Meet Our Team
Our caring and compassionate team strives to create a relaxing and comfortable environment for each patient. As soon as you walk through our doors, we want you to feel right at home. As such, we’re proud to introduce you to our expert team. Take some time to get to know them by reading their bios and qualifications.
Dr. Thomas Keogh IV
After school, Dr. Thomas was given the opportunity to work in one of the largest chiropractic offices in the entire country just outside of Denver, CO. It was here that he refined his skills of adjusting, communicating, and educating the community of chiropractic care. Dr. Thomas is certified in Webster Technique (for pregnant moms) and is currently obtaining his certification from the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. He is advanced certified and proficient in the Torque Release Technique (TRT), an advanced researched and gentle method.
Outside the office, Dr. Thomas enjoys being outdoors, going to the gym, rooting for the Dallas Cowboys, and spending time with family.
Laura’s hobbies outside of the office include spending time with her family, hiking, going to the gym, and reading.
Emily grew up in Escondido, California and moved to Billings in 2020. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Equine Science from Southern Utah University in Cedar City, Utah in 2013.
Emily met Dr. Thomas and Laura while she was a barista at Legacy Coffee and they were looking for a space to start BARE Chiropractic. She was so excited to hear that they were starting the practice, as she has been under chiropractic care since she was a child for a variety of injuries from riding and training horses. She and her wife Stacy became practice members right when the practice first opened.
After being under Dr. Thomas’ care, Emily was thrilled to accept the position as a Chiropractic Assistant to help practice members get the care that their bodies need to function optimally and thrive, without prescription medications. She is a firm believer in continuing chiropractic care throughout your life, as our bodies are always adapting to our ever-changing environments and stressors.
Emily and her wife stay very busy at home with their 4 cats and dog, plus a variety of foster animals from Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter. In their free time, they enjoy camping and hiking wherever they can.