OUR TEAM

Dr. Branden Race is a 2019 graduate of Logan University. He has over 10 years of personal training experience and utilizes a unique blend of Chiropractic techniques including Activator Methods, Diversified and Thompson. Dr. Race is also a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner. Dr. Race uses chiropractic care to improve the health and wellness in all areas of patient's lives, whether they are having problems with back pain or neck pain, or just want to start feeling better when they wake up in the morning.  Dr. Race takes a 'whole person' approach in chiropractic care, which means looking for the underlying causes of disease, discomfort, and pain, as opposed to just treating the symptoms. 

Mary has been a receptionist at Williams Chiropractic for about 10 years. She is the first person you will speak to on the phone and when you walk in the clinic, making you feel you are in the correct place to receive the treatment you are seeking.  She is an exceptional person, going beyond her responsibilities to assist the patients.  She is very friendly and easy going.  Mary, her husband Doug, and their daughter have been lifelong residents of Jerseyville.  Their favorite pastime is going out to dinner and being around family and friends.

Amy studied Massage Therapy at Alverita's, graduating in 2013. Amy has 7 years massage experience, including 5 years at Williams Chiropractic. She offers Swedish and deep tissue massages. Amy is personable and friendly, caring for her patients as individuals, providing personalized care specific their needs.  Amy, her husband Jacob, and their two teenage sons are lifelong area residents.  They live an active lifestyle, enjoying their many interests, including playing music, fishing, hunting, kayaking, and other activities.

Dr. Ravi Patel is a 2019 graduate of Logan University. "What led me to become a chiropractor was, an injury I had incurred while lifting weights, I saw a chiropractor he adjusted me three times for 2 weeks, and I was back to doing the things I wanted. After that I stopped applying to med-schools, and applied to Logan, and graduated from there in August 2019. I like to manually adjust patients with diversified, but I also use more low force techniques such as Cox flexion distraction, and Thompson drop. I chose to become a chiropractor because it was something where I felt I could make a difference, and help a person get to the root of their pain, rather than treating their symptoms."