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Erin completed her Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta. Prior to that, she received a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences at the University of Calgary. Erin has also completed various post-graduate courses to further her skillset, including functional dry needling, Mulligan techniques, and McKenzie techniques. Her inspiration to become a physiotherapist came from her own experiences of having to rehabilitate varying sporting injuries.
Erin focuses on a hands-on approach, using a combination of manual therapy, dry needling, home and clinic exercises, and modalities to build individualized treatment plans designed to meet client’s goals. She also puts a high priority on client education, ensuring that every client understands what their injury or dysfunction is, and the role of physiotherapy in the rehabilitation process. Her caseload typically consists of a combination of sporting injuries, repetitive strain injuries, postural dysfunctions, whiplash/MVAs, and WCB injuries.
Outside of the clinic, Erin maintains an active lifestyle. She spent her high school years wrestling and playing rugby. She has since stopped participating in contact sports, but instead, she can often be found climbing walls indoors at her local bouldering/climbing wall, snowboarding in the mountains, or outdoors enjoying nature’s scenery.