Elizabeth Busch, MPT

Physical Therapist
Myofascial Release Therapist
Certified Yoga Teacher

Elizabeth is a graduate of Loma Linda University in Southern California where she received her Masters in Physical Therapy with a Bachelor in Health Science. Raised in Central Florida, she calls the Orlando area home and has been practicing Physical Therapy here since 2000.

Through high school and college Elizabeth participated in various sports. As an athlete she developed a keen interest in the function and performance of the human body. Combined with her compassionate nature and strong desire of helping others, Elizabeth was lead to a career in Physical Therapy. Since then she has specialized in Orthopedics, Sports Medicine, Chronic Pain, Manual Therapy and Pelvic Health.

Elizabeth, like many of her patients, also experienced chronic pain. By her late 20’s Elizabeth’s neck and low back pain significantly worsened and it began to interfere with her ability to work, exercise and perform daily activities. Her pain levels fluctuated on a daily basis from sometimes manageable to nearly debilitating. She treated her pain using the traditional therapies she knew at the time but with minimal success. Disappointed and frustrated in not finding resolution to her pain and dysfunction, Elizabeth set out to find what was missing in her care.

In late 2004, Elizabeth attended her first Myofascial Release Seminar by John Barnes, PT. It was then that both her personal life and career experienced a transformation and she found the missing link to her healthcare and healing. Since then Elizabeth has received extensive education and training in the Myofascial Release Approach. In 2008 she left traditional medicine to open her private practice specializing in Myofascial Release Therapy.

Elizabeth earned her 200-hour Hatha Yoga Teacher Certification through the Yoga Teacher Training of Central Florida in Spring 2010. She is now a certified yoga teacher and incorporates her skills and knowledge of Yoga in combination with Physical Therapy and Myofascial Release to create a comprehensive approach to treating patients.

Elizabeth operates her private practice with the help of her husband Mark Busch, the CFO of the company and their Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Ellie, who travels to work with her each day and is known as the office greeter and therapy dog.

Elizabeth is grateful and committed to sharing this work with others. She encourages and teaches patients to be proactive and take responsibility for their own health and well-being. Elizabeth is passionate to serve and work in her community by providing exceptional individualized care, education and hope to her patients.