Elizabeth completed her undergraduate studies at Saint Joseph’s University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Interdisciplinary Health Sciences and a double minor in Biology and Health Care Ethics. In 2008, she earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University. Elizabeth is a licensed Physical Therapist in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Elizabeth started her career working in pediatrics at Overbrook School for the Blind in Philadelphia. She then moved to Cleveland, OH and worked in the outpatient department at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation where she specialized in pelvic floor dysfunction and neurological impairments. She attended an intensive training course with the Herman & Wallace Institute to further her pelvic health knowledge. Elizabeth has since worked in a variety of settings, including skilled nursing, assisted living, and inpatient rehabilitation at the Atlantic Rehab Institute. Elizabeth has always had a passion for women’s health and pelvic floor awareness and has completed multiple continuing education courses focusing in this area of pelvic health physical therapy.
In her free time, Elizabeth enjoys adventures with her husband and two young daughters, traveling, live music, reading, hiking, running, practicing yoga and painting. She enjoys giving back to her community and is the co-chair of the community service/volunteer section of the Somerset Hills Mom’s Club.
“I started seeing Elizabeth when I was about 6.5 months pregnant for horrible pubic symphysis dysfunction and stress incontinence. I could hardly walk and was unable to be a functional mother to my 2 year old. I fully expected my symptoms to worsen as the pregnancy progressed and I continued to gain weight, due to the increased pelvic pressure. I sought pelvic PT hoping that I would be able to limit how much worse things would get. Never did I imagine that I would make it to the end of my pregnancy AND experience a full recovery! I’m currently 39 weeks and have none of the symptoms I had when I started treatment.
Not only is Elizabeth extremely knowledgeable and professional, she is incredibly personable, which makes it so much easier to undergo this sensitive type of therapy. She’s an absolutely pleasure to work with and I cannot recommend her enough!”