MEET THE PRACTITIONER
Tony is a graduate of the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine where he double majored with a Master's degree in Traditional East Asian Medicine and a Bachelor Degree in Nutrition. He learned the extensive knowledge of acupuncture, meridian therapy, body therapeutics, and nutrition while he finished his 3 year residency at the college’s community clinic where he learned modern applications of this ancient art.
Tony is also a graduate of the University of Wisconsin where he was a coach and player for the Wisconsin Badger football team. He began his career as a strength and conditioning coach with the Badger strength staff in 2011 where he learned rehabilitative techniques and protocols for a wide variety of traumatic injuries from sport. As a high school and collegiate athlete, he acquired a deep interest in using human performance training and integrated medicine to maximize one's potential.
He quickly adopted his own philosophies for health, trauma rehabilitation and wellness.
Tony is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and has gained much of his knowledge and experience through working with collegiate and professional athletes who now come to him for treatments to help accelerate recovery and prolong their athletic careers.
Tony has successfully found a balanced approach to treating an array of ailments such as musculoskeletal disorders, headaches, concussion, pain,PTSD, anxiety, insomnia, and internal medicine. He is highly committed to bringing advanced therapeutic techniques to his patients by empowering the body natural healing ability to promote sustained wellness.
Pacific College of Oriental Medicine Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
Midwest College of Oriental Medicine Master's Of Science: Chinese Medicine 2016
Midwest College of Oriental Medicine Bachelor's of Science: Nutrition 2016
International Kinesiology College Touch for Health IV 2013
University of Wisconsin-Madison Bachelor's of Arts 2011