Mike Uihlein is in his fourth season as team physician for the U.S. National Sled Hockey Team. During his time with Team USA, Uihelin has served on teams that have claimed four titles, including the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia; the 2015 World Sled Hockey Challenge in Leduc, Alberta; the 2015 IPC Sled Hockey World Championship in Buffalo, New York; and the 2016 World Sled Hockey Challenge in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia.
Additionally, Uihlein served on the Team USA staff that earned runner-up finishes at the 2013 IPC Sled Hockey World Championship in Goyang, South Korea and the 2013 World Sled Hockey Challenge in Toronto, Canada.
Currently, Uihlein is a staff emergency room physician at the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He is also the Sports Medicine Fellow at the Medical College of Wisconsin where he holds an emphasis on adaptive sports. Upon completing his fellowship, Uihlein will split his time between the emergency department and the newly formed adaptive sports clinic at the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center.
Uihlein completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Colorado before graduating from the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2000. In 2003, Uihlein completed an emergency medical residency and worked as a full-time emergency room doctor in both Wisconsin and Hawaii until returning to medical school for additional sports medicine training in 2015.
Uihlein resides in Grafton, Wisconsin, with his wife, Sandra, and their daughters, Brook and Zoe.