Dr. Cain Winebrenner is from Kansas City, Missouri. From a young age, he has been intrigued by the human body and pushing its limits. As a high schooler, he was a three-sport athlete, competing in soccer, cross country, and track and field. Putting his body under constant physical stress, he sought out the help of a chiropractor during his senior year of high school to help keep his body functioning at a high level; this is where his passion for the profession began.

Dr. Winebrenner attended the University of Missouri and graduated with his bachelor of science with an emphasis in health sciences. While obtaining his undergraduate degree, he also competed for the cross country and track and field team. As a collegiate athlete, Dr. Winebrenner continued utilizing chiropractic care to help compete at one of the highest levels of sport. At Mizzou, he received All-SEC honors, qualified for the NCAA National Championship Preliminary rounds, and was named team captain as a senior. Aside from athletic accolades, Dr. Winebrenner received multiple academic awards. He was a part of the SEC Honor Roll for multiple years and was named an Academic All-American.

Following his stent at the Univesity of Missouri, Dr. Winebrenner returned to Kansas City and attended chiropractic school at Cleveland University of Kansas City. While at Cleveland, he learned multiple techniques, including Cleveland Comprehensive Technique, diversified technique, Thompson Drop Technique, and basic activator protocol. He received a Selective Function Movement Assessment (SFMA) and Functional Movement Screening (FMS) certification. Dr. Winebrenner graduated in April of 2022. Following school, Dr. Winebrener obtained his certification in Webster Technique.

Outside of the office, Dr. Winebrenner loves to stay active. He enjoys spending time at the gym and running, but his favorite activity is golf. He also enjoys cooking, trying new food, and spending time outside whenever possible.

Years of Experience
2 Years of Experience


• Bachelor of Science – Univesity of Missouri
• Doctor of Chiropractic – Cleveland University of Kansas City

National Board of Chiropractic Examiners
Websters Technique
Functional Movement Screening (FMS)
Selective Function Movement Assessment (SFMA)