Erin is originally from Easley, South Carolina. She graduated from Furman University for her bachelors of science degree in 2012. After sustaining many injuries from running cross country and track at Furman, she decided to pursue a career in physical therapy to help others the way she was helped during those injuries. She earned her doctorate of physical therapy from University of North Florida in 2016. She began working at Mission Hospital in Asheville, North Carolina in the cardiac ICU and cardiac step-down units for three years before transitioning into the pediatric physical therapy setting in Asheville and Hendersonville, North Carolina.
She has a variety of experiences in pediatric while providing outpatient, daycare, charter school, adult daycare and long-term care facility for developmentally-challenged residents and home health physical therapy services from ages birth to 18 years of age. She is a certified clinical instructor and American Red Cross Basic Life Support certified. She is currently studying for the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist exam as well as the American Physical Therapy Association Pediatric Clinical Specialist exam. She has completed continuing education in pediatric NDT handling techniques, torticollis and plagiocephaly, biomechanics analysis in runners, pediatric firearm injuries, aquatic therapy for children with cerebral palsy, creative dance for children with cerebral palsy, playground environment for children with cerebral palsy, and prenatal fitness.
In her time outside of work, she enjoys running, hiking, oil painting, cooking, playing piano and spending time with her husband and two black Labrador retrievers.