Christine Dixon

Osteopathic Manual Therapist, BKin, DOMP

Christine grew up in Regina, Saskatchewan and after completing her first 3 years of post-secondary at the University of Regina, she transferred to Mount Royal College in Calgary to complete her Bachelor Degree in Kinesiology with an Advanced Athletic Therapy Certificate. She enjoyed the atmosphere and challenge of working with athletes and completed her certification with the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association and still maintains this membership.

Christine wanted to pursue further education and pursued the Osteopathic Manual Practitioner program through the Canadian School of Osteopathy, Manual Practice in Vancouver. This is where she found her passion. She views the body as a whole, much like a puzzle, and loves helping people piece it back together when they aren’t feeling 100%.

When Christine is not working she enjoys staying active with her young family. Christine is married to a teacher (an outdoor enthusiast at heart) and is the proud mom to 4 sons (older brother, and triplets). Her clinical interests include working on foot, ankle, and lower body dysfunction. But her true passion is working with fertility, prenatal, and post-partum patients.