Dr. Matthew Dickson, D.C.

Dr. Matthew Dickson, D.C. is the Owner and Founder of ADIO Chiropractic Center which opened in the spring of 2003. He was born and raised in Montana and chose to practice in Colorado for its similar beauty and outdoor opportunities. He is currently licensed in the state of Colorado and Montana to practice chiropractic. He enjoys spending time with his wife Kristen and his son, Aiden.

Education

Dr. Dickson, D.C. is a 1994 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic located in Davenport, Iowa. Palmer College is where the study of chiropractic began in 1895 and is to this day considered to be one of the premier Chiropractic colleges in the world.

Degrees & Licenses

  • Doctor of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic – 1994
  • Undergraduate studies from Eastern Montana College & Scott Community College – 1991
  • Colorado State Board of Chiropractic Examiners – 1995
  • Montana State Board of Chiropractic Examiners – 2001
  • Certification from National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, Part I, II, III, IV, Physiotherapy

Continuing Education

Dr. Dickson, D.C. communicates with many doctors all along the front-range in order to share information and to foster positive professional relationships. In addition, he attends specialized seminars throughout the year to advance his chiropractic techniques, to enhance patient care and to better educate his office team.

Interests

Being a mentor to his son and a great husband to his wife. He enjoys camping, fishing, skiing, golf, working on the ranch and other outdoor activities.

Regina Henderson

Regina is a native of the Marshall Islands and has lived in Washington, California, Germany and North Carolina before choosing to settle in Colorado with her beautiful family of six. Despite being a busy mom, Regina is an active athlete, boxer, and, experienced runner whose ambition is to run a marathon in each of the fifty states. She’s spent the last couple years working as the face and smiling voice of ADIO Chiropractic Center.

Nothing makes Regina’s day quite like working somewhere that leaves people feeling healthier and happier! When Regina is out and about you can find her at school events, church functions, the gym, training, or at races. Say hello to Regina when you get here! She’s excited to make your experience a pleasant one.

Barbara Lee, Dipl., LAc. (NCCAOM)

Barbara Lee, LAC, is a Licensed Acupuncturist. She attended the International Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Denver, CO. She graduated with a Masters of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is board certified by the National Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine as a Diplomat in Acupuncture and is licensed by the Colorado State Medicine Board.

Barbara’s focus is “Brining total wellness through balance and harmony.” She specializes in pain management, arthritis, weight loss, stress management, migraines, and women’s health issues, including infertility. By integrating Acupuncture, Cupping, Tu Na, Micro Current Therapy, and Auricular Therapy, patients get the most comprehensive care.

Wendy Squires, L.M.T.

Wendy Squires is a Colorado native and an Air Force brat. She loves the outdoors and will always find her on a hiking trail when it’s nice outside or just playing with her grandkids. With her love for others has led her to the healthcare field, she has an Associate in Sports Medicine Technology 10-1995, a certification in Massage Therapy from Denver School of Massage 3-2006, and a certificate in Health and wellness coach 3-2021. She feels she will always be in the healthcare field in one way or another.

Wendy believes there is bad touch and good touch in the world. She would like everyone to know what good touch feels like. When you touch a body you are touching the WHOLE person, mind, body and spirit. She is a get in there and get it done therapist. She loves doing Deep Tissue, Trigger Point and Sports Massage due to her background in sports medicine. She also loves to do Intraoral TMJ work for those with jaw problems. Seeing someone come in with pain or discomfort and being able to make them feel better in any way shape or form and knowing she helped with that is the best gratitude anyone can give her.