3549 W. Thomas Rd., Ste 103
Phoenix, AZ 85019
Thanks for visiting my site! Let me tell you a little bit about myself. My name is Jeffrey Vinck and I am the Chiropractor at Quiropráctico Impacto. I was born not too far from here at Maryvale Hospital and I grew up in Phoenix in the area of 35th Avenue and Dunlap. I graduated from Peoria High School and then attended Glendale Community College and Grand Canyon University before moving to California to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic West.
After earning a Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 1999, I returned home to Phoenix. My first job was at Arrowhead Lakes Chiropractic and then I worked at Clinica Real for a few years. In 2006, I opened Quiropráctico Impacto near the corner of 35th Avenue and Thomas. I started Quiropractico Impacto with an emphasis on meeting the treatment needs of the automobile accident injury patient.
If you have been injured in an automobile accident, I'm here to help. Call today to schedule a free consultation.
If chiropractic is right for your case, you can start treatment the same day.
In order to more effectively treat people who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents, I became certified in Whiplash and Brain Injury Traumatology through the Spine Research Institute of San Diego(SRISD), one of the leading motor vehicle crash injury research centers in the entire country.
As a part of SRISD's CRASH program, I studied full-scale live crash testing with both human subjects and high-tech crash test dummies in multiple low-speed crash tests. These crashes were created and analyzed, along with several other projects, in order to improve my understanding of motor vehicle crash injury mechanisms.
When I'm not working, I like to be at home with my family. I am a Cardinals fan and an amateur photograper. I play golf as often as I can and hope to one day break 90.
I am blessed to be a member of a church with the infrastructure in its missions program to impact the world.
Every July, I travel with my church to Nairobi, Kenya, to help deliver medical relief to the slum of Korogocho.