Gestalt Performance Team
Head of Sports Rehabilitation
Dr. Brett Winchester
Dr. Brett Winchester lectures throughout the world, teaching his functional approach to patient care. Combining manual therapy, including joint manipulation and dynamic neuromuscular stabilization (DNS), with therapeutic exercise, Dr. Winchester effectively treats functional pathologies and acts as a catalyst for athletes working to enhance their performance. He has consulted with MLB teams and top collegiate programs on throwing biomechanics and its relationships to arm injuries.
Dr. Winchester is also the founder of Winchester Spine & Sport located outside
St. Louis, Missouri. His current appointments include:
Previous St. Louis Cardinals Team Chiropractor
Advanced biomechanics course instructor at Logan College of Chiropractic
Instructor and board member for the Motion Palpation Institute
Chiropractic Rehabilitation Diplomate instructor
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (primary instructor) trained by Pavel Kolar
Dr. Tyler White
Head of Baseball Performance
Head of Golf Performance
Strength & Conditioning
Dr. Tyler White is a chiropractor that specializes in analyzing pitching biomechanics and treating the injured thrower. Dr. White’s passion for working with the baseball community began when he received a career-ending injury in college baseball. Since then, Dr. White has devoted his professional career to continue researching the ever-developing literature on baseball biomechanics and human movement to better serve the baseball community and prevent others from injury.
Dr. White is the co-founder of Gestalt Performance, where Dr. Brett Winchester and himself treat the injured and ineffective thrower by using a variety of techniques and re-training the kinetic system of the human body.
Dr. White works with throwers varying in level of experience. He has trained throwers from the youth level on up to major leaguers. Dr. White also lectures on pitching biomechanics and the use of technology in baseball.
He's co-authored a book with Dr. Stephen Osterer called "Recovery for Baseball: Key Concepts, Thoughts, and Practical Application". He is also an adjunct professor at Maryville University lecturing on movement and biomechanics in the Exercise Science program.
Dr. Austin Panter
Dr. Austin Panter specializes in golf specific manual therapy and biomechanics. Dr. Panter believes in movement optimization as well as injury prevention for all athletes especially golfers. Dr. Panter’s education and understanding of human movement make him an expert in the world of athletic performance and rehabilitation.
As a former Division 1 athlete (Michigan Football, Go Blue!), Dr. Panter understands and appreciates what it takes to reach a level of high performance. Therefore, devoting his time now to optimizing each and every golfing athlete’s ability to succeed. He continues to work with high level golfers at every level; from youth to high school, amateurs and touring professionals.
Dr. Panter specializes in Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS), functional model of chiropractic manipulation and rehabilitation, and top tier biomechanics and technological evaluations of all golfers.
Garrett Taylor, CSCS
Garrett is a former NCAA Division II baseball player from Maryville University who has a passion for human movement and performance. After catching four years for the Saints he graduated with a B.S. in Biology with an anatomy and physiology emphasis. Following his undergraduate degree, he earned the NSCA's Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Certification. As a performance coach, he approaches his programming by prioritizing ideal movement patterns for the purposes of both injury prevention and force production.