Natalie Talboo-Dillon, PA-C
Natalie Talboo, PA-C, is a lead advanced practice provider at University Hospitals in the Orthopedic Surgery Department and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Natalie specializes in orthopedic trauma and evaluates any injury affecting the musculoskeletal system, including the bones, muscles, tendons, joints and ligaments. She develops individualized treatment plans based on a patient’s lifestyle and goals.
Natalie also specializes in caring for people with arthritis of the hip and knee and is committed to providing individualized care to alleviate pain and improve function, and offers conservative treatments including physical therapy, anti-inflammatory medications, injections, bracing and weight loss.
Natalie obtained her undergraduate degree at Wittenberg University and her graduate degree in Health Sciences at Wright State University. Her physician assistant training was completed at Cuyahoga Community College and she obtained her graduate degree in Physician Assistant Studies at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Outside of work, Natalie enjoys spending time with her family, including attending her children’s sporting events. She enjoys weightlifting at the gym and boating on Lake Erie. Natalie is a Regional Director for the Ohio Association of Physician Assistants. She also dedicates her time as a preceptor for physician assistant students for several PA programs in Ohio.
- Orthopaedic Trauma
- Orthopedic Surgery
Certifications & Memberships
- Physician Assistant - National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
Professional Education | Physician Assistant
Physician Assistant - University Of Nebraska Medical Center (2007)
Professional Education | Physician Assistant - Surgical
Physician Assistant - Surgical - Cuyahoga Community College (1999)
Wright State University (1992)
Wittenberg University (1988)
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As of December 31, 2016, Natalie Talboo-Dillon did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.