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About Mauldin Heinrich

Dr. Kimberly Mauldin Heinrich, D.C.Image of Dr. Heinrich adjusting a patient.

Dr. Heinrich graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Biology and Chemistry from Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University) in 1984 and went on to graduate cum laude from Western States Chiropractic College in 1989. She opened her practice in March 1989 joining Dr. Mauldin in his new office in Austin. She utilizes the same techniques and embraces the same values and protocols established by Dr. Mauldin. She continues to carry on the legacy he set forth, caring for patients with tender loving care.

Sylvia Mauldin McMinn

Sylvia Mauldin McMinn graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Interior Design, Business and Technology from Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University) in 1986, where she was a dean’s list student and president of the Phi Upsilon Omicron Honor Society.  Upon graduation, she began her full time position as bookkeeper and patient accounts manager at Mauldin Chiropractic.  Today, Sylvia holds the position of Office Manager for Mauldin Heinrich Chiropractic.

Dr. Alvin R. Mauldin, Jr., D.C.

Dr. Mauldin graduated salutatorian from Texas Chiropractic College in 1957. He and his wife Mary moved to Sabinal, Texas where he practiced briefly before moving to San Marcos, Texas in 1958.  There they opened Mauldin Chiropractic Clinic, made a home and raised two daughters, Sylvia and Kimberly. Dr. Mauldin practiced in San Marcos for 31 years and in 1989 moved his office to Austin, when his daughter Kimberly joined his practice, which then became Mauldin and Heinrich Chiropractic. As a family owned and operated business, together they provided specialized care in a family environment.  (And, Mrs. Mauldin’s motherly advice was given free with each visit.)
Sadly, on January 29, 2009, Dr. Mauldin passed away unexpectedly. His legacy and vision for natural healthcare and wellness continues to be carried on by his daughters. You may visit Mem.com to view his legacy.