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Meet Our Staff

  • Dr.
    Greg Oblander
    D,C

    Dr. Oblander was born and raised in Billings, Montana. Not surprisingly, his heart is drawn to the landscape and people of the Big Sky Country. Dr. Oblander and his wife Jo are the parents of six children. Strong believers in gender equality, they have three sons and three daughters! Their two youngest children were adopted from Russia in 1999. Family is a central part of Dr. Oblander's life so it is only natural that his enthusiasm for family translates into his practice! Dr. Oblander loves treating infants, children, and adults of all ages but he particularly loves to see families working together to optimize their health through chiropractic treatments and great health practices.

    Dr. Oblander loves the outdoors. He is a certified dirt bike and ATV instructor. He and his family love spending time in the mountains of the Big Sky Country riding dirt bikes, ATV's and camping. He and his family are also water enthusiasts - spending as many hours as weather and time will allow water skiing, wake boarding, and tubing during the warmer months of the year.

    Dr. Oblander is a big believer in the importance of staying physically active - his patients frequently hear his credo 'Movement is key to longevity'. Perhaps his beliefs are born of his life experiences. Since his youth, he has been active in sports; playing baseball, softball, racketball, and basketball.

    Dr. Oblander is an active member of his church. Throughout his adult life, he has served in various church, community and professional positions. He particularly has loved working with youth as a church leader and basketball coach.

  • Jo Oblander

    Jo Oblander is the wife of Dr. Oblander. As a former sufferer of migraine headaches and other health issues, she has a special interest in nutrition and in coaching others in positive life changes.

    The mother of six children and grandmother of 13 grandchildren, she is a huge family advocate who believes in each individual's ability to make positive changes. Utilizing her knowledge of health and nutrition, she designed the weight loss protocol that we use in our office. She loves that the protocol she designed allows our patients and clients to lose weight using 100% real foods the way nature perfectly designed them! Two important side benefits of her protocol are improved health and learning life skills that will help keep weight off once it is lost. In addition to managing our offices, Jo is also the published author of the book, A Glimpse of Heaven, which shares several of her personal stories as well as her near death experience. 

    Currently, she is working on her second book.

  • Dawn Tadday

    Dawn Tadday is our receptionist and has become one of our most ardent Chiropractic cheerleaders! She initially came to our office as a patient. She had been in an auto accident and was frustrated with the lack of recovery she was making through traditional physical therapy.

    Frustrated, she decided to give Dr. Oblander and chiropractic care a try and boy is she glad she did! She has become a fellow chiropractic convert who understands the positive power of the Chiropractic care and the astounding difference it can make in the lives of those who utilize it's power in their lives! Additionally, Dawn is the loving wife and mother to her husband Blaize and her children Kiera and Kyle.

  • Nicole Leiser

    Nicole Leiser is the busy wife and mother of four young girls when she is not working with our weight loss patients or substituting as our receptionist! She is a horse lover who loves leading an active life. She can often be found working wit

    h the youth in her church, working with horses, or supporting her daughters in their 4H efforts. She and her husband Brian are also outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy camping and water recreation! Nicole understands that lasting change is a process – not an overnight event. She is excited to share her ability to coach others to weight loss and life changing success!

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:30 am - 12:00 pm

2:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am - 12:00 pm

2:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am - 12:00 pm

2:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am - 12:00 pm

2:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Friday:

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Closed

Saturday:

By Appt.

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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  • "What he did for my body was amazing. I crawled in and walked out. The pain was gone in 20 minutes."
    George W. Billings, MT

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