Erin Grigsby has been a licensed physical therapist since graduating from Georgia State University in 1991.
Erin has practiced in a wide range of settings: She began her career in acute care working in ICU and wound care at Cobb General Hospital in Metro Atlanta. Next she practiced in sports medicine and rehabilitation working primarily with athletes before moving to manage a clinic in North Georgia with a specialty in worker’s compensation and ergonomic training with the carpet industry. After taking a few years off to raise a family, Erin returned to outpatient rehabilitation.
Erin has always been an avid athlete, playing soccer in high school and college until switching to tennis. She developed tennis elbow while playing recreational tennis and despite conventional treatment, she was not improving. Her tennis partner let her borrow a Bauerfeind EpiTrain elbow support. This product was so superior to any other product she had worn or seen that she searched for the company and knocked on Bauerfeind’s door stating, “I love your product so much that I want to work for you.” Erin has been the Bauerfeind physical therapist, medical consultant and medical education specialist with Bauerfeind USA now since 2010.