Dr. Eddie Stanislawski

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05/14/14  •  Fitness

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About Dr. Eddie Stanislawski


Dr. Stanislawski comes from a wide background in sports. Born and raised here in Southern California. At St. Francis High School he was named MVP his Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years, and nominated for All League honors his junior and senioryear in volleyball; and lead the football team in receptions and touchdown receptions in his senior year. In college he was awarded All League honors and won the 2000 State Volleyball Championship at Pierce College.After Pierce, Dr. Stanislawski continued his education at Cal State Northridge graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology, emphasizing in Exercise Science. He then went on and earned his Doctorate in Chiropractic from the Southern California University of Health Science (formerly known as LACC) where he graduated Cum Laude. During his three and a half years spent at chiropractic school Dr. Stanislawski was involved with many of the clubs and events on campus including being Vice President of SIC (Sports Injury Council), taking the gold medal at the 2006 Chiropractic Olympics in volleyball, and starting the first ever Activator Club on the SCUHS campus. Since his graduation he has continued his education receiving certifications as a CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist), and ART (Active Release Technique) in both Spine and Upper Extremity.

Dr. Stanislawski also takes an active role in his community. Volunteering for the medical staff for the California AIDS ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles, the Santa Barbara AVP event, and for a number of youth sporting events. He coaches volleyball for the Santa Monica Beach Club for both the girls and boys teams. Currently he is the head coach for the top boys 18’s team and head coach for the Pierce College men’s volleyball program, where in 2007 he coached his team to a co-conference championship and a third place in state. For his efforts he was award California Junior College Coach of the Year for 2007.

In addition to volleyball, Dr. Stanislawski is an avid cyclist and surfer. His fierce competitive spirit and passion for sports is matched only by his enthusiasm for the outdoors, which was sparked at a young age when as a Boy Scout where he fell in love with the outdoors. Taking part in such adventures as summiting Half Dome and Mt. Whitney (14,495’) and white water rafting down the Kern and American rivers; and cumulating in his earning the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest honor in Boys Scouts. Dr. Stanislawski has been married to his wife Angela for three years, whom he met at Pierce College, and they live here locally in Studio City.