Erin Hallett, PT, DPT, NCS
Erin has her B.S. in Rehabilitation Sciences at University of Pittsburgh and Doctorate in Physical Therapy from MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston. Erin worked for 3 years at Spaulding Rehab Hospital in Boston with patients following various neurological injuries. Erin currently works at UCSF Medical Center on the Neuro service. During her time at UCSF, she pursued her Neuro Clinical Specialty. In addition to being passionate about Neuro rehab, Erin is passionate about providing affordable access to high quality health care services.
Arash Bayatmakou, MBA
Following his undergraduate studies, Arash used his knowledge of five languages to work in dozens of countries throughout four continents. He completed an MBA focusing on social enterprise and entrepreneurship from the University of San Francisco, co-founded Streets of San Francisco Bike Tours and worked for two cleantech startups. He suffered a traumatic cervical spinal cord injury in 2012 and was given a dire prognosis for recovery. Since then, he has worked tirelessly to defy the odds and achieve his ultimate goal of getting back on his feet through relentless rehab and exercise. During that time, he has been invited to do various motivational speaking events, is writing a book about his recovery, and is constantly finding new ways to challenge himself.
Rachel Kahn, CSCS, PMA-CPT
Rachel Kahn received a B.S. degree from UC Davis in Exercise Biology in 2012. After graduation, Rachel worked as a physical therapy aide both locally and abroad. In 2013, she traveled to South America to work with pediatric clients suffering from neurological and physical conditions where she discovered her passion in the neurological field of therapy. She continued her education and has obtained a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Certification (CSCS) and is a certified pilates instructor (PMA-CPT). Rachel primarily uses Pilates to help her clients re-establish the mind-body connection, re-train their nervous system, and reach their movement goals.