Dr. Spencer Jones
I am a Billings native and a Skyview graduate. After high school I took over a bison ranch in Redlodge, I did this for years untill I started a family of my own. After being inspired by a Chiropractor who helped me recover from a football injury I decided that I wanted to help people in a similar way. I initially specialized in injury rehabilitation as a result of my own sports injury experience. As my education continued and my children got older I began to expand into Pediatric Chiropractic care. This turned out to be a great blessing; both of my sons were diagnosed with acid reflux and had been on several different unsuccessful treatments. This trend continued for 6 months until we began treating with Chiropractic adjustments, within the first few weeks the vomiting had resolved and has not returned. Those with kids will understand how big of a deal that was for us. I am continually blown away with the “common” ailments I see in children resolved through Chiropractic care.
I was born and raised in Billings. After I graduated for Billings Senior High I moved to Great Falls to attend the University on Great Falls. I graduated with a degree in Criminal Justice and psychology. I enjoy spending time outdoors with my family and my dogs. We also spend our summers either on the soccer field or the drag strip.
Working at Jones Family Chiropractic has been my first experience with chiropractic care. There has been a lot of information thrown my way. I would have to say the most interesting would have to be what chiropractic care can to for pregnant women and children. Chiropractic treatments have been proven to help pregnant women with back and hip pain.
Graduated from Montana State University – Bozeman in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Cell Biology and Neuroscience. Certified by Rocky Mountain School of Massage in 2010. I specialize in Deep Tissue Massage, Swedish Massage, Reflexology and Practical Movement.
The main objectives of my practice are to alleviate pain and discomfort of the musculature, while reducing stress and bringing functionality back to the body. I believe that Massage is a vital component to an individual’s health, both as a preventative measure and as a healing modality in integrative medicine and should be available to everyone. I have always wanted to help people live happy, healthy, pain-free lives and I feel blessed that I am able to help people feel better through my massage practice.