About Doctor Morrow
Winston G. Morrow, PhD, D.C.
35 years of research, formulation and experience in applied clinical nutrition and is on the senior editorial board of Harvard Medical Schools/Natural Standard-The Authority in Integrative Medicine and is the editor-in-chief of Applied Clinical Nutrition Research Articles and Essay’s contributing dozens of comprehensive herbal monographs. He is a member of the American Botanical Council, American Academy of Pain Management, has a Masters Certification in A.M.A. Permanent Impairment Examination and Credible Medical Fact Finding, is certified by the American Academy of Disability Evaluating Physicians, AMA guides, and by the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture in Orthopedic Acupuncture.
His pre-medical adventure began as a radioisotope chemical analyst working for Isochem at the Hanford Atomic facilities in Richland, Washington. Due to a radiation over-expose event, he was transferred to Battelle Northwest Laboratories. This was the impetus that stimulated the research side of his brain. Working with Dr. Elias Tombropoulos in the field of lung lipid research gave him an opportunity to explore the marvels of intracellular biochemistry. ("Incorporation of Palmitate into Lipid by Lung Subcellular Fractions", BNWL-714, pp. 3.60-3.63 1968, "Effects of X-Radiation on Lipid Synthesis by Lung Tissue", BNWL-714, pp. 3.34-3.35 1968)
Dr. Morrow developed a new principle in aerosol physics that permitted the generation of respirable asbestos particles so that "statistically valid" inhalation research studies, in animals, could be performed. This significant breakthrough led to the eventual establishment of health safety standards for the asbestos industry. ("The Generation and Characterization of a Respirable Aerosol of Chrysotile Asbestos for Chronic Inhalation Studies", D.K. Craig, W.G. Morrow, A.P. Wehner, American Industrial Hygiene Assoc. Journal, May, 1972, pp. 283-292.)
Previous attempts at introducing liquids into rodent lungs failed because all of them "drowned", but Dr. Morrow discovered that the clearance time for lungs is very rapid and that the problems were not associated with "drowning", but with the anesthetic used. Using the very short life inhalant Halothane and creating a rapid methodology for the instillation of liquid into rodent lungs dramatically influenced the ability to introduce very precise amounts of radioactive lung burdens when compared to inhalation. ("A Method for Intratracheal Instillation in the Rat", W.G. Morrow, Laboratory Animal Science, Vol. 25 (3), 1975, pp. 337-340.) This remains the method of choice.
Dr. Morrow continued to work with Dr's J.E. Ballou, D.K. Craig, A.P. Wehner and G.E. Dagle. ("On the Metabolic Equivalence of Ingested, Injected and Inhaled, Pu2 3 9 Citrate.", J.E. Ballou, J.F. Park, W.G. Morrow, Health Physics Vol.22, pp. 857-862, 1972.
"Long-Term Effects of Inhaled DTPA in Rats Previously Exposed to Pu(NO3) 4 Aerosol"’ BNWL-1850 PT1, pp. 121 (1973)
"Histopathologic Effects of Intratracheally Instilled EsC13 in Rats"’ ibid., pp. 70-71 (1973)
"The Chelatability of Plutonium and Einsteinium in Blood", ibid; pp. 118-pp. 120 (1973)
"Deposition of Inhaled and Intratracheally Instilled EsC13 in Rats", ibid., pp. 68-69 (1973)
"Early Deposition of Inhaled Plutonium and Einsteinium in the Rat", ibid., pp. 65-69 (1973)
"The Aveolar Deposition of Inhaled plutonium Aerosels in Rodents",ibid., pp. 49-51 (1973)
"Histopathologic Effects of Inhaled Pu Citrate and Pu Nitrate in Dogs", ibid., pp. 47-48 (1973) and many other research projects.
Doctor Morrow was the last recipient of the coveted Atomic Energy Commission scholarship and also completed an intensive course in Blood Banking at the Yakima Regional Blood Bank and received his training in clinical chemistry and hematology at Kadlec Methodist Hospital.
Dr. Morrow also spent time at the Hospital Ernesto Contreras, in Tijuana, Mexico, a world leader in alternative cancer treatment. In addition to helping the sick, he and Dr. Contreras, Sr. would sing and play the guitar to patients, as well as pray for them. Dr. Morrow is also an Ordained Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, with ministerial charge and spent 1 year preaching in Mexico, praying for the sick and teaching in impoverished schools.
His research focus with Spinal Dynamics, Inc. became post-surgical rehabilitation and seating physiology and he developed the bilateral neuromuscular coordination and pelvic stabilization series of exercises to strengthen, coordinate and stabilize the spinal motor-units for bilateral muscular symmetry. He is a lecturer and teacher of the Morrow Chiropractic technique of pelvic stabilization...kinesiodynamics.
His pelvic support method and means (U.S. Patent # 4,489,982), was the first major change in seating physiology in over 100 years, replacing the previous lumbar support concept. This new concept revolutionized the industry standards, proving that supporting the lumbar spine did not prevent posterior tilting of the pelvis and the superincumbent spinal stresses that cost billions of dollars per year in lost time from work. Every chair that you see today without a space between the back support and the seat pan is a spin-off of the Morrow Chair patent as are the "new" ergonometric concepts of having the femurs point downward to reduce the pulling of the hamstrings on the pelvic and raising the height of the work table.
He developed and patented the Cervical Support Method and Means marketed as the standard for physiologic supine cervical spine passive therapy (U.S. Patent 4,494,261). Dr Morrow also developed and patented the Physiologic Support System Method and Means, a hip-femur complex support used in conjunction with a supine pelvic support and cervical support resulting in the Physiologic Rest Position - a supine position where all the muscles are electromyographically silent (U.S. Patent 4,502,170)
His founding of Nutrition Dynamics, Inc., and practice of applied clinical nutrition, adjunctively, for over 35 years, lead to providing quality information and previously unavailable professional quality USP XXXI nutritional products to the American public.
The European community changed their quality standards in 1992 not allowing "food grade" products, commonly marketed in the US, to be sold. Nutrition Dynamics enjoys a world-wide distribution of dietary supplements because of Dr. Morrow's uncompromising insistence that only the very best is acceptable for consumption by his patients or the public. As a PhD, Dr. Morrow understands the significance of contaminants allowed in food grade products and their negative impact on environmentally sensitive individuals and persons with propensities toward allergic reactions.
Dr. Winston Morrow spent 3 years in the Army as a guided missile specialist and during that time represented the a Army as a swimmer, breaking an unofficial World record in the 200 freestyle and also placed 2nd runner-up in the Army pistol championships. He earned numerous "Black-belts" in Shudokan Karate, Diaturyu Jutsu, Aikido and taught soldiers, state police and other law enforcement personnel self-defense.
Dr. Morrow has raised 9 children, has 7 grandchildren, and still has 1 child at home. In addition to enjoying a busy practice in Seguin, Texas, he is the Vice-President of Research and Development of a national nutraceutical company, heading a team of 5 physicians and scientists in the development and research of natural products that address the 7 major diseases.