Elijah Bishop attended Pepperdine University, receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Medicine with a minor in Nutritional Sciences. After obtaining a certification in massage therapy, Elijah decided to further his education and obtained a Master of Physical Therapy degree from Mount Saint Mary’s College.
In 2003, Elijah relocated to the Coachella Valley where he formed a partnership with another physical therapist and opened an outpatient physical therapy clinic in Rancho Mirage.
After carefully analyzing his history, experience and strengths, Elijah realized that his vision of the ultimate physical therapy clinic had evolved. Therefore, in 2006, Elijah became the founder of Elite Physical Therapy and Wellness located in La Quinta, CA.
Currently, Elijah maintains his position as regional director at all Elite Physical Therapy & Wellness locations as well as Coachella Valley CrossFit. Currently he is the only Orthopedic Certified Specialist in the Coachella Valley that also holds Level 1 certificates in both CrossFit and Fascial Stretch Therapy.”
Aaron Miller is a graduate of San Jose state University. Since 1994 he has been working as an Occupational Therapist full time. Of those 27 years of experience 25 of them have been in the specialty care and rehabilitation of hand therapy. Aaron received his CHT (certified hand therapist) certification in 2000. He has worked for private practice, owned his own clinic, and recently was the Outpatient Director for the well known Casa Colina Rehabilitation Hospital in southern California. All of these locations have been as a CHT in the specialty of hand therapy departments. Aaron and his wife relocated to the desert this year and look forward to bringing his expertise in hand therapy to help with the building of the specialty hand program at All Star/Elite PT clinics. Aaron particularly enjoys fabricating custom splints, care for post operative patients of all ages and working closely with physicians to develop post surgical protocols that will allow all of their patients to reach their maximum potential in the recovery process. Aaron and his wife have three children of college age. In his free time he enjoys playing golf, fixing and fabricating golf clubs, hiking, basketball and participating with his wife, friends and family in outdoor activities and bbq's.