Elizabeth Kehoe, PT, MPT

ACADEMICS & CREDENTIALS

Elizabeth obtainer her Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Biology from Marquette University in 2001, she continued to study at Marquette University and also obtained her Master of Physical Therapy degree in 2003. Since graduating she has worked in Outpatient Orthopedics first in Alpena, Michigan (2 years) and in Chicago, Illinois (15 years), before moving to Madison in 2019. She joined Pro Physical Therapy in 2020. Elizabeth completed an 18 month Residency with Evidence in Motion in 2008/2009 and is also certified in Graston Technique and trained in Dry Needling. She has been a certified clinical instructor for students since 2006.

TREATMENT PHILOSOPHY

Elizabeth actively listens to her patients and works with them to develop a plan of care to meet their goals. She uses a multi system and movement-based screening approach to find the source/cause of a patient’s problem. She focuses on hands on manual treatments, modalities in combination with exercises to achieve goals.

EXPERTISE

Elizabeth has focused on the treatment of orthopedics and sports medicine conditions. She enjoys treating patients of all ages (children to seniors). She has taken many courses throughout her career focusing on concussion management and vestibular disorders, as well as many other orthopedic conditions. Treating the recreational weekend warrior through professional level athletes. During her time in Chicago, she was active in working with the performing arts community with dance/theater; covering Wicked while it toured in Chicago, along with other shows/companies. Being a mom of two Elizabeth understands the need for greater focus and care with regards to women’s health and has been active in being an advocate for this patient population and helping woman during and after the birth of their children.

PERSONALLY

Elizabeth moved to Madison with her husband and two children in 2019. Since being in Madison she has taken up bootcamp fitness. She also enjoys downhill skiing, hiking, and being outdoors most of the year. Elizabeth was a dancer from a young age through college. Post college she became more involved in running, completing races, from 5K to marathons. During her time in Chicago, she enjoyed providing medical coverage for 5K’s, triathlons, and marathon races.