Joelle Nadeau received her Doctorate of Chiropractic from the University of Western States in 2019. Prior to that, she earned her Master's of Science researching neuropathic pain mechanisms and her PhD investigating electrical stimulation and acute intermittent hypoxia as treatments to enhance peripheral nerve regeneration at the University of Saskatchewan.
Joelle Nadeau's interests lie at the crossroads of chiropractic and neuroscience.
She volunteers at the SWITCH clinic providing care to the core communities in Saskatoon and serving as a mentor to students within a variety of medical professions.
She is staff to the department of Family Medicine, division of Chiropractic within the Saskatchewan Health Authority and has privileges in all of the hospitals in Saskatoon.
In addition to patient care, she is passionate about research and her numerous collaborations with colleagues. Should you be interested in research, please do not hesitate to ask her about past and current projects.