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 Turtle Creek location provides Physical Therapy through Pardee Hospital. It is an outpatient hospital based facility when billing insurance.
*Kore* Balance Testing, Cybex, Game Cube, Wii, and Graston® Technique methods are utilized.
We also work closely with Southeastern Sports Medicine in giving a complete orthopedic experience.
Including a daily walk-in injury clinic!
To schedule an appointment please call (828) 274-2188 or Fax (828) 274-7843
Amy Little, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant
Amy Little, PTA graduated from the South College of Florida in 2000 with her PTA degree. In 2006 she attained her pilates certification with peak pilates. Amy has worked in outpatient rehabilitation for 18 years and specializes in core conditioning and improving movement quality in clients of all ages. In her free time she enjoys mountain biking and white water kayaking.
Amanda Carberry, PT, DPT
Amanda Carberry, PT, DPT earned her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science with a minor in Public Health from Elon University in 2016. Amanda then went on to attend Duke University and graduated with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Duke University’s School of Medicine in 2019. She completed her clinical internships at Duke University Hospital, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, and here at Southeastern Physical Therapy where she has been in practice since graduation. She specializes in outpatient orthopedics, including post-operative rehabilitation and sports injuries. A New Jersey native, Amanda enjoys surfing, skiing, spending time at the beach, and exploring everything that Asheville and mountain living has to offer.
Barry Taylor, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant
Barry Taylor, PTA earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education at North Carolina State University and worked as a student athletic trainer with their soccer, football and baseball teams. He went on to earn his Physical Therapy Assistant degree from Southwestern Community College. Barry has a wide range of expertise secondary to his 20 years of experience in long term care, home health and orthopedics. His passion and specialty is rehabbing athletes for return to sport and has completed many hours of continuing education in sports performance and rehabilitation. He is an Asheville native and current resident of Henderson County and has children in the school district.
Maggie Parker, PT, DPT
Dr. Maggie Parker, PT, DPT is a 2014 graduate of UNC- Greensboro with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and a concentration in Sports Medicine. She received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2018 from Elon University. Her interests in physical therapy include orthopedics and manual therapy. Maggie is an Asheville native and is happy to return home to the mountains. In her free time, Maggie enjoys playing ultimate frisbee, hiking, and enjoying the local restaurant scene.