Why Dr Paull?

Dr. Heather Paull has been a chiropractor in Saskatoon since 1992. She initially started at Pleasant Hill Chiropractic Clinic, and in 1995 became one of the first chiropractors to work with a family physician, Dr. Rebalkin, until 1998. In 1998, she bought the chiropractic office of Dr. Andronyk, and has been in solo private practice ever since.   Dr. Paull also does assessments at the FIT for Active Living program at City Hospital, and also at CBI Preston.

In 2011, her lease with the Midtown Plaza was terminated, and she relocated to her first love, the West side of Saskatoon, settling in Westview by the Co-op.   Unfortunately her new found home was not a permanent one as the Co-op decided to tear down the building her office was housed in but GOOD NEWS! On OCTOBER 1, 2013 she will be OPEN FOR BUSINESS at her new address at 1647 29th Street West, Saskatoon (on the corner of Avenue Q and 29th Street) ; only 4 blocks away from her old clinic on 33rd Street. 

Dr. Heather Paull  is a national examiner for the Canadian Chiropractic Examination Board, and has been so since 1998.

Over the years, Dr. Paull has incorporated massage therapy into her practice, and now the clinic offers three registered massage therapists. Together, massage and chiropractic care complement each other very well, and the clinic will have patients who seek both types of care, either separately, or together.  Due to her work at the hospital, Dr. Paull has cultivated a rich panel of referrals if needed, including Physiatrists, Orthopaedic Surgeons, physical therapists, and sports medicine specialists.

In her spare time, Dr. Paull is an athelete.  She is a half marathoner, triathlete, stand up paddler,  cross country skiier,does snowshoeing and other outdoor sports.  You can find her outdoors most days after work.  She also supports many charities, including SCAT, SPCA, and the Lung Association.

Whether it is chiropractic or massage therapy, or both, that you seek, Dr. Paull and the therapists can provide the excellent care that you are searching for.