Dr. Johnson was born in Williston, ND, but was primarily raised in the Minot, ND area. He graduated from Minot High school and began his undergraduate studies at Minot State University. He completed his Doctor of Chiropractic at Northwestern College of Chiropractic in Bloomington MN in 1997.
He has enthusiastically continued furthering and strengthening his studies in nutrition and whole-body wellness. Dr. Johnson continues to have an undeniable passion for chiropractic care, helping his patients live healthier and pain free lives. He takes pride in providing the most comprehensive and effective care possible. He is also certified in scoliosis evaluation and treatment.
He and his wife enjoyed raising two girls in Montana, taking advantage of the amazing opportunities for hiking, sledding, skiing, boating and exploring this great state. He is fortunate to have his parents close, and is able to work with his father restoring classic cars, a passion they both share.
Dr. Johnson is Honored to provide the Billings community with Chiropractic care for any and all musculoskeletal conditions for many more years to come.
Greg Kaye was born and raised in Southern California. He attended Anaheim High School, he graduated with his Bachelor Degree from California State University Fullerton and later earned his Master’s Degree from Loyola Marymount University. Dr. Greg Kaye graduated from the Southern California University of Health Sciences in 2006.
At the age of nine, I began to take Judo lessons at the YMCA, which he continued for many years off and on depending upon his involvement in other sports. However, at the age of thirty, I sustained a serious lower back injury, which affected me for about five years. Eventually, I went to see a highly recommended chiropractor in Los Angeles, who was able to help me overcome what was a very debilitating condition in my low back.
I remember that I was shocked, when he suggested that he would open his office just to see me for my second visit on a Saturday, because he felt so strongly that waiting until Monday would be too long to wait for my second visit. He even told me that he hoped that I would be able to return to pursuing my judo activities. As it happens, several months later I won a third place medal at my first U.S. National Championships. I gave my chiropractor, Dr. Leonard Faye, D.C., a signed picture of me on the medal stand on which I wrote “Thank you so much, I could not have done this without you!”
It is no exaggeration to say that his care and compassion was life changing for me. It was years later when I told him that I wanted to become a chiropractor myself and that he was a major influence in my decision. I experienced for myself how important it can be for people to receive the care they need when they are suffering. I know for certain that I will never get tired of a patient telling me that they are feeling better.
Dr. Samantha Alexander was born in Birmingham, AL and grew up in Dallas, TX. She went to the University of Arkansas for her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology. She completed her chiropractic degree at Cleveland University- Kansas City in December 2020.
Dr. Alexander has spent the last few years improving and expanding her abilities. She loves to work with patients on improving their lives, whether that be through better nutrition or decreasing pain levels. She enjoys working with each patient to understand what brought them into the clinic.
“As someone that deals with chronic pain, chiropractic is the one thing that has kept me doing everything that I love to do. Including going hiking with my dog and reading as many books as possible. I hope to be able to work with my patients to get them back to doing what they love. My goal with every person I see is to make an impact that improves their lifestyle.” – Dr. Alexander
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Anya found her way into Massage Therapy through growing up in an active household that used massage therapy, chiropractic care, and other alternative modalities to heal the body. Through observation of the effect these modalities had on her family and herself, she was able to understand the importance of self-care to maintain everyday health and wellness.
Growing up as an athlete, she experienced her own triumph of injury/recovery, which intrigued her idea of working in healthcare. From there she moved and graduated from Sacred Roots Massage School of Montana based out of Missoula, MT in June of 2022. In Missoula, she worked at a local gym, gaining experience in client treatment and care. This past August, she took a continuing education course furthering her knowledge behind Myofascial Release through the MFR Seminars by John F. Barnes. MFR is a noninvasive connective tissue mobilization technique that aims to isolate and release the fascial restrictions resulting in pain alleviation and restored function.
She decided to move back to her roots in Billings, where she was born and raised, to be closer to family and to further her growth as a Massage Therapist. Anya spends her free time outside of bodywork exploring the outdoors through mountain biking, hiking, and traveling. She also loves to spend time cooking, connecting with friends and family, or loving on her cats.
Anya offers an integrative, intuitively driven, therapeutic style of bodywork aiming to sustain your body’s nervous system in this hyperactive world we live in. Together, you will work through each individual layer, to ease into the body’s structural patterns and habits that might be causing chronic pain or dysfunction. Bodywork is ultimately learning how to honor oneself in a safe therapeutic environment. During your sessions together, Anya gets to learn what your body needs and gear your sessions to utilize what your body is willing to unravel. She uses a combination of techniques to drive the fullest amount of progress you will be able to accomplish in the time given; such as Deep Tissue Therapy, Cupping Therapy, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, and Swedish Massage.