Elizabeth graduated from Marquette University with a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology. She continued her education through the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association’s Manual Orthopedic Physical Therapy Professional Development Program focusing on improving her manual physical therapy skills and clinical reasoning. She enjoys learning and has continued her professional education through many orthopedic and manual based courses through the Institute of Physical Art and other respected continuing education programs.
In addition to treating patients, Elizabeth teaches in Marquette University’s Exercise Science and Physical Therapy programs, introducing undergraduate students to the world of Kinesiology and teaching and refining the skills of graduate students in Orthopedics.
Elizabeth believes strongly in one on one personalized care in order to allow for the best, most individualized treatment possible. She is a good listener and strong supporter of patient education which allows each person to have control of their own health and rehabilitation process. She believes that the combination of strong manual therapy treatment interventions with specific exercise prescription can provide great results for her patients. She is a strong proponent that treatment must be tailored to fit each patient’s individual lifestyle and goals. Elizabeth enjoys working with a variety of patients including all activity levels, abilities, and ages.