Dr. Dionne Tatlow, Chiropractor 


Born and raised in Saskatoon, Dr. Dionne Tatlow traveled to Edmonton, Alberta to complete a Bachelors of Physical Education (BPE), specializing in the health and wellness of children and youth. Following her undergraduate degree she spent a year working in the Leisure Services department for the City of Saskatoon, as well as coaching gymnastics and completing graduate coursework in human anatomy at the University of Saskatchewan. A keen interest in anatomy and manual therapy took her to the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto, Ontario where she obtained her degree as a Doctor of Chiropractic (DC); Graduating Magna Cum Laude with Clinic Honors and receiving the CCR Clinical Radiology Proficiency Award as well as the Istrati Memorial Family Award.

Dr. Dionne is a full body Active Release Techniques® (ART) certified, Graston Therapies, Activator Methods and Webster Technique trained. She is currently lecturing at the University of Regina in the faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies while completing her MSc in Health Science with special interest in musculoskeletal injuries in Swimmers. 

In her spare time she spends as much time outside as possible, be it open water swimming, skiing, biking, hiking, camping, or all of the above!