Erin Lenihan, PT, DPT

Erin’s passion for forming meaningful connections and desire to help people reach their health goals led her to the field of physical therapy. Erin received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Northwestern University, where she developed her patient centered, evidence informed approach to physical therapy care.

Erin also studied the intersection of gender identity and health and medicine as an undergraduate. She is dedicated to advocating for underserved populations to have access to equitable healthcare. Her experiences in this area aid her in the treatment of individuals with orthopedic injuries, to those with pelvic floor dysfunction. She is passionate about educating her patients and community on why movement, physical therapy, and pelvic health are important.

Education/Certifications:

  • Doctor of Physical Therapy, Northwestern University, 2020
  • Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology with Gender and Health Minor, University of Michigan, 2017
  • Coursework in pelvic floor rehabilitation through the American Physical Therapy Association’s Academy for Pelvic Health Physical Therapy
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Out of the office

Although a Chicago native, one of Erin’s favorite activities is exploring new neighborhoods and restaurants all around her hometown. Outside of the clinic she can be found running the riverfront trails, attending a spin class, or reading a book. Growing up, Erin spent a lot of time in Ireland with her family and has loved traveling ever since! She hopes to continue expanding her international travel experiences in the near future.