Teresa Keffer is a physical therapist with 20+ years of orthopedic experience. She is also a group fitness instructor, and RYT-200 hour yoga instructor with a core desire to promote safe, effective, efficient, and sustainable movement practices. She first graduated from Auburn University with an undergraduate degree in exercise science, continued on to receive a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 1995 and, more recently, completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy from A.T. Still University. She serves as adjunct faculty at Belmont’s School of Physical Therapy as well as teaches group fitness classes.
Teresa Keffer, PT, DPT was introduced to the ELDOA method several years ago after experiencing a spine injury that required surgical repair. ELDOA became an important part of her own recovery process. Recognizing the benefits of ELDOA and how it could help patients manage spine issues led her to pursue an ELDOA Level 1-3 certification. As a physical therapist, she knows ELDOA will help clients improve posture, prevent injury, promote healing, and relieve pain.