Dr Jerome Dixon
Jerome’s goal is to help relieve discomfort, identify the potential cause of a patient’s health concern, and apply treatment that allows the body to rehabilitate with long-term results.
With over 20 years of Chiropractic practice experience, Jerome combines his knowledge of the spine, muscles and joints, specialized chiropractic techniques, and a holistic lifestyle assessment to bring relief and movement freedom to his patients experiencing headaches, migraines, back & neck discomfort, repetitive strains and nerve problems.
In 2000 Dr Dixon founded www.headache.com.au with colleagues: Optometrists, Pharmacists, Neurologists, Ear Nose Throat surgeons, Psychologists, Chiropractors, Orthodontists and Specialist Dentists. The site draws on expertise from all relevant mainstream professions; and is recognised as a content partner by the Victorian Government’s ‘BetterHealth Channel’.
When he isn’t managing his busy practice or contributing to Headache.com.au, Jerome is a husband and father to two young, active boys, and a keen runner and swimmer. He admires Professor Brian Cox and David Attenborough, enjoys ridiculous humour (have you seen ‘There’s Something About Mary?!), and always makes sure he finds time to get to the beach and out beyond the breakers! One of his favourite things to do is swim the famous Pier to Pub in Lorne.
Jerome would love to be able to assist you with:
• Treatment for MusculoSkeletal pain, Spinal problems, Headaches and Migraines.
• Public education and awareness of common health conditions.
• Corporate Health and Wellness consulting
A member of COCA (Chiropractors and Osteopaths College of Australasia).
Registered with AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Authority)
Member AON (Professional liability & indemnity).
Editor of leading Australian Health Website: www.headache.com.au
Victorian Government BetterHealth Channel Content Partner
Post graduate studies in SOT (Sacro Occipital technique- a gentle non manipulative technique) as well as Headache & Migraine management seminars.