Dr. Elizabeth Bondi grew up in Park Ridge, IL where she attended Maine South High School. She graduated from DePauw University, where she was a member of the tennis and basketball teams. In 2007, she won a NCAA Singles National Championship in tennis and was a member of the NCAA National Championship basketball team.
After graduation, she played on the ITF tennis pro circuit and worked as a tennis pro and basketball instructor. She earned a Masters of Science in Biomedical Sciences with a certificate in Healthcare Administration and Management from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science. She received a Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine from Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in 2015, where she was recognized as a Swanson Scholar. Thereafter, she completed her residency at the Yale Foot and Ankle Surgical Residency Program, serving as chief resident during her final year. During her time at Yale, she completed the Bako Podiatric Dermatology Mini Fellowship in Georgia. She has also presented research at the Society for Tennis Medicine and Science World Congress Meeting.
Dr. Bondi has a passion for sports medicine. Her treatment philosophy focuses on preventative medicine, biomechanics, and nutrition. Her experience and knowledge of various sports provides her with a keen understanding and appreciation of for the dynamics and movements required for athletes to minimize their injury risks and return to their sport. She understands that every patient is unique and creates an individualized, evidence-based, treatment plan for each patient based on his or her goals and activities
Dr. Bondi currently lives in the Northern suburbs. She enjoys staying active by playing tennis, paddle tennis, skiing, running and cycling. She has and continues to participate in marathons and Ironman triathlons. Her hobbies include reading and traveling.