Dr. Gary M. Guebert DC
Board Certified Diplomate of the American College of Chiropractic Radiology
Dr. Guebert earned his undergraduate degree in Biology at Southeast Missouri State University, in 1973, prior to attending Logan College of Chiropractic where he received his chiropractic degree in 1980. In 1982, following two years of resident training at the Phillip Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Australia, he was awarded Diplomate status by the American Chiropractic Board of Radiology. Dr. Guebert then served as head of the radiology department at Texas Chiropractic College from 1983 through 1986 and continues to lecture through the LoganChiropractic College postgraduate faculty. He currently serves as director of St. Louis Roentgen Associates, a radiographic film reading service. The author of numerous articles in the field of radiology, he has contributed two chapters to the text by Yochum and Rowe, Essentials of Skeletal Radiology, published by Williams & Wilkins. Currently, he has produced for Mosby - Year Book, along with Drs. Othel Pirtle and Terry Yochum, Essentials of Diagnostic Imaging, a text for the private practitioner regarding the physics of diagnostic imaging, an approach to obtaining quality radiographs and radiographic quality control in the private office setting. Currently, Dr. Guebert is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at Logan College of Chiropractic in Chesterfield, MO
- DC - Doctor of Chiropractic 1980 – Logan College of Chiropractic
- Radiology Residency – Phillip Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Australia
- BS – Biology 1973 – Southeast Missouri State University
- Board Certified Chiropractic Radiologist, Diplomate – American Chiropractic Board of Radiology
- Texas College of Chiropractic – Radiology Department Head – 1983 - 1986
- Logan College of Chiropractic – Assistant Professor Radiology, Clinical Science, Post-Graduate Department – 1986 - Present
- Essentials of Diagnostic Imaging – Book
- Essentials of Skeletal Radiology ( 2 vol. set) – Contributed 2 chapters
- Evaluation of three different methods of distance learning for postgraduate diagnostic imaging education: A pilot study.
- Bilateral acrometastasis secondary to breast cancer.
- Dialysis-related spondyloarthropathy.
- Tortuosity of the vertebral artery resulting in vertebral erosion.
- Accuracy and validity of paraspinal diagnostic ultrasonography of the adult spine.
- The radiology of cervical spine injury.