Dr. Brett Winchester (center) while teaching in Chile. On the left of Brett is Dr. Marcelo Tello and the female to his right is Dr. Shannon Owen.
At the close of 2013, Dr. Brett Winchester of Winchester Spine & Sport in Moscow Mills taught in six countries, instructing 30 seminars for physicians, therapists and students. His teaching invitations took Winchester to Oslo, Norway; Santiago, Chile; Bournemouth, England; Calgary, Canada; Stockholm, Sweden; and several states across the U.S.
Dr. Winchester’s expanding lecture circuit stems from his comprehensive practice model, combining modern adjusting and rehabilitation techniques, soft-tissue and neuromusculoskeletal protocols, including Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS).
“As a chiropractor trained in how the body functions—what causes dysfunction, pain and immobilization—we are experts in treating the body from head to toe, literally, without surgical and pharmaceutical interventions,” explained Winchester. “I practice under the philosophy of my mentor Karel Lewit, M.D., with the Prague School of Manual Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Lewit says the physician who treats the site of pain is lost.”
Winchester’s seminars teach doctors around the globe how to effectively diagnose and treat a multitude of health conditions that can affect patients’ ability to mobilize, perform athletically or in their daily activities, and enjoy life.
“In our local clinic, we practice what I teach, and our team of experts are trained to diagnose the source of pain and dysfunction and provide evidence-based care,” said Dr. Winchester. “Every day, we help patients who thought they had to undergo surgery or had to live with pain. We also regularly treat professional-level athletes who have been referred to our practice. Watching patients’ transformations—whether it’s returning to the playing field or their active lifestyles—is what motivates us to learn more and teach others.”
In 2014, Dr. Winchester will teach in Sweden, Ireland, the Netherlands and in several major U.S. cities.
For more information, call Winchester Spine & Sport at 636.356.5557 or visit www.winspineandsport.com.