Erin Wilson is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and has been practicing for over 15 years. She has extensive orthopedic experience coupled with an expertise and advanced training in treating pelvic health disorders for both men and women. Additional special interests include research and treatment for spine therapy including scoliosis and osteoporosis. Erin enjoys the challenge of working with all types of pain, including chronic pain, addressing the myriad of issues that can present with these patients. She has been published in Kentuckiana Health Fitness and enjoys community outreach programs where she continues to promote research and education. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, the Kentucky Physical Therapy Association, and the International Pelvic Pain Society. As a manual therapist Erin is trained in a number of advanced techniques including trigger point dry needling. Manual therapy coupled with body retraining techniques are the foundation of Erin’s work.
Erin began to have an interest in the field of physical therapy at young age when her involvement in sports developed. As a high school and college soccer player she wanted to help her teammates work through their injuries. “One of the most rewarding things in life is when I can offer advice, do a technique or provide care that can help people in a meaningful way.”
As a mother of four children ages 2 to 12, most of her free time is spent with them and her husband and her dog. When she can snatch a moment for herself she enjoys Pilates and Barre classes as well as reading scripture. One of her passions is reading and researching new developments in physical therapy to find ways to help her patients achieve wellness.