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
Jessica Dennison, PT, DPT, Certified Trigger Point Dry Needling Clinical Coordinator
Jessica Dennison, PT, DPT, received her B.S. in Biology at Erskine College in Due West, SC where she decided to pursue a career in physical therapy. She received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in May 2013 from East Carolina University. Since graduation, Jessica has worked in the outpatient orthopedic setting rehabilitating the general population. A more recent focus of hers’ has been treatment of myofascial pain utilizing manual therapeutic techniques, dry needling, and instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization. Jessica received her Trigger Point Dry Needling Certification in October 2015. She also has a keen interest in rehabilitating injured and post-operative shoulders. In the fall of 2015 she presented to sports medicine MDs, general practitioners, orthopedic surgeons, athletic trainers and physical therapists on the Rehabilitation of the Athlete’s Shoulder. Jessica has continued education in dry needling, rehabilitation of the athlete, and manual therapeutic techniques. Outside of work, Jessica loves spending time with her husband, Luke, and their dog, Riley. Her other passions include running, hiking and hitting up local Asheville spots with family and friends.
Eric States, MPT, CLT-LANA
Certified Lymphedema Therapist
Eric States, MPT, CLT-LANA received his Masters in Physical therapy from Andrews University and has been in practice since 2001 working in multiple types of therapy settings ranging from outpatient clinic, inpatient, and home health. He has enjoyed working with a wide range of patients and finds his favorite setting to be the outpatient clinic working with general orthopedics as well as sports injuries and lymphedema clients. Eric has specialized in wound care and Lymphedema therapy. In 2003 Eric returned to his Alma Mater and began his Lymphedema training at Andrew’s University being trained by both Hans Pritschow, MLD/CDT certified instructor from Waldrich Germany as well as Horst Weissleder, MD Professor of Radiology University of Freiburg Germany. He received a certificate for Manual Lymphatic Drainage – complete Decongestive Therapy Vodder Method and became a certified Lymphedema therapist through the Lymphology Association of North America (LANA) in 2005 to current. Eric enjoys the natural approach to helping patients regain their health and function and is excited to teach patients ways in which to benefit their situation through strengthening, stretching, hands on techniques, or helping them regain control of the swollen areas of their body known as lymphedema Eric and his wife along with their 4 children ( 2 boys and 2 girls ) have enjoyed Western North Carolina and have been in the area since 2011 where they moved from Washington State near Olympia Washington.
Karen Winch, PTA
Physical Therapy Assistant
Karen Winch, PTA has 21 years experience as a PTA working in various areas within the hospital including Joint Camp, acute care, short term rehab and outpatient rehab. The majority of Karen’s time had been in outpatient rehab as an Aquatic Therapist. She treats patients from pediatrics through to older adulthood with varying health issues including CP, muscular dystrophy, Parkinson’s Disease, strokes, chronic pain, soft tissue problems and a myriad of orthopedic injuries and surgeries. Karen is certified in Back Hab and is a Ai Chi and Aqua Stretch Practitioner. She is passionate about returning people to the best that they can be!
Ashleigh Zalabak, PTA
Physical Therapy Assistant
Ashleigh Zalabak, PTA is a 2009 graduate of the Central Piedmont Community College Physical Therapy Assistant Program. Since then she has mostly worked in orthopedic outpatient clinics. Her passion is sports medicine and joint replacement rehabilitation along with an interest in aquatic therapy. Ashleigh grew up in Hendersonville NC. She and her husband enjoy hiking, traveling, and active outdoor activities.
Chloe Aguilar, PT
Chloe Aguilar, PT – with over 20 years experience, Chloe has the expertise to help patients meet their goals and expectations. She has a B.S. Physical Therapy, M.A. Psychology and Counseling and Physical therapy certification in NDT and LSVT BIG.
David Gerrer, PT, COMT
David Gerrer, PT, COMT received his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy with a minor in biology at Damen College, Amherst, NY in 1996. He is certified in manual orthopedic therapy as a COMT through Maitland Austrailian Physiotherapy Seminars. The M-A Concept of assessment and treatment is recognized worldwide as an efficient, safe and gentle way to alleviate pain, restore movement, and maximize function in orthopedic patients. David has extensive experience with outpatient adult and pediatric orthopedic and sports post-surgical and non-surgical patients serving WNC for over 23 years. He enjoys helping treat all types of orthopedic and sports related problems involving neck, back, sacroiliac joint pain, shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, ankle and foot problems. Outside of work, David enjoys mountain and road biking, DIY projects, and spending time with his family and friends.
Amy Geddes, OTR/L, CLT, CBIS
Amy Geddes, OTR/L, CLT, CBIS, has been an occupational therapist since completing her degree from East Carolina University in 2001. She has worked in a variety of settings including acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, home health, mental health, and outpatient rehabilitation. She received her lymphedema certification in 2005 from the Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy and assisted in opening a clinic in the Northern Virginia area. She moved to Hendersonville in 2007 and began working in Greenville SC at a stroke and brain injury clinic. She obtained her Certified Brain Injury Specialty from the American Brain Injury Association in 2009. She continued to pursue her passion of working with those with neurological issues by receiving advance training in visual and cognitive disorders and obtaining an advance certification of the Neuro-Integrative Functional Rehabilitation and Habilitation Approach (Neuro-IFRAH) developed by Waleed Al-Oboudi in 2013, Amy returned to working in lymphedema in 2015 and uses the Complete Decongestive Therapy Vodder Method. Today, she is lucky to be able to continue to help adults with both lymphedema and neurological conditions improve their quality of life and return to their activities of daily living. Amy and her husband have 2 daughters and enjoy traveling and spending time watching them complete in athletics.
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.
Tyler Arrington, PTA
Physical Therapy Assistant
Tyler Arrington, PTA is a native of Henderson County NC. He has been a full time practicing Physical Therapist Assistant for 9 years since graduating from Southwestern Community College in May of 2010. Tyler has many areas of interest with focuses in orthopedic/balance/neurologic conditions. He holds PWR! Certification (Parkinson’s Wellness Recovery) and performs the BIG of LSVT Big and Loud training. He also enjoys working with sports injuries/amputations. He works with you to achieve your goals of regaining independence in your life. He has been married to his lovely wife, Stephanie for nearly 9 years. Together they have a son, Parker who is 5 years old, and are expecting their daughter in November of 2019. When he is not at work, Tyler enjoys all varieties of sports and fishing.
Sean McAlarney, PTA
Physical Therapy Assistant
Sean McAlarney, PTA was Born and raised near Scranton Pennsylvania and graduated HS in 2006. Upon graduating High school, Sean was co-owner of a masonry business for 5 years and was also an assistant head coach for North Pocono High school soccer. He also competed in amateur kickboxing and was assistant head trainer for 5 years at Northeast Karate and Kickboxing. Sean then Enlisted in the United States Army in 2011 and was stationed at Fort Bragg for 5 year where he attained his parachutist badge as well as the rank of Sergeant prior to his honorable discharge in 2016. He then Graduated from South University in High Point earning his Associates in Science in Physical Therapy Assistant, in Dec of 2018. Sean moved to Western NC because of the beauty and active lifestyle in and around this area. He enjoys all outdoor activities, including hiking, camping, being on the river, in the mountains, and on the beach. Sean has devoted the rest of his life to helping people get back to their normal daily living, prior level of function, and helping with their overall well-being in the most holistic approach possible.
Alex Dickason, PT
Alex Dickason has been interested in Physical Therapy for many years due to her own injuries requiring rehabilitation. Alex graduated from West Virginia University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in May 2019. During Physical Therapy school she participated in a specialty rotation in concussion management. Currently Alex’s special interests are in orthopedics as well as concussion and vestibular management. She enjoys visiting national parks, traveling, and hiking in her free time.
Megan Tiboni, PT, DPT
Megan Tiboni, PT, DPT received her doctorate of physical therapy from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA in 2010. She has worked in multiple types of settings ranging from acute care, inpatient rehab and outpatient. She received her neurological clinical specialist certification in 2015 and her certificate in NDT. Megan enjoys helping her clients reach their goals for therapy.
Jason Morgan, PT
Jason Morgan, PT has been practicing physical therapy in Henderson County since 1995; a graduate of University of Central Florida in Orlando. He resides locally with his wife and 3 children. Jason enjoys participating in any activity that involves 2 wheels, bicycle or motorcycle.
Sieara Bishop, PT, DPT, CSCS
Sieara Bishop, PT, DPT, CSCS is a native of Henderson County. She attended her undergraduate schooling at Furman University where she played Division I collegiate softball. In 2019, Sieara earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She also became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Sieara enjoys treating a variety of orthopedic and sports related conditions. She is most passionate about helping youth athletes and weekend warriors return to a high level of competition. Outside of work, Sieara loves exploring the beautiful mountains with her fiancé and their pup. She also enjoys a variety of sports and outdoor activities like slow-pitch softball, golf, and fishing.
Lisa Lister, PT, DPT
Lisa Lister, PT, DPT has 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. She also specializes in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy (read more about Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy at this link.) Lisa enjoys traveling, hiking, being with her husband, and watching her two teenage boys play soccer and participate in after school activities.
Cameron Overstreet, PT, DPT
Cameron Overstreet, PT, DPT graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill earning her B.A in Exercise and Sport Science where she pole vaulted on the Division I Track and Field team. She then attended Western Carolina University earning her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She currently enjoys working with patients with orthopedic and sports related injuries, headache/concussion and balance impairments. Her focus is to motivate and educate her patients about their condition and how to best manage their rehabilitation process with confidence. Cameron is originally from Richmond, VA but enjoys living in the mountains. In her free time, she enjoys rock climbing, running and hiking with her dog, Pisgah.
Dana Moulton, OTL, CHT
Occupational Therapist and Certified Hand Therapist
Dana earned her bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Tennessee State University in 1995 and has practiced almost exclusively in out patient Orthopedics for 25 years. Her interest and emphasis has been rooted in hand therapy throughout her career. She earned her Certified Hand Therapist credential in 2001 and has expanded her skills to include upper extremity manual therapy. She is skilled in custom splinting, treatment of cumulative and traumatic injuries, and has a special interest in treating the osteoarthritic hand.
Kevin C. Lawrence, PTA
Physical Therapy Assistant
Kevin C. Lawrence, PTA, graduated from Southwestern Community College in Sylva North Carolina in 2006 with his PTA degree. Kevin has worked in outpatient rehabilitation/ in patient PRN for 13 years and works with all types of orthopedic pts /core conditioning and and many other aspects related to PT improving quality in clients of all ages. In his free time he enjoys playing music in a family band and enjoys sports of all kinds.
Trevor Jackson, PT
Trevor Jackson, PT graduated from the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at the University of Florida in April 2020. Shortly after, he moved to the area from Tampa, Florida with his girlfriend, Liz, and their pug, Weezy. Trevor chose to be a Physical Therapist because he likes to help people return to activities that are important to them, and give them the tools for success going forward. He enjoys working with all types of patients; his favorites being geriatric, gait and balance, and athletes of all ages. In his free time Trevor enjoys playing the drum set and watching live music. He also enjoys hiking, biking, and watching sports. Soccer and hockey are his favorites.
Lydia Rallo, PT, DPT
Lydia Rallo, PT, DPT, earned her Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2012. She then completed the Doctor of Physical Therapy program from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2017. Lydia first started practicing at an outpatient orthopedic clinic in Wisconsin and later moved to Asheville, where she has been practicing with Southeastern Physical Therapy. Lydia specializes in outpatient orthopedics, including post-operative rehabilitation and sports injuries. She has a special interest in weight lifting and martial arts. She has participated in power-lifting and various martial arts, including tae kwon do, brazilian jiu-jitsu, and muay thai kickboxing.
Loretta Wawrzyniak MS, PT, ATC
Loretta Wawrzyniak MS, PT, ATC is a Physical Therapist/Athletic Trainer with 30+ years experience in Orthopedics and Sports Medicine and has worked with athletes at the high school, professional and college levels. Loretta graduated from University of Pittsburgh in Physical Therapy and did her graduate work in Health Services Administration at University of Central Florida. She has additional training in Manual therapy and Orthotic/Footwear prescription. Loretta is active in her Professional Association and has held many positions at the Chapter level. She considers herself blessed that she is in a profession that she loves for the past 34 years and enjoys everyday interacting with, and seeing the progress in her patients.