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Elizabeth Bart, M.S., BCTMB, LMT, MET, Nutritionist, USAT Coach

Started Practice: September 2005

Practice Philosophy:
I believe that the integration of medicine, nutrition, physical activity, and massage therapy are the basis of patient well-being. Each discipline plays an active role in the prevention and stability of the mind, body, and spirit of an individual. My goal is to assist clients with creating a personal well-being plan so that they can reach their potential. I strive to create an environment that is professional, educational, and healing.

Clinical Interest:
Coaching beginner and top age group runners and triathletes, provide a safe, affordable, and fun environment for youth and junior multisport athletes (see the Fifth Element, Inc.), assisting with natural health and holistic nutrition plans, take an integrative Massage Therapy and Therapeutic Bodywork approach to sports therapy, behavior and mental health, and oncology and neurology. Specialized techniques include Cranial Sacral, Precision Neuromuscular Therapy, Lymphatic Massage, and Cancer, AIDS, and Post Mastectomy.

• Cardinal Stritch University, M.S., Computer Science and Education
• University of Wisconsin – Stout, B.S., Industrial – Engineering Technologies: Technical Sales & Service, Technical Communication, Business Administration

Continuing Education
• Marquette University: Biochemistry for Healthcare Providers
• MATC: Medical Terminology
• UW-Milwaukee: Anatomy & Physiology I, Microbiology
• Blue Sky School of Professional Massage Therapy and Therapeutic Bodywork: Medical Track

• Metabolic Efficiency Training Specialist
• Nutri-Dyn, Metagenics – Healthcare Provider,
• Nutritionist
• National Board Certificated Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork
• USA Triathlon Level I Certified Coach
• USA Triathlon Youth and Junior Certified Coach
• USA Track and Field Certified Coach
• Wisconsin Licensed and Registered Massage Therapy and Therapeutic Bodywork
• Utah Licensed and Registered Massage Therapist

• Ironman Triathlon 140.6, Volunteer and Athlete
• Half Ironman, 70.3, Volunteer and Athlete
• Race Director, Epilepsy Foundation 5k run and walk
• Speaker, Circle of Well Being and Medically Speaking Series, PHCMA
• TriWisconsin, Board Member and member
• Half Marathons and local charity fun runs

• ABMP-Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals
• NCBTMB – National Certified Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork
• Badgerland Striders, Wisconsin Running Club
• Compassion International
• TriWisconsin, Wisconsin Triathlon Club
• USAT – USA Triathlon Organization
• WAC – Wisconsin Athletic Club

Personal Enjoyment:

Family, bible study, 70.3 and 140.6 triathlons, Wounded Warrior Project, Pepsi Throwback and Five Guy french-fries.