Dr. Williams first became interested in the health sciences while taking a biology class in high school. While attending college and continuing my studies in the health sciences he discovered a perfect match: a Doctor of Chiropractic. With his bachelor’s degree in Human Biology he then completed his Doctorate in Chiropractic in St. Louis Missouri at Logan College of Chiropractic in 1996. He has practiced in Billings Montana for over 20 years.
Dr. Williams loves helping people find access to true health and well being. He believe that educating patients is one of the most valuable tools to help people find and maintain health. Over the past 20 years he has been privileged to help people of all age groups, newborn to those approaching 100 years old. He has honed his skills and provides quality care utilizing a variety of techniques.
In 2009 Dr. Williams put his love of patient education to work in field of weight loss. He is the supervising doctor for Billings Last Diet. They have helped thousands of patients lose weight and develop a lifestyle that allows them to keep the weight off for life.
Dr. Williams has been married for 26 years. He and his wife, Danielle, are the proud parents of eight wonderful children. He enjoys traveling, volunteering at church, and is an exercise enthusiast. He also loves reading books and listening to podcasts on health and well being. Dr. Williams considers myself blessed because of the great opportunities he has had to help people.
Dr. Simone Webb is a native of Montana who attended Montana State University, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Minor in Chemistry. Dr. Webb then moved to Washington and worked for over five years for Bristol Myers Squibb in the area of Breast Cancer and Colon research and then for two years at the Barbra Davis Center for Juvenile Diabetes prior to attending Palmer Chiropractic College where she graduated with honors with her Doctor of Chiropractic. Dr. Webb has actively continued to pursue education in nutrition, metabolic and neuronal function for the last 15 years. She is a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner which enables her to address health concerns related to pain, neural function, nutrition, digestion, hormonal imbalances and movement. Dr. Webb primarily uses low force adjusting techniques. Low force adjusting allows the patient to stay in a more relaxed state which helps maintain the body in a healing neurological and hormonal state. This enables the patient’s body to heal faster and more efficiently especially if they are also choosing to live a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Webb is a member of the Foundation for Wellness Professionals, which is a national non-profit foundation dedicated to bring disease prevention and wellness lifestyle programs to the community. Dr. Webb is also very active with Special Olympics and the local autism community and also co-hosts on the radio show "Let's Stay Healthy".
Always interested in life, Dr. Nebeker graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in Biology. He developed a keen interest in the body’s ability to self-regulate and its natural ability of healing. Chiropractic was a perfect choice for post graduate work and he graduated with honors from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport Iowa.
Dr. Nebeker currently practices using a number of techniques including manual and instrument adjusting. Some of the techniques used are Diversifed, Thompson, Activator, and Flexion Distraction.
Dr. Nebeker enjoys spending time in the outdoors and being in nature. He firmly believes in enjoying life in its fullest. His goal is and will always be to help people to live up to their ultimate potential.
“If life is a journey, then life’s greatest tragedy is not having enjoyed the ride.” –Author Unknown