Elizabeth Moberg-Wolff, MD completed a residency in Adult PM&R and a fellowship in Pediatric PM&R. She is triple board certified in both adult and pediatric "physiatry", as well as brain injury medicine.
She is the Chair of the Pediatric/Developmental Disabilities Council of the American Academy of PM&R, and serves as an active member of the American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine.
She has served as an oral board examiner and question writer for the American Board of PM&R, and has written book chapters for EMedicine, as well as several PM&R academic textbooks.
Dr. Moberg-Wolff established Spasticity/Baclofen Pump Management programs at two academic medical centers, serves on AAPMR's Spasticity Task Force, and travels nationally to train others in this area. As an Associate Professor, she established a PM&R fellowship training program.
Dr. Moberg-Wolff has been voted a Best Doctor by her peers since 2005. She communicates with all care providers to ensure good teamwork, and keeps abreast of new technologies to best serve her patients.
Dr. Moberg-Wolff has privileges at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee and Fox Valley, Theda Clark, Aurora Summit, and the Surgicenter of Greater Milwaukee.
Focusing on strengths, not weaknesses, is important when helping an individual gain independence and transition to adulthood. Dr. Moberg-Wolff is able to continue to follow children when they become adults, thereby providing continuity of care and ensuring that family needs are met.