We are committed to providing a thorough treatment approach, incorporating Eastern Philosophy with Western Medicine. Our core belief focuses on treating the body as a whole.
Dr. Cathleen L. Gerenger is a Chiropractor and Acupuncturist. She was born in Vietnam to Chinese parents and immigrated to America at the age of four. She is fluent in Vietnamese, Chinese and English. True to her Asian heritage, she believes in healing the body as a whole and educating her patients on health and wellness.
Dr.Gerenger started her medical journey at a young age. She attended the University of Florida for her undergraduate degree and continued her journey at Life University School of Chiropractic in Georgia. She received her doctorate at the age of 24.
Dr. Gerenger is Chiropractic National Board Certified in Part I, II, III and IV, Physiological Therapeutics and Acupuncture. She also is certified by the Florida Board of Chiropractic and is a Fellow of the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture.
By the age of 27, Dr. Gerenger opened her first private practice in Orange City, Florida. After 12 years of private practice she became part of a group practice, SaJune Medical Institute in Orlando, Florida.
Having the vision of changing the healthcare of America, Dr. Gerenger decided to put together a team of like-minded providers. In 2014 she opened RaJeunir Medical Center in Tampa, Florida.
Dr. Gerenger developed a systematic protocol that addresses all aspects of health and wellness. She teaches injury prevention, how to manage stress and how to maintain peak performance. She combines Hormonal Balancing, Chiropractic, Acupuncture and Nutrition to achieve maximum results.
Dr.Gerenger's private life has always been active and she has always been dedicated to healthy living. She enjoys cycling, Zumba, Barre Fitness and weight training. Her domestic hobbies includes cooking, juicing and sewing.
An avid golfer, Dr. Gerenger believes physical fitness is essential to long-term health. Due to her understanding of the biomechanics of the golf swing and how it affects the body's muscle-skeletal system, she treats weekend golfers and players on the Nationwide, PGA and Champions tours.