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 Weaverville location serves North Asheville, Woodfin, Weaverville, Mars Hill, Marshall, Madison and Yancey counties.
We bill all insurances in a clinical practice setting.
To schedule an appointment please call (828) 484-9415 or Fax (828) 484-9478
Steve Manfred, PT, MHA
Steve Manfred, PT, MHA has lived in Asheville for 30 years. He is a 1996 graduate of the Winston-Salem State University Physical Therapy program. He also has a Masters in Hospital Administration degree from Duke University in 1980, previously working in that field and rehab administration for 14 years, and a Biology degree from Colgate University. He has extensive clinical rehab experience in several settings — primarily in outpatient orthopedic, but also hospital acute inpatient, long-term care and home health care. He treats the full range of orthopedic conditions, surgeries and injuries, but specializes in care for shoulder, low back, and joint replacements.
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.
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.