Dixon Chiropractic and Dixon Animal Chiropractic
Dr. Dixon truly believes the simple most important aspect of being a doctor is to take the time to listen and provide care in a non-judgement environment. Every human being is different and unique; Dr. Dixon takes pride in allowing time to research your personal condition. He will do whatever it takes to design a treatment plan which will provide you the best care. Once your condition has been identified, he will make sure you have been pointed in the right direction—even if that means referring you to someone more qualified to your particular health needs. He refuses to employ a standard cookie-cutter approach to every patient to walk through the door. “I do not want to be the hammer who thinks everything is a nail however, I do want to be the hammer that is the best at hitting that nail”
By taking an integrative approach and working with other health professionals, Dr. Dixon improves patient health care outcomes. He continuously works with neuro-optometrists, physical therapists, naturopaths, massage therapists, medical doctors and even other chiropractors if their approach is better suited for your condition.
Dr. Dixon is primarily a Gonstead focused chiropractic doctor. The Gonstead technique is an extremely specific technique, focused on the structural relationship of the spine and nervous system and how that connects to overall effect on health. If you do not care to have manual adjustments, Dr. Dixon is also certified in Activator protocol. He is extremely knowledgeable in muscle therapy and rehabilitation and has received past certifications in Active Release Technique. Better chiropractic results can and will be achieved from continued education within spinal biomechanics and neurology based diplomates, so he is actively working towards earning these diplomates through the Gonstead Methodology Institute and Carrick Institute of Neurology. This increased knowledge base will ultimately help him to better serve the Bemidji community and surrounding areas.
He also believes in personal choice when it comes to your health care, and strives to provide care the way health care should be given. You are the consumer. You advocate the care you want, and whom you want to receive it. Insurance companies are not your doctor nor should they dictate personal health care decisions. You are in charge of your health, take it back.
Call to arrange a consultation today, we can help explain how chiropractors produce results the natural way without drugs or surgery.
Dixon Chiropractic is here to help you with pain management. Whether your back pain, neck pain or extremity pain is caused from a car accident, repetitive strain, the aging process, heredity, sports injury or other accident injury, Dr. Jason Dixon offers the best in chiropractic care. He promotes ongoing wellness by improving spinal and joint function often resulting in a healthier, more active lifestyle.
The alignment of your body affects you physically, mentally and spiritually. Dixon Chiropractic of Bemidji provides holistic Gonstead chiropractic care based upon the individual needs of each patient, including chiropractic care, myofascial release and low force Activator methods.
- Back, neck pain
- Arthritis and joint pain
- Muscle spasms
- Nervous system disorders
- Accidents or sports injuries
- Maintenance of joint and spinal health
Chiropractic care in animals, just like humans, is a hands-on therapy, designed to relieve biomechanical dysfunction of the spine and joints. Chiropractic care can restore optimal movement, alleviate neurologic dysfunction and ultimately affect the bodies’ pain receptors. Lack of normal motion in the spine can lead to back pain, lameness, lack of performance, or a decrease in overall health.
Dr. Dixon provides adjustments (applying a specific thrust into a joint) to help restore normal joint movement, decrease pain, improve neurological function, or prevent injury. Chiropractic adjustments are an effective therapy for many animal conditions & situations, including:
- Abnormal standing posture
- Reluctance to move
- Reduced performance
- Sensitivity to touch
- Hip dysplasia
- Inability to climb stairs or jump
- Discomfort while being saddled
- Discomfort when ridden
- Refusing jumps or knocking rails
- Pinning ears, bucking or swishing tail
- Inability to stretch
- Stiffness coming out of the stall