Meet the Docs
Dr. Robin M. Koenig
Dr. Koenig founded Koenig Family Chiropractic to share the life changing benefits of chiropractic care with the Anderson community. Dr. Koenig’s career in chiropractic began after she saw profound improvement in her son Matthew’s neurological conditions after initiating chiropractic treatment. Dr. Koenig and her husband Ken have 5 amazing boys and now her entire family is under chiropractic care. Together they enjoy waterskiing on Lake Hartwell, going to Greenville Drive games, and watching Clemson football.
Dr. Koenig centered her education on family wellness with an emphasis on children with special needs and musculoskeletal rehabilitation. She has attended numerous seminars to advance her education and skill set. She is experienced in a variety of spinal adjusting and physical therapy modalities. She is certified in Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehab (FAKTR), which offers a comprehensive protocol for treating musculoskeletal, soft tissue, and facial conditions. Dr. Koenig’s experience as a mother, the 4 years that she spent working with geriatric patients as a mental health tech, combined with her family-focused chiropractic internship make her uniquely qualified to care for patients of all ages
Dr. Sarah Tennesen
With a strong background in acute medical practice and a passion for preventative healthcare, Dr. Tennesen chose to become a chiropractic physician. Her chiropractic education and internship focused on pediatrics, maternal health, and the unique balance found in co-managing conditions with chiropractic care and allopathic medicine. Through her previous work with special needs children and fragile infants, Dr. Tennesen values a gentle approach to chiropractic treatment for patients of all ages- from seniors to newborn babies, and everyone in between. During her internship, Dr. Tennesen focused her care on children with special needs, as well as patients with complex medical issues.
Dr. Tennesen is certified in both the Webster Technique and FAKTR. She has taken additional seminars in many chiropractic techniques including Thompson, Sacro-Occipital, and Logan. She has completed nearly 200 hours of specialized pediatric and maternal health training from the ICPA and is well on her way toward achieving advanced standing as a diplomate through the Academy of Chiropractic Family Practice. Dr. Tennesen enjoys staying up-to-date on various chiropractic research topics including pediatrics, developmental neurology, public health, and nutrition. In her spare time, Dr. Tennesen enjoys vegetable gardening on her farm, quiet days at her parents’ lake house, and volunteering at the public library.