Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy helps people across the lifespan to do the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of daily activities (occupations). Occupational therapists help people of all ages to fully engage in their daily lives, from their work and recreation to activities of daily living like getting dressed, cooking, eating and driving.

Southeastern Physical Therapy’s Occupational Therapists employ individualized evaluations, during which the client and occupational therapist determine the person’s goals as well as customized interventions to improve the person’s ability to perform daily activities and reach their goals.


In addition to Occupational Therapy, we also offer Aquatic Therapy, Lymphedema Therapy, Certified Hand Therapy and we offer Fitness facilities at our Biltmore and Black Mountain Locations.

Our First Visit Page offers information on time frame, attire and what to bring with you.

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Weaverville Location:
59 Weaver Village Way
Weaverville, NC 28787
(behind ALDI)

Phone:
+ (828) 484-9415

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Gail Davis, OTL, CHT
Occupational Therapist and Certified Hand Therapist


Gail Davis, OTL, CHT
Occupational Therapist and Certified Hand Therapist

Gail graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 1994.  Her immediate goal was to become a Certified Hand Therapist and upon completing the required 5 years of experience in hand therapy she took the exam and became certified.  She was director of Hand Therapy in Houston Texas for the nations largest therapy organization specializing in workers compensation.  Gail is certified in the treatment of lymphedema and was an annual guest lecturer at the Texas Women’s University Hand Fellowship on edema (swelling) of the upper extremity. Upon returning home to the Carolinas she worked in out patient hand therapy until she retired.  When the retirement of several hand therapists caused a local shortage she came out of retirement to fill the need in Weaverville.