veterans.  Dr. Schreindorfer excels as a clinician in this department.