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D&H Therapy Associates

a leader in Physical Therapy Services  For Over 30 Years


Liz brings over 10 yrs of broad clinical experience to D&H Therapy.  She started her clinical career in 2003 - graduating with high honors from the Community College of RI’s Occupational Assistant program. As a COTA, she worked in both long and short term skilled nursing facilities in addition to school based settings. With a desire to bring more advanced level of exercise programming to her patients, she continued her studies in the University of Rhode Island’s Kinesiology and Exercise science program. She graduated summa cum laude with her Bachelor’s degree in 2009 and then immediately began pursuit of her Doctorate in Physical Therapy.  Her clinical affiliations took her to the West Coast of Florida in a variety of settings including acute care hospitals and outpatient rehabilitation clinics.  She received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from University of Rhode Island in 2012.  Her clinical interests include manual therapy, aquatic therapy and alternative health practices such as Reiki, Craniosacral Therapy, Reflexology, The Alexander Technique, and The Trager Approach. She enjoys using her extensive knowledge in exercise prescription and manual therapy to deliver quality care to each patient.

Liz Johnson PT, DPT, COTA/L   Clinical Manager - Lincoln Center

Liz brings over 10 yrs of broad clinical experience to D&H Therapy.  She started her clinical career in 2003 - graduating with high honors from the Community College of RI’s Occupational Assistant program. As a COTA, she worked in both long and short term skilled nursing facilities in addition to school based settings. With a desire to bring more advanced level of exercise programming to her patients, she continued her studies in the University of Rhode Island’s Kinesiology and Exercise science program. She graduated summa cum laude with her Bachelor’s degree in 2009 and then immediately began pursuit of her Doctorate in Physical Therapy.  Her clinical affiliations took her to the West Coast of Florida in a variety of settings including acute care hospitals and outpatient rehabilitation clinics.  She received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from University of Rhode Island in 2012.  Her clinical interests include manual therapy, aquatic therapy and alternative health practices such as Reiki, Craniosacral Therapy, Reflexology, The Alexander Technique, and The Trager Approach. She enjoys using her extensive knowledge in exercise prescription and manual therapy to deliver quality care to each patient.