Dr. Christine Bodendorf’s personal experience with chiropractic care was the catalyst that changed the course of her life’s work. Plagued by chronic headaches for most of her life, she sought the advice of a friend who happen to be a chiropractor, when she was finally exposed to the benefits of holistic healthcare. Through chiropractic care, the pain that had become a way of life was now a thing of the past.
For the first time in her life, Dr. Christine was not only headache free, but she was also acutely aware of what she was born to do. At once, Dr. Christine decided to pursue a professional post graduate degree to become a Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) from Life University.
Dr. Christine has a bachelor of science exercise physiology degree from West Chester University, chiropractic degree from Life University. While at Life University, Dr. Christine became certified in a cranial/sacral technique also known as SOT. Privileged to teach the SOT technique to chiropractic students for 3 years and gaining status of Vice President of the SOT club. She completed a fellowship in pediatrics with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and is recognized by peers as having extensive experience in pregnancy and pediatric techniques especially infants with birth trauma, breech, and difficult pregnancies.
Dr. Christine has been providing compassionate chiropractic healthcare for over 23 years. Providing extensive experience in wellness and personal injury cases. She is keenly aware of the needs for patients with chronic and acute conditions using advanced adjusting techniques for the spine, cranial and extremities.
Dr. Christine enjoys spending time with her Fiancé and her three daughters ages 17, 21 and 23. She is active in athletics and has run half marathons and the Philadelphia marathon. Enjoying the challenge of powerlifting competitions she holds a deadlift record of 18th in the nation out of all federations and all ages. Dr. Christine has also competed in 2 figure competitions placing in both the master classes and open classes.