Join us as we host Brett Winchester in his first-ever course that combines all of his learning and expertise into one integrated approach. More details to come!
From Brett himself:
“I am on a crusade to teach chiropractors to push to the limits of what is possible for not only everyday practice but whatever arena they may be in.”
Dr. Brett Winchester lectures throughout the world, teaching his functional approach to patient care. Combining manual therapy, including joint manipulation and neuromuscular stabilization, with therapeutic exercise, Dr. Winchester effectively treats functional pathologies and acts as a catalyst for patients working to enhance their performance.
Dr. Winchester is the founder of Winchester Spine & Sport located outside
St. Louis, Missouri. His current appointments include:
Advanced biomechanics course instructor at Logan College of Chiropractic
Technique instructor at Logan College of Chiropractic
Biomechanics instructor at Maryville University
Instructor and board member for the Motion Palpation Institute
Chiropractic Rehabilitation Diplomate instructor
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization instructor trained by Pavel Kolar
Gestalt Performance (owner)
Dr. Winchester’s published research includes topics such as offering a multidisciplinary approach for treatment of the pregnant population and foot dysfunction. Various chiropractic journals have also featured Dr. Winchester for his patient-driven treatment model. He also has authored two chapters for textbooks.
Dr. Winchester enjoys treating professional and collegiate athletes and has gained a reputation for his sports medicine background. His expertise has placed him at the forefront of the ulnar collateral ligament rupture epidemic in professional baseball pitchers, providing insights into causation and effective treatment protocols. Dr. Winchester served as the chiropractor for the St. Louis Cardinals from 2014-2018 and still consults with various Major League Baseball teams. Still, his passion remains with
diagnosing and treating the ailments of a diverse patient population with conservative-based protocols.