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Meet Dr. Bodo Schachtschneider

  • Dr.
    Bodo Schachtschneider

    Bodo Schachtschneider, DC                                                  

    Dr. Bodo Schachtschneider, know by his patients as Doc Schacht was born in Berlin, Germany and immigrated to the United States with his family when he was 10 years old. He was raised in Southern California, La Jolla beach area. He attended the New College at San Francisco where he graduated with honors earning a Bachelor of Science degree in biology. He then attended the Pasadena Chiropractic College with emphasis in radiology and interpretation, graduated summa cum laude, awarded the Gonstead Award of Excellence and receiving his Doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine.

    For the past 25 years Dr. Schachtschneider has been in private and group practice in the downtown area of San Diego and costal North County areas. He is currently Chief Chiropractor and owner of Beach Cities Chiropractic in the Village of Carlsbad. He is a spine pain specialist utilizing varied techniques to relieve pain and restore health. Manual adjustment, activator, applied kinesiology, physical therapy, SOT, diversified, Gonstead and motion palpitation are some of the techniques he uses. He specializes in pre and post surgery management with extensive experience on discs and problems associated with them. In his years of practice there are few spinal conditions he has not seen or treated and has had success in treating the whole person.

    Dr. Schachtschneider resides in Oceanside and is the father of 4 and is an avid surfer. He is fluent in German, English and Spanish and has played the guitar since his childhood. He enjoys treating children and has a desire to bring the healing benefits of chiropractic to the entire family: infant to senior. He has structured his practice to the patient’s individual health needs, age being one of them. Getting and keeping “fit” at 65 is specifically different than at 16 and modifying or enhancing specific strengthening and rehabilitation exercise programs are designed and instructed.

    Board Certification

    .  Diplomat, California Board of Examiners

                           Doctor of Chiropractic


    . Clinic, Pasadena College of Chiropractic

                 Whittier and Pico Rivera Clinic

    Educational Background

    .  Mesa College

       Associates of Arts Degree in Architecture

    . New College at San Francisco

       Bachelor of Science in Biology

    . Pasadena Chiropractic College

    . Bachelor of Science degree in Basic Medical Sciences

    .. Doctor of Chiropractic

    Professional Memberships

    . International Chiropractic Association

    . American Chiropractic Association

    . California Chiropractic Association

    Professional Appointments

    . Olympic Committee - Surfing

         Health Care Specialist

    . Wounded Warrior – Health Volunteer

    . Local Needy Family Program- Carlsbad


    .  California Doctor of Chiropractic License

    .  California Radiography License – Operator and Supervisor, California Department of


    . Qualified Medical Examiner – QME for Workers Compensation

    Recent Publication

    . Methods to Living Longer and Fuller, December, 2016

         B. Schachtschneider, DC


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Review By Our Satisfied Patient

  • "I have worked in a job for 27 years that required very heavy lifting. My neck and back have pained me for a long time, but with regular visits Beach Cities Chiropractic has helped me! I am so grateful to both Doc and the entire staff at helping to contribute oi my overall health! Thank you!"
    Anna Philips 07/2016

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