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Dixon Health is a network of Chiropractic and Rehabilitation Clinics situated in North Wiltshire. Established in 1985, the team of Chiropractors and Physiotherapists have successfully been treating musculoskeletal disorders in the Bradford on Avon and Devizes Clinics ever since.

Over the last 20 years our services were also offered at both the Bath Clinic and Circle Bath in Peasdown St John, building close links with the local Consultants and Physiotherapists. We have pioneered a multidisciplinary approach to the management of musculoskeletal problems ensuring that by collaboration we achieve the best outcomes for our patients.

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We now offer western medical acupuncture as part of your chiropractic treatment. If you are interested in finding out more, book an appointment with Dean now.

Happy Gardeners

Make sure you enjoy your time in the garden this year, without feeling the ill effects after. Pain free gardeners are happy gardeners!


At Dixon Health we encourage regular exercise as part of life. Not only does it improve strength and reduce pain, it improves overall wellbeing and helps the mind, body and soul to work in harmony!

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Currently trying to increase the amount of natural probiotics in my diet. These can be obtained from fermented foods such as natural yoghurt, kefir, raw (unpasteurised) sauerkraut and many more! These foods are known to be very helpful in improving the health of your microbiome- the collection of bacteria that live in your intestines.

Researchers are learning more and more about the importance of the microbiome to health. Not only in weight loss and obesity, but in all over physical and mental health including changes in mood, immune function and inflammation. It is so important that it is now being recognised as an organ in its own right!

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Another great mobility video from Joseph 🧘🏽‍♂️🤸🏽‍♂️🏋🏽‍♂️. This week we are working on loosening up that booty! You may be able to tell Joseph was feeling a little tight for this one!!

Tight glutes and hips frequently contribute to lower back pain and can also play a role in knee pain, leg pain and a number of form issues in the gym.

Give these stretches a go, try 3-4 holds of up to 10 seconds on each side. On the second of the stretches you will notice Joseph lowers his opposite shoulder down. This is a way of increasing the stretch a little towards the end. Give it a go!!

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