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Kevin Rindal

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Kevin Rindal , D.C., CCSP® is an American chiropractor who served as the USA Swimming team chiropractor at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. Dr. Rindal is the founder of InHealth Sports Injury and Performance in Seattle where the practice team includes his brother, Curt Rindal, D.C., another graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic.

Dr. Rindal also worked at the 2016 USA Olympic Swimming Trials.

Certification[edit]

Dr. Rindal completed the requirements to earn his Chiropractic Sports Practitioner certification (CCSP®) in 2011, which qualified him to satisfy another USA Swimming sports-care requirement by serving a volunteer rotation at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.

InHealth Sports Injury and Performance[edit]

Dr. Rindal treats a variety of athletic-patients at his InHealth Sports Injury and Performance in Seattle, Washington, including Katie Mackey.

Global Swimming Summit[edit]

Dr. Rindal is a featured speaker at the 2016 Global Swimming Summit, a free online summit hosted by Chris Ritter of Ritter Sports Performance that explains and describes open water swimming for people of all ages and abilities. Speakers at the Global Swimming Summit include: Gerry Rodrigues, Lesley Paterson, Gary Hall Sr., Mike Collins, Brad Kearns, Alex Kostich, Glenn Mills, Karlyn Pipes, Tyler Fenwick, Kevin Rindal, Kristian Manietta and Steph Saullo.

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