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Elizabeth Forst is a Doctor of Physical Therapy educated and trained at Regis University in Denver, Colorado. Working as an orthopedic travel physical therapist, she obtained licenses in New York, Hawaii, Louisiana and California. Elizabeth focused her work primarily in California practicing at San Francisco General Hospital, University of California San Francisco and Los Angeles County Hospital\USC within the public health sector in impoverished communities; many of which had zero access to health insurance. With this experience, she is well versed in the difficulties and limitations of current health care issues. Her educational interests are based in behavioral neuroscience, orthopedic manual – based therapies and spinal cord research.

Paralyzed in a pool diving accident in August 2014, Elizabeth is rehabilitating at Craig Hospital in Denver and connected within the Denver Metro outpatient spinal cord community. Prior to her spinal cord injury, she was an avid international traveler with recent interests in Southeast Asia augmenting her physical therapy license learning Eastern – based healing techniques. During the summer of 2014, she obtained her 200-hour yoga and craniosacral foundation licenses in Bali, Indonesia.

Elizabeth has competed in six triathlons through Team in Training and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, maintains an advanced scuba diving certification, and is a lover of all professional sports. She is connected within the international yoga community and is continually fascinated with the integration of Western and Eastern philosophies of healing.

Updates (10)

July 3, 2017

I just returned from my second diving trip with disability – with Craig hospital’s therapeutic recreation department and the assistance of A 1 scuba in Littleton Colorado. I performed nine dives in five days in Cayman Brock, a small island off the coast of the Grand Cayman’s in the Caribbean. The weather was perfect, the diving was impeccable, the support of my dive buddies and crew were awesome and a journey across the country/world was totally worth it. It took 25 hours to get home to Denver Colorado and I had to do 15 physical transfers and I cannot help to think that none of this would be possible without my family Tracy and Stephanie, my caregiver Debbie and my helpful lifters on the plane – you know who you are! Here are a couple Fun videos thus far of the trip… Enjoy and thank you again for all of your support, none of this would be possible without my friends, my family, friends of friends, friends of my family, etc. thank you thank you thank you!

May 6, 2017

Most recent video of my first keynote speaker engagement for the Chanda plan big event gala in Denver Colorado on April 20, 2017

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December 21, 2017

EB, thinking of you at this spiritual and magical time of year and wishing you every good thing imaginable! Merry Christmas, much love.

Juanita Aurand

June 12, 2017

Sunshine Soul Sister, I am so proud of you and I love you for eternity!

Jenny Simmons

September 14, 2016

EB. - your positive attitude and energy are so inspiring to everyone around you. Maybe Tien will get back to snorkeling based on your beautifully successful experience with scuba!! Love Tien & Sandy

Tien & Sandy

December 9, 2015

Hi Elizabeth -- The news on your pages is good. The Reeves Foundation must be delighted to have you with all your skills and savvy. I'm sending you a ton of best wishes.

Duffy (Miriam LeGare)