Meet the Doctors

Dr. Brett Winchester

When not practicing at Winchester Spine & Sport, Dr. Winchester teaches around the globe. In 2013, Dr. Winchester lectured in six countries conducting 30 seminars for doctors, students and therapists.

Dr. Winchester currently teaches for Logan University and its College of Chiropractic, the Motion Palpation Institute, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization, and The Chiropractic Rehabilitation Diplomate, to name a few. Dr. Winchester’s studies and lectures have taken him to England, Prague, Chile, Sweden, Norway, Canada and across the United States to teach the latest manual therapy research and techniques.

In his free time, Dr. Winchester enjoys spending time with his family, including wife Cheri Thornhill Winchester, a longtime resident of Lincoln County, and his children Grace and Wade. His hobbies include cycling, snow and water skiing, soccer, tennis and reading.

Dr. Winchester received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Logan College of Chiropractic (www.logan.edu).

Dr. Austin Panter

Dr. Austin Panter’s philosophy and practice goes hand in hand with the evidence-based assessment and treatment model that is redefining the manual medicine world. He believes in the ability to live pain free for a better quality of life while maximizing human performance and minimizing injury.

Dr. Panter received his bachelor’s degree with extensive studies in human biomechanics from the University of Michigan. While attending Michigan, he was a linebacker for the Wolverine football team before a career-ending shoulder injury led him to chiropractic college.

Dr. Panter received his doctorate from Logan University’s College of Chiropractic. While at Logan, he attended multiple postgraduate courses on performance care and rehabilitation to complement his chiropractic studies and help better serve his patients.

When out of the office, Dr. Panter enjoys spending time with his wife Maggie Viefhaus Panter and their children, A.J. and Frankie. His wife Maggie went to Eureka High, but they met in Ann Arbor where she played softball for the Wolverines. His hobbies include golfing, snow skiing, reading and staying up on current treatment protocols and research.

Dr. Austin Panter

Dr. Austin Panter’s philosophy and practice goes hand in hand with the evidence-based assessment and treatment model that is redefining the manual medicine world. He believes in the ability to live pain free for a better quality of life while maximizing human performance and minimizing injury.

Dr. Panter received his bachelor’s degree with extensive studies in human biomechanics from the University of Michigan. While attending Michigan, he was a linebacker for the Wolverine football team before a career-ending shoulder injury led him to chiropractic college.

Dr. Panter received his doctorate from Logan University’s College of Chiropractic. While at Logan, he attended multiple postgraduate courses on performance care and rehabilitation to complement his chiropractic studies and help better serve his patients.

When out of the office, Dr. Panter enjoys spending time with his wife Maggie Viefhaus Panter and their children, A.J. and Frankie. His wife Maggie went to Eureka High, but they met in Ann Arbor where she played softball for the Wolverines. His hobbies include golfing, snow skiing, reading and staying up on current treatment protocols and research.

Dr. Rebecca Furlano

Exploring the potential disease triggers that manifest into conditions such as chronic pain, hormone imbalances and autoimmune issues represent some of Dr. Furlano’s areas of interest in her functional medicine practice. As an early adopter of the functional medicine movement—which is largely based on effective communication between the doctor and patient and treatment of the patient’s body as a whole, from the inside out—Dr. Furlano helps patients figure out the root cause of their conditions so they may enjoy restored health and prevent future chronic disease.

A native of Wisconsin, Dr. Furlano has worked in the health care field since 2006, with a unique background that includes manual therapy, holistic nutrition and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Most recently, she studied at National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, Ill., where she received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree, which gives her the ability to treat patients as a pioneer in modern health care offering a holistic care approach rooted in evidence-based medicine.

“People are ready for something different, something with substance, something other than just feeling average in their bodies, minds and lives,” Dr. Furlano states. “The external world of the body greatly reflects the internal world of the body; my goal is to hold up the mirror for patients to see that connection, and help them make choices about how to change it.”

Dr. Tyler White

Dr. Tyler White brings years of expertise and personal experiences from the baseball field to expand the practice’s growing emphasis on treating and training the throwing athlete. Dr. White combines his knowledge of the body’s biomechanics and movement patterns to enhance athletic performance, minimize risk of injury and help all patients reach their full potential. Dr. White offers chiropractic adjusting, soft-tissue techniques, therapeutic rehab and specialized athletic training programs.

Kathy Himmel, Massage Therapist

Kathy Himmel, Massage Therapist

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