Chuck Renner, Occupational Therapist, USA
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Chuck Renner is an Occupational Therapist and a Certified Hand Therapist with thirty-six years of experience. He is based in Springfield, Missouri.

“I’m teaching ANF because this therapy can facilitate the body’s ability to heal and self-regulate. ANF also gives us the opportunity to treat more holistically, improving circulation, lymphatic flow, gland, and organ function, and of course, reducing pain. It truly can be used “When nothing else helps.”
– Chuck Renner.”

What has changed in terms of your personal and career growth?

It has been a dramatic change for me with regard to how I practice. You’re getting to know more about the root cause of the problem instead of just putting on a band-aid.

People may feel better when they leave your clinic, which you thought would be successful before. But now, we know that that’s not enough. You can take healing to a much deeper state through ANF.

Can you provide pain relief within the first treatment session?

Oh, absolutely. That is the buy-in for the patients. They get immediate relief.

We look for at least fifty percent pain reduction. Most often, more than that. With the first visit, they come no matter how chronic the problem is. There’s immediate buy-in from the patients because they feel it. They receive the benefit of it.

In my practice, I see a lot of patients that are headache patients. They have headaches and pain.

Regular headache or migraine?

Both. In the past, I do a lot of manual therapy. Manual therapy for headaches works very well. The difference is that when you add manual therapy and ANF, it supercharges the result.

Why is that?

You’re improving the nerve signalization. Improving nerve signalization and eliminating the inflammatory effects through oxidation opens the pathways for the body to heal. It helps patients heal much quicker than I was getting results before.

What did you learn in the ANF Academy that no other therapy or tools showed you before?

As a physical and occupational therapist, I have taken anatomy and neurophysiology and learned much about the body and its workings. And also how to provide treatment or therapy. It takes it to an advanced level. ” 

It is like a doctorate, right? It takes it to an advanced level. We’re finding small nerves, inflammation, and how to actually feel and palpate these things to determine the functioning of the body or what resources the body has or doesn’t have.

Does being an ANF Therapist have a positive impact on your clinical income?

It has, in two ways. One, you see the ANF Devices; you receive the device and sell them. But more important is you have a better or larger clientele because more people, through word of mouth, want this type of treatment.

In terms of your career, how has ANF helped you reach your personal goals and ambitions?

For me, what’s happened is I’ve been a lifelong learner. I enjoy that. It has been such an amazing opportunity to go deep into how the body works and the chemistry of the body. How the body functions and heals. Personally, it’s been a great road trip to try to learn more and more. Knowledge is never-ending.