Best of Blue Ridge 2019

Congratulations Southeastern Physical Therapy and Pardee Rehab & Wellness for winning the 2019 Best of the Best Award for Physical Therapy!

Thank you providers and support staff for all your hard work!

Deck The Trees 2019

Last night, joined by their beautiful wives, Ryan Smith and Lucas Pitman from Southeastern Physical Therapy’s Black Mountain Location attended the Deck the Trees Gala at the Monte Vista Hotel in Black Mountain.

Along with other sponsors of the event, Southeastern Physical Therapy helped raise money for the Swannanoa Valley Christian Ministries Fuel Fund which provides heat for homes. 100% of the proceeds go to helping families in the area heat their homes during the winter. Just since October of this year, they have been able to help 100 families.

A very special thanks to Swannanoa Valley Christian Ministries and Merle Arcand, Ryan’s point person on setting up the sponsorship.

Everyone can continue to enjoy these beautiful trees at the Monte Vista Hotel until January 6th, 2020.

Happy Halloween 2019!

Here at Southeastern Physical Therapy we want to wish you all a Happy Halloween full of fun and, above all, safety!

#happyhalloween #spookyseason #southeasternphysicaltherapy

North Asheville is moving!

In November 2019 our North Asheville location is moving from 530 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville, NC 28804 (Across from Thai Kitchen) to 80 Charlotte Street, Asheville, NC 28801.

Our North Asheville location serves Downtown Asheville, East Asheville, Montford, Grove Park and Mountainbrook.

We bill all insurances in a clinical practice setting.

Southeastern specializes in the treatment and post-operative care of the Shoulder, Knee, Ankle, Elbow, Hip, Cervical Spine and Lumbar Spine.

To schedule an appointment please call (828) 785-1412 or Fax (828) 785-1413.

SEPT at Enka vs. North Buncombe Football Game at Enka High

🏈 Tonight is the Enka vs. North Buncombe Football Game at Enka High, and it’s Enka’s Homecoming! 🏈

Come join Southeastern Physical Therapy to celebrate and let our Katie Parham share some goodies with you! 💪

#football #highschoolfootball #enkahighschool #northbuncombe #goteam #southeasternphysicaltherapy

#phyiscaltherapy #fridaynight #fridaymotivation #goodies #gievaway #healthy #sports #fitness #avl #northcarolina #wnc #homecoming #freestuff #showsomelove #celebrate #physicalhealth

Chaz Jackson – PTA, Author, Motivational Speaker

Our very own Chaz Jackson isn’t just an excellent Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA), he’s also an author and motivational speaker.

Chaz, a former student-athlete of Western Carolina University, earned his dual Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Sales of Marketing and Entrepreneurship in 2010. He decided to return back to school and pursue his passion in 2015 by earning his Physical Therapy Assistant degree from South College of Asheville. Chaz has experience working as a travel/contract therapist assistant and has gained knowledge in long term, acute and orthopedic care. While he enjoys the opportunity aquatic therapy provides in improving quality of life and activity in patients of all ages; his passion is rehabilitation of athletes for return to sport. Other interests include spending time with his wife and daughters as well as contributing to the community as a youth speaker to promote successful and positive life change. He is an inspiring author and loves staying active indoors/outdoors by running and weightlifting.

Recently Chaz was featured in the Citizen Times and we’d like to share the article, as well as his personal website and applaud him for the good work he is doing for our community. Thank you, Chaz, for bringing your positivity everyday to your colleagues and your patients here at Southeastern.

Chaz Jackson’s personal website:

Citizen Times excerpt (full article here):

Chazeray “Chaz” Jackson knows how important it is for a child to have someone believe in them — and remind them that they can achieve greatness in life, no matter what their current circumstances are.

Growing up in rural Rutherford County, North Carolina, daily life was full of ups and downs, and Jackson struggled. Like many kids, he was bullied and picked on, which led to plenty of “red-flag” behaviors. But with some help and guidance along the way, he was able to stay true to the voice inside his head that reminded Jackson that he was worthy of greatness.

He went on to earn a football scholarship to Western Carolina University — and he graduated with dual degrees in 2010 — but Jackson struggled as a young adult to outrun the experiences of his youth. He experienced low confidence, self-esteem problems and substance abuse, and he eventually was incarcerated due to poor behavior and decision making.

Photo Credit: Melissa McElrath Photography

2019 Broadmoor Golf Tournament

Great turn out at our annual golf tournament for coaches, athletic directors and administrators from our local school systems in Buncombe County, Henderson County and surrounding areas! The course was in great shape, the weather cooperated and the atmosphere was incredible.

A special thanks to Southeastern Sports Medicine and Pardee for co-sponsoring the event and thank you Broadmoor Golf Links for hosting–great job! We’re looking forward to doing it again next year.