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Meet Our team

  • Dr.
    Robert Williamson,

    Dr. Williamson is West Virginia Board of Chiropractic licensed and certified to practice Chiropractic care. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science at Marietta College in Marietta, Ohio where he played football. He went on to Palmer College of Chiropractic in Port Orange, Florida, to earn his Doctor of Chiropractic degree.

    Dr. Williamson is an avid nutrition and exercise enthusiast. He enjoys cooking at home, weightlifting, golfing and recreational volleyball. Dr. Williamson lives in Boaz with his wife.

  • Tiffany Williamson
    Clinic Manager

    Tiffany is the Clinic Manager at Mid-Ohio Valley Chiropractic and Wellness. She is responsible for ensuring your utmost comfort and care from the moment you step into the clinic, as well as appointment booking and new patient orientation. Tiffany has a bachelor's degree in Exercise Science and Health from Fairmont State University where she played volleyball. She has an AAS in Nursing and is a certified Registered Nurse.

    Tiffany enjoys cooking, exercising, golfing, playing volleyball, and walking her golden-doodle, Buie. She lives in Boaz with her husband.

  • Lori Williamson
    Office Manager

    Lori is the Office Manager at Mid-Ohio Valley Chiropractic and Wellness. She is responsible for all office matters, as well as appointment booking and new patient orientation. Lori has over 30 years of experience in accounting, managing and human-resources.

    Lori is very active in her community, and has served on boards such as the Wood County Board of Education, Parkersburg Area Community Foundation, Parkersburg Country Club Board of Directors and Williamstown Improvement Network. Lori enjoys golfing, playing the cello and attending her book club. She lives in Williamstown with her husband.

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8:30am -12:30pm

2:30pm - 6:00pm


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8:30am -12:30pm

2:30pm - 6:00pm


8:30am -12:30pm

2:30pm - 6:00pm


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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I am so impressed with my care and treatment! Was in severe pain after a knee surgery for a meniscus tear. 10 weeks after surgery I began seeing Dr. Williamson. I am happy to say I am improving with every visit. HIGHLY recommend~"
    Diane A. Mineral Wells, WV

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