Alumni Male Olympics West Campus

Kevin Rindal, D.C.

Palmer graduate cares for Team USA Swimming at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.

Kevin Rindal, D.C. with the rest of the medical team for USA Swimming

Kevin Rindal, D.C. with the rest of the medical team for USA Swimming

Athletes who compete in the Olympics represent the best in their respective sports, and have invested hours of training and practice to reach the world’s biggest sports stage.

The same can be said of the skilled sports-care specialists who help these elite athletes achieve their peak performance—including Palmer Davenport 2006 alumnus Kevin Rindal, D.C., CCSP®, who will serve as USA Swimming team-chiropractor at the upcoming Summer Olympics in Brazil.

In addition to Dr. Rindal, the multidisciplinary USA Swimming sports-care staff responsible for tending to the men and women who comprise the 40-member team (including five-time Olympian Michael Phelps) during the swimming events at the Summer Games in Rio (Aug. 6-13) will include five medical practitioners, a medical doctor, two massage therapists and an athletic trainer.

“The difference separating first and fourth place can be a hundredth of a second. It’s all about adjusting the small things, so that these athletes can perform to their full potential.”

To learn more about Dr. Rindal and his work with USA Swimming, visit the Palmer News blog.

For more information about a career in chiropractic, visit www.Palmer.edu.

To request an appointment with one of our clinics, go to www.PalmerClinics.com, or if you are outside our clinic regions of Davenport, Iowa, Port Orange, Fla. or San Jose, Calif. you can search our database to find a Palmer chiropractor in your area.

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