Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a disorder characterized by extreme fatigue or exhaustion. This fatigue does not go away with sleep and cannot always be explained by an underlying medical condition, though chronic fatigue has been linked to and metabolic syndrome.
Loma Linda University
Master's of Science, 2002
University of Utah
Ogden Clinic - Family Physician
Ogden, UT – 2003 to Present
Ascent Orthopedic Specialists
Loma Linda, CA – 2002 - 2003
Elisabeth Anderson worked as a certified athletic trainer in Northern California, as well as in Physical Therapy while living in Tucson, Arizona and Southern California. She also worked as a personal trainer and fitness instructor during her stay in Tucson. Ms. Anderson went on to get her Master of Physician Assistant degree at Loma Linda University; during her clinical rotations, she was awarded the spirit of LLU PA award for her achievements. Upon graduation, she was certified by the NCCPA and worked with Orthopedic Surgeons in private practice that specialized in joint replacement and sports medicine. During her time in Orthopedics, she was involved in the study of ceramic hip replacements and worked with the National and Olympic figure skating athletes. Ms. Anderson continues her training through Continuing Educational Courses offered in all areas of medicine.
Elisabeth Anderson was raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. Elisabeth appreciates the working relationship she has with Dr. Renee West and the other family physicians and urgent care doctors providers at Ogden Clinic. She enjoys working in Family Medicine where she can utilize her training and former experience to help the individual and the family. Elisabeth joined the Ogden Clinic in the Fall of 2003 as a family and urgent care provider after several years living out of state. She and her family are happy to be living in the Ogden Valley where they can enjoy the many outdoor activities available.
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