Dr. Laura Elizabeth Timmons ’14 Receives 2022 Roaring10 Award
Elizabeth Timmons of Greenville graduated from Clemson in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences and a minor in psychology. She then earned a doctorate in physical therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina in 2017.
She is the lead physical therapist at the Meyer Center for Special Children in Greenville, which provides critical educational and therapeutic services to children with special needs. She also works part-time as a physical therapist at both Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System’s main campus in Spartanburg and Prisma Health’s Patewood Medical Center in Greenville.
She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), the South Carolina chapter of the APTA, and is an APTA-credentialed clinical instructor. She is also a member of the International Association of HealthCare Professionals.
Timmons is an active member of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Greenville, where she has been a youth leader for 3.5 years, a facilitator of a small group of young women and an involved member of Women of Westminster. She is also a South Carolina licensed foster parent through Thornwell Children’s Home.
Elizabeth is a former member of both the Clemson Young Alumni Council and the Greenville chapter of young alumni. She serves as a mentor through the TigerLink online network, has presented to the pre-physical therapy club a couple of times and met with individual students interested in the field of physical therapy.