Thuy Katzenberger, DC, LAc received a master’s degree in acupuncture in 2006 from the Minnesota College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. In 2000, she graduated from Northwestern College of Chiropractic as a doctor of chiropractic. Her objective has been to share knowledge with her colleagues in hopes to integrate chiropractors and acupuncturists in the common goal of good health. Dr. Katzenberger owns and operates her own integrative western and eastern practice since 2004 and treats athletes of all training levels. She offers workshops to community and student groups about various approaches to health and exercise.
Dr. Katzenberger invented and patented a manual therapy tool, The Scout, which she uses for gua sha, cross friction, fiber separation, and trigger point work. In 2013, she was a guest lecturer in Tian Jin, China. Tian Jin has the largest acupuncture school in China. Dr. Katzenberger was fortunate enough to observe some amazing practitioners treat difficult cases such as stroke, MS, and cebral palsy. The experience has evolved her practice.