Erin Hallett is a physical therapist who cares for patients with neurological disorders, working with them both in the hospital and in the clinic. She has more than a decade of experience.
Hallett has developed decision trees — flowchart-style tools for decision making — to assist newer physical therapists with the process of helping patients in the neurological intensive care unit return quickly and safely to physical mobility, a process that improves outcomes for these patients.
Hallett earned her doctor of physical therapy degree from MGH Institute of Health Professions. Passionate about spinal cord injury (SCI) rehabilitation, she is dedicated to helping patients return to their communities and daily lives after injury. She founded a nonprofit organization that helps people access community-based rehab, and she serves on the advisory board of another local nonprofit that provides resources for SCI patients.
An avid swimmer, Hallett enjoys swimming at San Francisco's Aquatic Park. She also enjoys travel, and in 2019, traveled to Tonga to swim with humpback whales.
MGH Institute of Health Professions, DPT, 2010