Elizabeth takes a global approach and desires to be involved in the full continuum of care for her patients. She believes it is important to spend time formulating the most optimal plan of care for each individual patient. Elizabeth has experience in all realms of orthopedic physical therapy practice and has a special interest in working with adolescent athletes and patients with chronic pain. She is trained in Functional Dry Needling, joint mobilizations, kinesiotaping and other manual therapy techniques. She has also received specialized training for nervous system regulation, which helps patients with chronic pain re-establish proper brain/body circuitry. One of the many reasons Elizabeth chose the field of PT is because physical therapists have the ability to help keep people moving so they can live their best lives.
Elizabeth is originally from Westminster, CO but is familiar with the San Luis Valley as she has visited her closest friend from college several times over the years and also completed a 6 week clinical rotation in the area while in PT school. She enjoys the small town feel! Outside of work, she loves spending time with her husband, two daughters and their Labrador retriever, Myssie. She enjoys traveling to see family and friends and loves the ocean. She is big into Peloton workouts and loves the Colorado Avalanche!
University of Colorado
Colorado State University
- Practicing DPT since 2012
- Orthopedic Physical Therapy
- Functional Dry Needling
- Join Mobilizations
- Specialized training for nervous system regulation