Dr. B. “Tony” Zayner, DN, MSOM, LAc., MSED, BN, CH is a Doctor of Naprapathy, Licensed Acupuncturist, has a Master’s in Education and Oriental Medicine, a Bachelor’s in Nutrition, and a Clinical Hypnotist.
During his 12 years in Taiwan he studied Mandarin, Chinese Painting, Tai Chi, and Chinese Culture. He worked for the Chinese Government as a consultant for six government ministries and was a Professor at three of the top Universities (ShrDa, JenDa, TaiDa).
He returned to Chicago in May 2000 to complete his studies in Clinical Massage, Oriental Medicine, Clinical Hypnosis and Naprapathy. There he founded the Shu Family School of Tai Chi Ch’uan, the Asian Bodywork Club, and the Movement Therapy Revolution. While in Chicago, Dr. Zayner also taught at the New School of Massage, Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and National College of Naprapathic Medicine.
In, 2016 he moved to Santa Fe, NM to teach at the Southwest Acupuncture College, Southwest University of Naprapathic Medicine, and treated patients in three major cities in New Mexico.
Dr. Zayner has recently returned to his hometown of Chicago to work at the Raby Institute and looks forward to helping patients with various types of Pain Management techniques that he has learned from his studies and travels throughout the world.