Dr. Erin A. White
B.Sc. (H.K.), D.C.
Dr. Erin A. White has practiced in Sarnia since August, 1996. He is presently the owner and operator of Motus Chiropractic & Rehabilitation Centre (formerly known as Hare Chiropractic) and has been running a successful business for over 20 years.
Dr. White is heavily involved in the community with many sports/athletic teams, and volunteers with many groups/clubs such as Sarnia-Lambton Sport Council and Community Active Living Lambton, Sarnia Jr. Lady Sting, just to name a few. Dr. White also volunteers at many tournaments/events throughout the year and presents talks/clinics/seminars to various community groups/clubs/schools. Publications that Dr. White regularly contributes to include Sarniasports.com and The Sarnia Observer.
Dr. White leads an active lifestyle. He currently plays in the Sarnia Men's Industrial Soccer League. He ran in the 2015 Detroit Marathon, the 2016 Chicago Marathon, and the 2017 Toronto Goodlife Marathon. He played travel soccer and hockey in Mooretown, Corunna and Sarnia since he was 5 years old and played varsity soccer at the University of Guelph, and hockey and soccer at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Dr. White also participated in track and field, and cross country running.
Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)
Blair graduated from the Lambton College Massage Therapy program in 2007 and is registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (2007).
• First responder first aid, CPR, Defib.
Chiropractic Health Assistant (CHA)
Martha grew up in Marthaville and moved to Sarnia when she was 12. She graduated from Sarnia Central Collegiate in 1977.
She was working at Walker Bros. Limited as a receptionist when Dr. Gary Hare offered her a position as a Chiropractic Health Assistant (CHA).
She began working as a CHA in March 1992 and received a Chiropractic Assistant Diploma from the Parker Chiropractic Resources Foundation in 1993. Dr. Erin White purchased the practice when Dr. Hare retired in October 1999.
She has been married for several years to Tim. Together they have a son, Justin, and a dog Zack who follows her everywhere.
In her spare time she likes to go for long walks and spend time with family and friends. When time permits, she likes to work on home renovations (i.e. construction, painting, repairing and working in the garden). Most of all, she enjoys her work – greeting and meeting patients as they come and go to receive treatments that make a difference.