Elissa Driban, PT, OCS

Elissa is originally from Philadelphia. She received her degree in Physical Therapy from Boston University. Elissa came to the Washington, DC area to finish her clinical affiliations at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Elissa has worked in various fields, including Home Health Care, Aquatic Therapy, Acute Care and Outpatient Sports Medicine. Elissa began her career at The George Washington University Hospital, and has worked most notably at The Georgetown University Medical Center, The Adventist HealthCare System and a large National Company with the focus on Outpatient Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine.

Over the years, Elissa has had the unique opportunity to work with the United States Olympic Committee testing for the physical fitness of the U.S. Kayak & Canoe Team. Elissa became certified as a Mat Pilates Instructor and is a Board Certified Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy by the American Physical Therapy Association. She is also certified to fabricate Custom Orthotics.

Elissa is a member of the Orthopedic Section and the Private Practice Section of the American Physical Therapy Association.

In 2004, Elissa opened her own practice with the goal of establishing a program of excellence. A facility that provides an outstanding environment that is bright, cheerful, well equipped, and supports clinicians who can deliver the best quality professional care and clinical skills to those in need.