Following a short stint studying and working in the wine industry both locally and abroad, Erin obtained a degree in Osteopathy. This has allowed her to pursue a career focussed on a topic she has always been fascinated by – the important relationship between the structure and function of the body and how to help the human body mend.
As a primary healthcare practitioner, Erin is able to combine conventional care with manual therapy. Osteopathy is based on the idea that optimal functioning of the musculoskeletal system is essential to health. Recognising this important relationship, Osteopaths take a holistic view looking at how the skeleton, muscles, nerves, connective tissue, circulation and internal organs are all connected and impact upon each other while carefully considering your life history.
Aside from her favourite people and her dog, Erin believes life would be meaningless without good wine and good coffee. She is motivated, friendly, enjoys going to art-house movies and barracking at the footy. Her dream job would be a rally car driver so look out for her as she drifts around corners and throws her car over jumps between wineries!
- Bachelor Applied Science (Wine Science), Deakin University and Charles Stuart University
- Bachelor Applied Science (Complementary Medicine), RMIT University
- Master of Osteopathy, Research focus: Osteopathic Effects on Primary Dysmenorrhoea
- Sports Trainer level 1
- Pilates Instructor Level 1-3 – DMA (Dance Medicine Australia)
- NLP Master Practitioner
- AHPRA (Allied Health Practitioners Registration Association)
- SMA (Sports Medicine Australia)
- OA (Osteopathy Australia)
- ISPAH (International Society for Physical Activity and Health)
- CEPA (Council of Environment and Physical Activity)
- BML(Barwon Medicare Local)