Specialties at Specific Locations

Acute & Chronic Back & Neck Pain

Locations: Biltmore; Fletcher

Advanced Manual Techniques

Locations: Waynesville

Amputations, Orthotics, Footwear

Locations: Fletcher; Hendersonville; Weaverville

Aquatic Therapy

Locations: Fletcher; Hendersonville

Balance Dysfunction & Training

Locations: Biltmore; Black Mountain; Fairview; Waynesville

Biodex Balance Machine

Locations: Fletcher; Hendersonville

BPPV (Vertigo)

Locations: Fairview

Certified Clinical Specialist in Sports (SCS)

Locations: Weaverville

Cervicogenic Headaches / Dizziness

Locations: Weaverville

Chronic Pain Management

Locations: Fletcher; Waynesville

Concussion Treatment

Locations: Fairview; Fletcher; Hendersonville

CranioSacral Therapy (CST)

Locations: Fletcher

Cupping

Locations: South Asheville; Weaverville

Disorders & Injuries of the Spine

Locations: Black Mountain

Dry Needle 1 & 2

Locations: Fletcher; Hendersonville; South Asheville; Weaverville

Fascial Movement Taping

Locations: Fletcher; Weaverville

Fibromyalgia Management

Locations: Fletcher

Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE)

Locations: Biltmore

Gait Analysis / Instability; Running Evaluation

Locations: Black Mountain; Fletcher; Hendersonville; South Asheville

Hand Specialist / Hand Therapy

Locations: Fletcher; Hendersonville; Weaverville

Headaches & Migraines

Locations: Fletcher

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)

Locations: Fletcher; Waynesville; Weaverville

Kinesiotaping

Locations: Black Mountain; Waynesville; Weaverville

Long Term, Acute & Orthopedic Care

Locations: Fletcher

Lower Back Pain Management

Locations: Canton; Enka-Candler; Fairview; Weaverville

Lymphedema

Locations: Hendersonville

Myofascial Release & Balance

Locations: Fletcher

Neuro

Locations: Hendersonville

Neuro dx (CVA, Guillain-Barre Syndrome; MS; ALS; Parkinson’s, TBI)

Locations: Weaverville

Occupational Therapy

Locations: Fletcher; Hendersonville; Weaverville

Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS)

Locations: Weaverville

Orthopedic Injury Rehabilitation

Locations: Waynesville

Orthotics

Locations: Waynesville

Osteopathic Manual Therapy

Locations: Weaverville

Pediatric Orthopedics

Locations: Fletcher

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

Locations: Hendersonville

Performing Arts Rehabilitation

Locations: South Asheville

Positional Vertigo

Locations: Biltmore

Post-Op Wound Management

Locations: Weaverville

Posture / Scoliosis / Osteoporosis

Locations: Hendersonville

Rock-Climbing Injuries

Locations: Fletcher

Soft-Tissue Mobilization (Graston)

Locations: Biltmore

Spinal Cord Injuries

Locations: Weaverville

Splints

Locations: Fletcher; Hendersonville; Weaverville

STAR Program

Locations: Hendersonville; Weaverville

Strength & Conditioning Specialist Certification (CSCS)

Locations: South Asheville; Weaverville

Stroke-High Functioning

Locations: Fletcher; Hendersonville; Weaverville

Temporomandibular Disorders / Orofacial Pain

Locations: Weaverville

TMJ Issues

Locations: Biltmore

Upper Extremity Orthotics

Locations: Weaverville

Vestibular Issues

Locations: Biltmore; Fletcher; Hendersonville

Work Rehabilitation

Locations: Fletcher


In addition to offering Several Types of Therapy, you can find out more about specialties by following this link for Specialties at Specific Locations, as well as this link to view a list of our Certifications.

You can also see a list of Diagnosis and Treatments. Our First Visit Page offers information on time frame, attire and what to bring with you.

If you have a question you cannot find, check out our FAQ section or Contact Us for more information.

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy:

Treatment of the pelvic floor is a specialized aspect of physical therapy. There is a wide range of issues that can arise from weakness or tightness in the muscles of the pelvic floor or around the organs inside the pelvis such as urinary and bowel frequency, urgency, problems with incontinence, pelvic and low back pain in both males and females.

Problems or diagnoses commonly referred to physical therapy include, but not limited to, the following:

Urinary problems, such as:

  • Urinary incontinence
  • Urinary frequency
  • Urinary urgency
  • Painful urination
  • Difficulty stopping or starting urinating
  • Difficulty fully emptying the bladder

Bowel problems:

  • Fecal incontinence
  • Straining or experiencing pain during bowel movements

Unexplained pain:

  • Pelvic pain
  • Pain in the genital area

Patients typically attend in-office appointments 2-3 times per week for a duration of 12 weeks. Treatment requires manual therapy to external muscles/tissues of the pelvis, lumbosacral spine, coccyx, surgical scars, and other surrounding tissue. This type of therapy can be uncomfortable for some patients.

Therapy also consists of pelvic floor and core muscle strengthening, stretching, relaxation exercises, and manual self-treatment techniques. Patient and therapist create patient specific goals that drive treatment sessions and plan of care, which may include keeping a daily log of all liquids taken, foods eaten, urine/bowel released, whether voluntary or involuntary and difficulty with home exercise programs.

Currently, all manual therapy is performed externally, and if the patient does not show progress or needs internal work, they will be referred to a pelvic health specialist.