Elouise Busby, DPT
Dr. Elouise Busby is the mother of a GPS graduate (Class of ’12), a mother-in-law of a GPS alumna (Class of '08), and mother of two McCallie alumni (Classes of ’07 and ’14). Originally born in Nassau, Bahamas, she received her bachelor's degree in physical therapy from Florida A&M University and later went on to receive a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Dr. Busby has amassed a wealth of knowledge and experience throughout her notable, 32-year career, serves as a prominent authority in acute and long-term neuro and geriatric rehabilitation (primarily stroke survivors), and holds certifications in geriatric treatment and neuro-developmental treatment. She currently serves as the Rehabilitation Director for Ascension Living Alexian PACE in Chattanooga and also as a board member on Chattanooga State Community College's Physical Therapist Assistant Advisory Board. During her leisure time away from patient treatment and board obligations, she enjoys reading, hiking and, most of all, spending time with her granddaughter, a middle-schooler at GPS.