Liz Stelter, MS, PT received her Master of Science in physical therapy in 1992 from the University of Massachusetts. Living and working in San Diego since then, her specialties include manual orthopedic skills learned through continuing education as well as aquatic therapy, TMJ, and women’s health issues. She enjoys biking, swimming, running, visiting Hawaii, and spending time with her husband and two children.
Education and Training
University of Massachusetts MSPT 1992
University of Rhode Island BS 1998
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