Liz is an avid adventurer and athlete.
If it is active and outdoors, she is likely a fan or has taken part at some point in her life.
Liz has personal experience with a wide array of sports and active recreational pursuits including: playing soccer (member of the University of WI women's soccer team), tennis, basketball, and softball in her youth. She bikes (mountain, road, and commuting), swims, runs - and has even competed in marathon and triathlon events. For over a decade she has rock climbed (trad, sport, top rope, & bouldered all across North America). Paddling, skateboarding, hiking, backpacking, snowboarding and cross country skiing are also things she enjoys. Like a proper Angeleno, she has learned how to incorporate yoga as well and has recently been taking on arm balances and inversions.
Liz utilizes her diverse athletic experience to help her clients at Artisan Physical Therapy thrive.
She enjoys spending time with her musical and creative husband, their dog, traveling, philanthropic work, and pursuing her photographic interests of travel, event, and portrait photography.
PT, DPT, FAAOMPT
Liz is a people person - passionate about healing and life!
Her desire for non-hurried, one-on-one time with patients spurred her to start her own physical therapy practice in the fall of 2014. With Artisan Physical Therapy, she can provide focused, quality care, give full answers to patient questions, and gain better understanding of each patient’s individual needs, thus putting clients in optimal control of their health, while expediting the healing process.
Her approach to PT is collaborative with her clients taking an active role. She likes to say that she she is succeeding when she "works herself out of a job," as her patients become increasingly knowledgeable about their bodies over time. Because injury prevention is important to her, she recommends regular physical therapy check-ups to correct imbalances before problems even arise. She values the opportunity to be your PT and go-to for your sports, posture, & musculoskeletal questions as well as aches and pains.
She is fortunate to teach and mentor the next generation of physical therapists in the doctor of physical therapy program at the University of Southern California (USC).
Western University of Health Sciences - Doctor of Physical Therapy