Southeastern leads the way in occupational and physical therapy including treating injuries to the upper and lower body, Carpel Tunnel Syndrome, Lymphedema / Post Oncological care, neurological and vestibular issues, running and sport injuries, Pre & Post surgical rehabilitation, Orthopedics and Orofacial / TMJ disorders. We have the experience and expertise to do the best job and get the results you deserve. We look forward to working with you.
Our Hendersonville location is located at 212B Thompson Street, Hendersonville NC 28792. We are located between Subway and Lon Sen Chinese Restaurant. Our Physical Therapy Clinic serves Hendersonville, Naples, Edneyville, Mills River, East Flat Rock and the surrounding areas.
Our Hendersonville location provides Physical Therapy through Pardee Hospital. It is an outpatient hospital based facility when billing insurance.
To schedule an appointment please call (828) 698-6774 or Fax (828) 698-4580
Kelley Eisenhower, PTA
Physical Therapy Assistant
Kelley Eisenhower, PTA has worked for Southeastern Physical Therapy for over 12 years. She was the President of her class and currently on the board of South College. Her clinical rotations included Duke University Hospital in which she was offered a position post graduation and turned down for the love of the mountains. She specializes in Aquatic and Land based therapy and prides herself on a personal approach to Physical Therapy, keeping the patient’s goals and well being in mind with every step. She treats a full range of orthopedic conditions, surgeries and injuries both on land and water. A former Junior Olympic volleyball player and multi sport athlete, Kelley continues an active lifestyle with running, kickboxing, yoga, trail running, biking and triathlons. Along with treating the body, she focuses on her patient’s overall health and is an advocate for them when needed.
Lisa Lister, PT, DPT
Lisa Lister, PT, DPT with 20 years experience. Lisa graduated with her B.S. in Physical Therapy and Health Service Administration, from the University of Central Florida in 1999. Lisa decided to get her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2016, from the College of St. Scholastica. Lisa loves to work with a variety of patient populations and diagnoses ranging from the medically complex, chronic pain, fibromyalgia, neurological and vestibular issues, and general musculoskeletal weakness. Her real passion is using her expertise in Myofascial Release and having a holistic approach to wellness to help patients meet their goals and expectations. Lisa enjoys traveling, hiking, being with her husband, and watching her two teenage boys play soccer and participate in after school activities.