Dr. Winberry earned his D.C. degree from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City, graduating magna cum laude in 1988. He was in private practice in Greeley, CO, from 1989 to 2003, emphasizing spinal manipulation and muscle therapy techniques, and, as of 1995, in clinical nutrition.
Dr. Winberry retired from one-on-one patient care in June of 2016 so that he could focus on promoting the use of digital motion x-ray (DMX) for the purpose of evaluating the health status of the ligaments of the spine following acute trauma, such as the whiplash caused by motor vehicle collisions. While Dr. Winberry no longer provides chiropractic care, he can refer you to a doctor of chiropractic in the Tucson area who is trained in the treatment of ligament injury. MRI is not the gold standard it’s cracked up to be when it comes to the diagnosis of ligament damage in the cervical spine or lumbar spine. What MRI cannot see, digital motion x-ray can! Call Tucson Digital Motion X-ray at 520-241-1995 if you have had an injury to your neck or head and suffer from chronic pain.
Digital Motion X-Ray (DMX) received its FDA Level II status as a non-experimental medical machine in 1994. It is not a new technology, but it is an improvement on the older established fluoroscopic technology which was invented one year after the invention of the x-ray machine. It uses a very low dose of radiation and modern, computerized image intensifiers to capture and sharpen the picture of the joints in motion. Sophisticated proprietary software is correlated with the digital motion x-ray for the production of a quality, professional radiographic reading.
I have arranged the information about the DMX machine with the interests of patients, attorneys, and doctors in mind. While I think it is worthwhile to read through all three sections, as the information in each is not repeated, feel free to begin with your particular area of interest. And, please, above all, feel free to contact me if my information piques your interest.