About Dr. Erin
Dr. Erin’s mission is to detect and correct subluxations in families to optimize their expression of
life. She knows that when your brain and body are connected you’re going to express
the most amount of life that you possibly can.
She envisions the whole South Lake Tahoe community living their best lives, clear from nervous
system interference. She wants this kind of health for the person driving in the other lane on
Highway 50, her children's teachers, her neighbors and friends, and the community caregivers
from fireman, policeman and nurses.
Dr. Erin’s own life was transformed by chiropractic care. As a college student years ago, she
attended a health talk by Dr. Stew Bittman. After moving to Tahoe from the East Coast, she
suffered from chronic headaches and allergies; after being adjusted, those issues quickly
improved! She caught the chiropractic fire, and almost 20 years later, that fire is burning brighter
than ever. She graduated from Life University in 2012.
When she’s not sharing chiropractic with people at the office or at the lake with her twins, Dr.
Erin’s favorite activity is running. She loves to be out early enough to watch the sunrise, running
both distance and trails.
Dr. Erin and her husband love raising their family in the close-knit South Lake Tahoe community.
She was drawn to the community’s passion for vibrant health and nature, and inspired by how
parents in South Lake Tahoe want to raise their children to be the healthiest they can be.
About Dr. EMMA
Dr. Emma is passionate about helping people to live at 100% of their capacity. That means
optimizing your nervous system through chiropractic! When you’re operating at only 50% of your
power, you can’t fully engage in all your relationships or enjoy all the fantastic activities that
As a professional rugby player growing up, Dr. Emma saw the benefits of chiropractic both
personally in her life and as she worked in a chiropractic office. After her undergrad in New
Brunswick, Canada she attended Life West University, in California, graduating in 2020. After
interning in South Lake Tahoe, she fell in love with the active outdoor life of this community.
You’ll often find Dr. Emma hiking, biking and paddle boarding, playing with her border collie
Millie and eating Thai food.