Erin is a doctor of physical therapy, a USA weightlifting coach, and an athlete. She competed at the collegiate level in cross country, indoor and outdoor track. Since completing her graduate education, she has continued to compete in 5k, 10k and 1/2 marathon road races, along with sprint triathlons. Erin also participates and competes in CrossFit – to which she qualified for the CrossFit quarterfinals for the past two years. Her consistent participation in a variety of sports has helped her to expand her appreciation and understanding of the varying demands of any athlete.
Erin’s background of training and competing at the collegiate and recreational level has helped her develop and understand the mindset of an athlete. Through a detailed orthopedic assessment, functional assessment and biomechanics analysis, Erin uses a variety of manual therapy techniques, in conjunction with neuromuscular re-education, functional integration, and individualized exercises to address the source of the injury and return patients to the activities they love to do.
Erin caters her numerous continuing education courses toward mastery of manual therapy techniques and assessment skills, along with specific treatment of athletes (primarily runners, CrossFitters, Olympic weightlifters, powerlifters, and triathletes) and other orthopedic related conditions. Erin is also highly skilled in her 2D and 3D assessment of the endurance runner, along with 2D assessment of Olympic weightlifting and powerlifting. She utilizes these skills to find the root of the underlying issue.