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Erin Martyn - Physiotherapist

Erin completed her Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics from the

University of Guelph in 2007 before moving on to her Masters of

Physical Therapy from the University of Western Ontario. While at

Western, Erin developed a keen interest in supporting both the

physical and mental outlook of her clients across different fields,

including rehabilitation from spinal cord injury, orthopaedics, acute

care in the ICU and working with children with various developmental

and physical disabilities.

Following graduation, Erin has continued to develop her skills in various aspects of physiotherapy. She has completed levels 1-3 of the CPA Orthopaedic Division program, along with many other manual therapy courses to support her hands on approach to treatment. Erin has also completed several non-internal pelvic floor courses and plans to continue further training in the complex relationship between the pelvis and thorax.  She is particularly interested in assessing and treating the body as a whole, and recognizing movement patterns or restrictions which may be contributing to longer term issues.

Erin has completed training in acupuncture from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute 
and is a Certified Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (CGIMS) practitioner, completing training through the University of British Columbia. This certification allows her to use a dry needling technique to release persistent neuropathic tissue tension and joint compression, leading to proper muscle activation and control.  She plans to continue further training in acupuncture to include electroacupuncture.

Over her 13 years of experience in the Guelph and Centre Wellington areas, Erin’s practice has evolved to include more of a neurocentric approach to physical rehabilitation. With this style of assessment and treatment, she aims to understand the body from the perspective of the central nervous system, and how both physical, mental and emotional events can change how a clients brain will let their body move. 


As somebody who knows first hand the restrictions that come from sensory processing dysfunctions and the difficulties that come with being neurodivergent, she works hard to encourage clients to find balance between their work, home and family life.  She aims to support them with stress management techniques, give clients education regarding how our nervous system controls our bodies, and perhaps most importantly, aims to provide a safe and compassionate space in all physiotherapy sessions.

Outside of work, Erin can usually be found playing with her two young kids, husband and dog. She finds peace being out in nature, in a forest or by the lake. She enjoys making crochet blankets, journaling and painting.

Continuing Education Courses

Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Level 1 - 2010
Diploma of Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy
      Level 1 - April 2010
      Level 2 Lower Fall 2012
      Level 2 Upper Spring 2013
      Level 3 Lower Spring 2014
      Level 3 Upper Fall 2014
BSN Medical Neuro-proprioceptive Taping - November 2011
APTEI Sacro-iliac Joint and the Pelvis Complex Part 1 and 2 Feb 2012
APTEI The Foot and Ankle Complex - Feb 2012
Jim Bilotta Soft Tissue Release Workshop - July 2012
Mulligan Concept Lower Dec 2013
Mulligan Concept Upper June 2015
EPA Grand Shoulder Rounds - May 2014
Lyn Watson Shoulder Course Level 1 - Spring 2015
Lyn Watson Shoulder Course Level 2 - Spring 2016
Connect Therapy Series - The Pelvis and Hip - May 2018
Non-Internal Introductory Pelvic Health Course - Spring 2020
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Distressing Physical Symptoms - Sept 2020
Reframe Rehab - Pelvic Health Considerations for Non-Internal Therapists - Dec 2020
University of British Columbia - Gunn IMS Certification - Spring 2021

The Thorax and Pelvis; Intro to the Integrated Systems Model - Fall 2022

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