Tony Megna is from Milwaukee, WI. He holds four degrees from university and graduate colleges including a doctorate from the Pacific College of Health and Science. His alma mater is the University of Wisconsin. Tony specializes in sports medicine, injury rehabilitation, nutrition, and human performance training. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and has been coaching and designing training programs for athletes since 2011.
Tony was a division I linebacker and two-time letter winner for the Wisconsin Badger football team. He started his career in sports performance training when he was done playing football and was hired as a strength and conditioning coach where he helped train the 2011 Rose Bowl team. After his undergraduate studies he went on to graduate school to study sports medicine and acupuncture specifically for the purpose of learning how to heal traumatic injuries from contact sports.
Tony has traveled the world shaping and adapting his philosophy of maximizing health which has been influenced by his education and experience with many coaches, mentors and teachers who have all inspired him to help others in their quest for ideal health. Since 2017, Tony has worked as a Licensed Acupuncturist in private practice as well as in the neurology and emergency department at Aurora Medical Hospital in Milwaukee. He was also the Clinic Director at the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine where he lectured and taught graduate students acupuncture, orthopedics, philosophy, and Chinese Medicine.
Tony is highly committed to bringing the most advanced techniques to his clients and patients by empowering their bodies through movement, fitness, and integrative medicine which can be combined to promote sustained wellness. His treatment philosophy is rooted in the ancient precept of preserving health and prolonging life. He encourages his patients to stay curious about the world and to claw everlastingly towards their best selves. Tony is excited to join The Country Club at DC Ranch where his goal is to help the community thrive in all aspects of their health and wellness goals. Tony was afour-sport athlete, is an avid chess player, and in his free time enjoys traveling, cooking, and snowboarding with his wife Adisa.