Dr. Rafael A. Codinach was born in Havana Cuba and came to Miami FL. in 1962 at the age of 8 months with his parents and sister. He went to Miami Dade Community College for his undergraduate where he earned his A.A. degree and then to the University of South Alabama to continue his studies. He finished his B.A. in business at Life University. In 1996 he started chiropractic school at Sherman College of Chiropractic where he earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree. In his free time, he loves to spend time with family.
Dr. Codinach has 20 years of experience in chiropractic and personal injury. He also has also maintained a private family practice since 2001.
Dr. Codinach's favorite sport is baseball, he played in high school winning the state championship in 1978. In 1981 he played for Miami Dade Community College where they won the National Junior College World Series and named to the All-tournament team. After Miami Dade, he went to the University of South Alabama in Mobile AL. where he also played and being named All-Conference Team in 82 and 83. In 1983 Dr. Codinach was signed to a professional baseball contract with the Minnesota Twins minor league system where he played for 2 years. Dr. Codinach is also a Black Belt in Brazilian Jiujitsu where he has been training for 15 years and still going.
Dr. Codinach lives in Miami FL. with his wife, 3 dogs, a turtle, and 12 Koi fish in a pond. He has 4 children 3 girls and a boy that are now all adults.