Attending Clinician, Salvation Army Clinics
Assistant Professor, Clinical Sciences
Instructor, Massage Therapy
Dr. Erin Quinlan received her bachelor degree in kinesiology from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. Following completion of her undergraduate education, Dr. Quinlan attended National University of Health Sciences and received her doctor of chiropractic degree in 2009, graduating as valedictorian of her class. It was during this time that Dr. Quinlan discovered her interest in chiropractic radiology. Upon graduation, Dr. Quinlan began the three year diagnostic imaging residency at NUHS, which she completed in 2013. During this time, she also taught in the radiology department and the student clinic on a weekly basis.
In 2013, Dr. Quinlan received her diplomate from the American Board of Chiropractic Radiology. She currently practices part-time for her private radiology consultation company. Additionally, Dr. Quinlan completed her master of science degree in diagnostic imaging at NUHS in 2013, graduating summa cum laude.
Dr. Quinlan continues to teach as adjunct faculty for the massage therapy programs at NUHS. Currently, Dr. Quinlan is also the attending clinician at the NUHS clinic serving a Salvation Army facility in Chicago, IL. She enjoys contributing to her interns clinical experience as well as working with an underserved population.
She is certified in Cox flexion-distraction technique, and has completed cervical and lumbar McKenzie technique courses. In her free time, Dr. Quinlan enjoys running and staying active as well as traveling as much as possible.