BSc(Occupational Therapy)

Erin Hunter graduated from Curtin University in 1994 and has been practising in the area of soft tissue rehabilitation since then. She has extensive experience with holistic health and various musculoskeletal conditions.

Erin has done two years additional study in the field of myopractic which is a new method of myofascial release that utilizes a cross-fibre technique to release and retrain muscle fibres. Myopractic is quickly gaining recognition as one of the most effective soft tissue techniques being taught in Australia today.

Erin has worked with many sporting teams and was the practitioner for a state league baseball club for many years. She has worked with a range of athletes such as international dancers, state netball players, national baseball pitchers and currently with state, national and world champion kick-boxers from internationally renowned Riddler's Gym.

Erin is the past president of the Soft Tissue Interest Group – representing professionals in this area and organizing professional development for practitioners in this field. She guest lectures to students at Curtin University and Edith Cowan University and runs education sessions to students on this area of occupational therapy. Erin also has wide-ranging knowledge and experience in the area of workplace ergonomics and uses this information to educate clients on how to reduce aggravating factors in the workplace.