JEREMY DEHERRERA, DC
Jeremy grew up in northwest Montana and attended Flathead High School graduating in 2006. He was a multi sport athlete in both basketball and soccer. Jeremy then went on to play collegiate soccer at the Montana State University Billings while obtaining a bachelors degree in Health and Human Performance. As most athletes, Jeremy experienced injuries that put him out of commission for some time during his season. It was finding a sports chiropractor that kept him healthy and competing at a high level that eventually lead Jeremy into his career choice of being a Chiropractor.
Dr. DeHerrera is fascinated with the human body, and what we can accomplish when we are moving correctly and all systems are working together. This has lead Jeremy to focus on movement patterns and changing them when they become faulty and lead to pain and dysfunction. Jeremy specializes in an evidence based approach to treating neuromusculoskeletal problems. Dr. DeHerrera loves working with patients of all walks of life; young or old, competitive athlete or weekend warriors, patients in pain or maintenance care, good physical health or wanting to improve it, he still takes an individualized approach to each patient that incorporates the best evidence of manual therapy and exercise to get the patients better sooner.
Jeremy met his wonderful wife Alyssa DeHerrera at Montana State University Billings. The two of them got married in 2011 on Flathead lake before attending the University of Western States in Portland Oregon to obtain his Doctorate of Chiropractic. When Jeremy is not actively treating patients, he enjoys hunting, fishing, skiing, hiking, golfing, working out and spending time with his wife and dogs Royal and Sage.
Scott Johnson, PT, OCS, cert DN
Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist
Scott was born and raised in Michigan and then set off on a journey to travel the country before landing in Montana. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science from Grand Valley State University in Allendale, MI and his Master's Degree in Physical Therapy from Winston-Salem State University in Winston-Salem, NC.
While traveling the country, he has been lucky enough to work with many high level athletes, weekend warriors, and countless numbers of patients that are just interested in doing everyday activities without pain. During his time in Colorado Springs, he worked with athletes from the USA Judo, Taekwondo, and Weightlifting teams, the Army 10th Group Special Forces, several World Class Marathon and Tri-Athletes, and Pikes Peak Minors hockey team. While spending several winters in Aspen, he had the opportunity to work with X-game Snowboarding and Skiing athletes from several countries, several Snowboarders featured in Warren Miller films, and a large number of CrossFit athletes. He also is a guest speaker in the Physical Therapy Dept. at University of Michigan every fall.
His interests are in sport-related injuries, low back/hip and neck pain, headaches, TMJ pain, and shoulder injuries. When not treating patients, Scott can be found Mountain Biking, Hiking, Camping, participating in any kind of sport, and (most importantly) watching University of Michigan Football!