Elizabeth Swift

Elizabeth Swift, PT, DPT:

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Liz began her collegiate career at Iona College in New York and graduated with a BS in Biology in 2005, where she also played Division I softball.  She then graduated from Emory University in 2010 in the doctorate of physical therapy program.  While at Emory, she received the Johnnie Morgan Award for Excellence in Clinical Science. Liz has specialized in sports and orthopedic related injuries since her graduation and enjoys getting athletes “back to their game”.  She emphasizes a hands on approach to her treatment as well as manual therapy and exercise prescription to get you back to your sport.  Outside of work she plays tennis, soccer, runs, plays golf with her husband Richard and loves walking her dog Scarlett.  Liz was published in the 2012 Stroke Research and Treatment Journal for her contribution in “Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT): Current Perspectives and Future Directions”.   “The best part of life is not just surviving but thriving with passion and compassion, and humor and style, and generosity and kindness.” -Maya Angelou