Erin joined NDORMS in January 2016. She is part of the Physiotherapy Research Unit led by Karen Barker. She is currently involved with several studies in the department, including PROVE (Physiotherapy Rehabilitation for Vertebral Fracture), KAPPA (Knee Arthroplasty Patients Predicted versus Actual Recovery), and the Walk30X5 Study.
Recently from the United States, Erin obtained her Bachelor of Science in Psychobiology (2008) from the University of California Los Angeles, and later received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree (2013) from Mount St. Mary’s University in Los Angeles. Her primary clinical focus is on musculoskeletal rehabilitation. She is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and still holds her license to practice physical therapy in the United States. Erin continues to practice physiotherapy and teach Pilates in a private clinic.