Dr. Picard was born and raised on a farm/ranch north of Bainville, MT. He graduated from Williston High School in 2002. After graduation he attended Montana State University where he studied Health and Human Development. After learning about the human body, Dr. Picard realized that would like to take his education further and applied to Northwestern Health Sciences University where he would pursue a Degree as a Doctor of Chiropractic. Dr. Picard graduated in November of 2010 and is now dedicated to continue learning how the body works and what he can do to help people lead a healthier/painfree lifestyle. Dr. Picard focuses his energy on correcting interference that is placed on the Nervous System. With a proper functioning Nervous System, our bodies can naturally heal themselves so we can lead healthier, more fulfilling lives!
While attending Montana State University, Dr. Picard met his wife Scotta and the two were married in May of 2007. They were blessed with two healthy baby boys named Blayze David Picard on April 22, 2009 and Easton James Picard on March 5th, 2011. Dr. Picard enjoys spending time with his family, learning, hunting, fishing, playing sports and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Dr. Picard is the team doctor for the local Billings Xtreme semi-pro football team. You can see him and the team at Daylis stadium Saturdays in the spring!
Dr. Picard is licensed in the State of Montana- license number 1244
Dr. Karlene Berish was raised in Forsyth, MT. After graduation from high school, she attended the University of Montana, graduating in pre-Physical Therapy sciences. She completed her education from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in St. Paul, MN in 1983.
Dr. Berish has practiced in Billings since 1984. Her practice has been dedicated to quality, compassionate care, utilizing manual adjustments as well as other low impact techniques including drop piece, activator, flexion-distraction, as well as numerous physio-therapy modalities.
Dr. Berish has served on the Montana Chiropractic Association board, the state ethics committee, and the Montana Chiropractic Licensing board. She was named Montana Chiropractor of the Year in 1997.
In Dr. Berish's spare time she enjoys reading, working out and traveling. She also volunteers her time with various youth organizations throughout the community.