Dr. Renner believes in making the world a better place by helping one person at a time. His mission is to help people live healthy, pain-free lives.
Dr. Renner has been in practice since 2006 and has enjoyed serving as physician for the USA Shotokan Karate Team. Being the team doctor allows him to combine his two passions and lifelong pursuits: holistic medicine and karate. Treating the former world-champion before his debut in 2009 is especially memorable for him. Dr. Renner also began working with the USA Bridge team in 2017.
He earned his Chiropractic doctorate at the National University of Health Sciences and after years of post-doctoral study earned a Diplomate in Professional Applied Kinesiology (DIBAK). He enjoys teaching and certifying other doctors and students in PAK. Dr. Renner also has training in Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) and Total Body Modification (TBM). He has expanded his clinical interests from sports medicine to include functional lab analysis, internal medicine, and epigenetic nutritional consultations. Dr. Renner has over 100 hrs of post doctoral work in neurology and particularly enjoys working with anyone suffering from not only neuropathy, but disorders of the central nervous system such as autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and stroke/traumatic brain injury recovery.
His love of martial arts began when he was only eight years old. He is distinguished in multiple oriental arts and has been teaching for over 30 years. His competitive career includes the distinctions of being a two-time national champion. This early passion has grown to include decades of study in Chinese healing/martial arts and Yoga/Ayurvedic practice. Exploring the mind-body connection is one of many life-long pursuits he enjoys.