Dr. Erin Denil is a chiropractor, Reiki Master, Certified Personal Trainer, and most recently certified as an Emotional Release Sound Therapy (ERST) Practitioner. Her mission is to help clients and patients discover their inner healing power, while using techniques that help facilitate innate healing capabilities. There is no better feeling then watching people heal and see them become rejuvenated about life again.
Being a chiropractor describes one aspect of Dr. Denil’s life. There are many facets in the mind-body-spirit realm that are of interest to her and she loves being a life-long learner. How life relates to energy is one area of intrigue and constant study. Everything is made up of energy and how energy can be influenced for a positive, loving, and joyful experience as well as watching dis-ease patterns return to health is the driving force for Dr. Denil.
Dr. Erin Denil likes to stay active and enjoys physical activity like resistance training, Zumba Yoga, kayaking, water skiing, walking, etc. Other hobbies include: meditation, reading, painting, and numerous art projects. When not adjusting patients, Dr. Denil can be found at the gym, spending time outside, or enjoying the company of friends and family. She has two wonderful children that she adores.
Being a chiropractor is more than just getting people out of pain, it is about helping the body function better. When we function better as an individual, we have happier, healthier families, communities, countries and then the world. Dr. Erin Denil loves what she does, and she wants to do more of it by helping as many patients as possible. Your referrals are her greatest compliment.
Some things patients have to say about Dr. Erin:
- “She has magic hands”
- “Every session is a little bit different”
- “Dr. Erin takes her time with me, I don’t feel rushed”
- “Dr. Erin just “knows” what areas on my body to work on”
- “Dr. Erin cares about her patients and has compassion for them”
At Rejuvenate Life Chiropractic, we focus on the extremities. Shoulders, elbows, wrists, hands, hips, knees, ankles and feet are all considered extremities.
Posted by Rejuvenate Life Chiropractic on Tuesday, October 22, 2019