Welcome Elie Hsu, CSCS, SPT


Welcome to the A2 Family Elie Hsu!

After growing up in Bellingham, WA, Elie obtained her BS in Biology from the University of Washington.  Upon graduation, she moved to Nashville, TN to complete her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Belmont University.  Her love for physical therapy is rooted in her passion to help those around her get back to what they love to do, whatever that may be.  She hopes to help her patients overcome debilitations and become more active. Teaching individuals what they can do to improve their own lives both immediately and for years to come is also a goal of hers.  She loves the interpersonal aspect of physical therapy and cannot wait to broaden her experience, skills and knowledge at A2.  In her spare time she can be found hiking, running, working out and spending time with her family and friends.

"Clear, communicative staff that showed great motivation in helping me return to my return to my recreational work and athletic activities Danny is super knowledgeable and had a strong sense of intuition in helping me identify and overcome my limitations. I’ve made an excellent recovery from a critical injury thanks to A2 and am now back to my usual flow."

− Keyon

"My experience was great. Pain in my lower right quadrant of my back is virtually gone. This has improved my quality of life tremendously. Everyone I had contact with was very courteous and helpful. Special thanks to Alika and Danny for helping me learn exercises that have helped my back. Thank you."

− Ken

"Dan was great to work with, as was the whole staff at A2 PT. I have been through PT on my shoulders twice before with different places and by far this has been my best experience. As a fit person, who wanted to remain active during my recovery- I felt like my PT program covered that. Dan knew what my preferred activities were and tailored my treatment to be able to do those things. The treatment plan was more like a workout and I loved it. I felt like each week I was getting stronger. I also appreciated that I was asked for constant feedback about how I was feeling/doing. If I ever need PT again (fingers crossed I don’t) I’ll be back!"

− Tracey