The Team

Dr. Duane Pochylko, ChiropractorDr. Duane Pochylko, D.C.


Dr. Pochylko (Po-hill-ko), or as most often referred to as Dr. P, was raise on a Charolais cattle ranch near Stettler Alberta. He first saw a chiropractor at age seven, he had missed 120 days of school that year due to stomach aches. The medical specialists reported that “it was in his head." The Chiropractor examined him and a few spinal adjustments later the stomach pains stopped. He continued receiving Chiropractic treatments for various sports and farm injuries.

The economic downturn of the mid eighties, falling cattle prices and high interest rates found Dr P looking for something new. Chiropractic picked him! He embarked on eight years of study and graduated from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1994. He moved directly to Saskatoon and became a partner at the clinic immediately.

Dr P is passionate about Chiropractic and often states that he “has never worked a day since graduating.” He loves to teach patients how their condition relates to the brain body connection and how physical, chemical and emotional stress affect our health. He has studied many different Chiropractic techniques and the specific needs of each patient determines how he applies his art of the adjustment.

Dr P has a wonderful wife Bernie with boys Drew and Chase. When out of the clinic he loves downhill skiing, hiking, biking, spending time at their farm west of Saskatoon where his love of the land continues with a family garden and organic farm.



Dr. Michael Hornick, ChiropractorDr. Michael Hornick, D.C.




Dr. Michael Hornick has been a member of the Sutherland Chiropractic Health Care Clinic team since September 1995. He has thoroughly enjoyed his 20 years helping the Saskatoon community achieve better health and looks forward to 20 more. He feels very fortunate that he can still honestly say that he loves his job after all this time. His academic credentials include an Honours Genetics degree from the University of Western Ontario in 1990, a Diploma in Acupuncture from Sri Lanka’s World Health Organization recognized Acupuncture College in 1992, Clinical Honors degree from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1994, and recently a Diplomat in Chiropractic Pediatrics from the University of Wales. He married Dr. Stacey Lynn Hornick (nee Kramer) who is also an excellent chiropractor and the two of them have brought Benjamin and Max into the world. Dr. Mike has studied a large number of chiropractic techniques and has settled on providing four primary techniques in his chiropractic practice. Neuro Impusle Protocol (NIP), Torque Release Technique (TRT), Diversified and CranioSacral Technique (CST). In his acupuncture practice he helps his patients achieve better health through treating Western diagnosis with Eastern acupuncture philosophy and care. When not with his family or at the clinic helping his patients you may find him on the golf course.



Dr. Nicole Arnold, ChiropractorDr. Nicole Arnold, D.C.




A native daughter of Saskatchewan, Dr. Nicole has always loved people and finds tremendous joy in serving others to helping them live a more complete and full life. Her fascination with the human body and mind lead her to the University of Saskatchewan to study anatomy. After graduation she was introduced introduced to the natural healing power of chiropractic while working here at Sutherland as a massage therapist. A small amount of encouragement from Dr.’s Pochylko and Hornick was all she needed to travel and complete her Doctor of Chiropractic at Northwestern College of Chiropractic in Minnesota. Dr. Nicole values education and continues to study and learn. As a result she has traveled the world to study with many great healers both in and out of her beloved chiropractic profession. She is trained in NeuroImpulse Protocol, Diversified Manual Adjusting, and CranioSacral Therapy which allows her to serve each person she treats as an individual and give them exactly what they need to function and heal at their highest capacity. Dr. Nicole finds great joy in serving the health needs of people within her practice, her immediate and global communities. She has traveled internationally to serve the less fortunate. Dr. Nicole is married and has two amazing children. She enjoys all things in the outdoors including gardening, biking and hiking. She looks forward to being of service to you and your family in helping you achieve and maintain your most optimal level of health.




Dr. Tori Crowter,Dr. Tori Crowter,

Doctor of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture

Dr. Tori Crowter’s humble nature and genuine caring personality shines through instantly. She is committed to helping people experience and enjoy better health. She loves her work and it shows. Dr. Crowter has been practicing since 2005. She studied Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine in Victoria, BC after completing her undergrad in Biology and Biochemistry in her home province of Saskatchewan. She specializes fertility, women’s health, and wellness. Dr. Crowter’s greatest joy is spending time with her family and reports one of her greatest fulfillments in life to being a Mom. To keep herself balanced and happy she enjoys yoga, running and eating really yummy food.


Colin Wist,Colin Wist Physiotherapist

Physiotherapist

Colin grew up in Saskatoon and attended the University of Saskatchewan where he trained and competed with the Wrestling team. He completed his undergrad degrees in Kinesiology and subsequently Education with an emphasis on Physical Education. He eventually went on to complete the University of Saskatchewan’s Master of Physiotherapy Program. Since graduating in 2011 he has worked in the field of Orthopaedics in a private practice setting. He continues to advance his skills through advanced course work in Orthopaedic and Manual therapy, and has taken courses on core stability and movement system impairments from Stuart McGill and Shirley Sahrmann. Recently he has completed course work on running injuries of the foot, and myofascial release. His past work experiences have given him a good understanding of work place demands. This has been an asset as a Physiotherapist as working with people who have work place injuries is common. His full resume would include time spent working in the construction industry, janitorial work, retail, food processing plants, and even corrections. In physiotherapy there are different approaches. Every patient is unique and finding the right combination of treatment approaches and techniques can make the difference. Colin will work with you to understand the problem and draw on manual therapy techniques and exercises to help with your recovery.