Erin McNeely

Erin completed her Physical and Health Education degree at the University of Toronto while competing as a varsity basketball player. As a natural leader, she was elevated to captain of the esteemed University of Toronto Basketball team for her final two years of eligibility and achieved OUA bronze taking her team to the CIS National Championships. Her draw to sport therapy began with her close involvement with injury management, concussion care and injury prevention programs that were developed by the university’s Sports Medicine program. Erin brings to The SportLab years of experience in sport therapy working with high performance athletes and weekend warriors alike. She holds a variety of post-graduate sport specific credentials including yoga, functional movement, strength and conditioning, concussion management and neurofunctional acupuncture. She obtained her RMT certification over half a decade ago and is currently completing her osteopathic practitioner education. 

Her drive to share knowledge and teach led her to academia where she has acted as an instructor in anatomy, musculoskeletal systems, clinical assessment and sport therapy. 


BPHE – Physical and Health Education (University of Toronto)
RMT – Registered Massage Therapist (Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy)
CSCS – National Strength and Conditioning Association


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