Manager of Therapies
Prisma Heath- Roger C Peace Rehabilitation Hospital
Greenville, South Carolina
Elizabeth DuBose received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2008, from the Medical University of South Carolina, along with an M.S. in Rehabilitation Science, Physical Therapy. She is certified in the Neuro-IFRAH approach by Waleed Al-Oboudi, a Certified Brain Injury Specialist, and has an Advanced Gait certification in the Neuro-IFRAH approach. Elizabeth is currently the Manager of Therapies at Prisma Health-Roger C Peace Rehabilitation Hospital and the Greenville Memorial Hospital Sub-Acute unit both in Greenville, SC and North Greenville Long Term Acute Care Hospital in Travelers Rest, SC. She is active and involved in the stroke program at Greenville Memorial Hospital, which is a Comprehensive Stroke Center certified by the Joint Commission and sits on the Greenville Memorial stroke advisory team. She has held numerous clinical positions, in outpatient and inpatient settings, with specializations and emphasis on neurorehabilitation. Elizabeth has been instrumental in helping Roger C Peace receive five CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accreditations for Spinal Cord Injury, Brain Injury, Stroke, Amputee, and Comprehensive Rehabilitation. She is on the Board of Directors, and past Board Chair, of the Brain Injury Association of South Carolina (BIASC) and a member of the South Carolina Brain Injury Leadership Council. She also is a member of Anderson University’s Physical Therapy School Program Advisory Council, and she sits on the Regulatory and Legislative Committee of the American Medical Rehabilitation Providers Association. Elizabeth is the Co-Inventor of a Lower Limb Stretching device, and PI of the South Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Research Foundation grant: “Lower Limb (Ankle) Stretching via the Vittori Device” for a clinical trial of the Lower Limb Stretching Device, a Moterum Technologies Pipeline Product. She is on the scientific advisory board for Moterum Technologies.