“Dr. Dion received his doctorate in chiropractic from Texas Chiropractic College (TCC) in 2003, with additional training in worker’s compensation, nutrition, detoxification, musculo-skeletal re-education, sports performance and rehabilitation. Originally bound for a career in engineering and physical therapy, Dr. Dion discovered chiropractic after suffering a debilitating knee injury in college which left him sick, weak, and frustrated with drugs and mainstream medicine. As fate would have it, a friend recommended he see a chiropractor…and the results were miraculous.
Within the first few months of adjustments his knee pain was nearly gone and he fully healed in half the time expected.
No more drugs and no more surgeries! From that point on he dedicated himself to the study and practice of chiropractic, nutrition, and holistic health care.
Dr. Dion loves working with clients of all ages and backgrounds. He specializes in neurologically based and corrective functional chiropractic, women’s health, sports performance, rehabilitation, pre and post-natal care, childhood obesity, stress management, brain based wellness, anti-aging and chronic disease management.
“My approach is to naturally assess and correct as many physical, mental and emotional dysfunctions within the body without the use of fad diets, dangerous drugs, and risky surgeries.”
He was drawn to Back To Balance Wellness Center because of a shared belief in the power of principled chiropractic, holistic medicine, whole body health, wellness and vitality. A passionate volunteer and community leader, Dr. Dion has extensive experience in community service and public speaking. He has coached boys and girls basketball for over 25 years and has been mentored by some of the best athletes and personal trainers in the business.
When he’s not serving practice members, volunteering, coaching, mentoring or writing (he’s also the author of the amazing eBook: “Dr. Dion Presents: The Essential Elements of Health and Fitness Volume I.) Dr. Dion enjoys spending time with his family, staying physically active, reading, motivational speaking and watching sports.