Our Biltmore location is located at 1256 Hendersonville Rd. Asheville. We share a building with Banner Therapy Products and are located directly behind Valvoline and facing Ballard Appliance Company. Our Physical Therapy Clinic serves South Asheville, Arden, Biltmore, East Asheville and Fletcher areas.
We bill all insurances in a clinical practice setting.
Southeastern specializes in the treatment and post-operative care of the Shoulder, Knee, Ankle, Elbow, Hip, Cervical Spine and Lumbar Spine.
To schedule an appointment please call (828) 412-5330 or Fax (828) 412-5329
Please use the link below for paperwork to complete and bring to your initial evaluation.
Christine Dana, PT is a 1984 graduate of the University of Vermont’s Physical Therapy program. During her career she has worked with all age groups and in a variety of settings from schools to factories to hospitals and out-patient clinics. For the past 15 years she has worked primarily in orthopedics with focus on the osteopathic approach to manual therapy. Christine takes a Sports Medicine approach to returning people back to an active lifestyle which could be competitive or recreational sports, home/yard care and back to work. She is Graston-Certified for soft tissue mobilization and utilizes these techniques for all orthopedic issues, including TMJ, back pains and sports/work injuries. Christine stays active with hiking, yoga and golf.
Blake Parham, PT is a longtime resident of Candler, NC where he attended Enka High School graduating in 1999. He went on to UNC Chapel Hill where he graduated in 2003 majoring in Exercise and Sport Science along with Psychology. Next, he achieved a Master’s of Physical Therapy degree from Western Carolina University in 2005. He attained his NC license to practice physical therapy in the fall of 2005 and has been actively practicing since that time in an outpatient primarily orthopedic setting. Blake began working for Southeastern Physical Therapy in 2005. He worked in the Charlotte area in 2008-9 and in Columbus, NC in 2009-10 before returning to work at Southeastern in 2010 where he now manages the entire clinical / provider staff. He has worked in rehabilitation of all age groups and backgrounds in the Western North Carolina area, specializing in helping injured high school and college athletes in the region return to sport. He has worked in conjunction with the physicians and athletic trainers of Southeastern Sports Medicine to integrate a comprehensive Sports Medicine program for many schools in the region.