Our Enka-Candler location is located in West Asheville on Smoky Park Hwy in the ‘Bi-Lo’ complex. Our Physical Therapy Clinic serves the downtown Asheville, West Asheville, Candler, Canton, and North Buncombe 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) 633-6287 or Fax (828) 633-6288
Please use the link below for paperwork to complete and bring to your initial evaluation.
Katie Parham, PT earned her undergraduate degrees in Exercise & Sports Science and Psychology from The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Following graduation, Katie earned her Master of Physical Therapy degree from Western Carolina University in 2006. Katie has worked for Southeastern Physical Therapy part time since graduating in 2006 with maternity leaves interspersed in her career. She has also worked in home health pediatrics and at a retirement community, which included skilled nursing, assisted living and outpatient orthopedic physical therapy services.
Travis Routh PT, DPT, earned his undergrad degree in Exercise Science from High Point University in High Point, NC. Following graduation, Travis then earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Western Carolina University in 2015. With a primary interest in orthopedics, Travis has taken continuing education courses for management of orthopedic conditions including lower back pain, upper and lower extremity disorders, sports specific training, and manual therapy approaches.
Dr. Walter M. Young IV, PT, DPT is the quintessential journeyman, working his way from western Michigan, to a Landscape Architecture Degree from Ball State University, to a career as a Golf Course Architect in Southern Pines, NC, prior to finding his passion in coaching people to a healthier life through Olympic Lifting and Crossfit. From there he worked his way to Western Carolina University where he earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy Degree in 2016. Since graduating, Walter moved to Asheville, but began his career in Hickory, NC at Frye Regional Medical Center where he saw wide range of patients, from low back pain to Parkinson’s Disease to spinal cord injuries and amputees. This diversity has shown him the capabilities of the human body and spirit, shaping his philosophy that nobody is lost and everybody can change their mental and physical position in life if they are willing to push themselves to reach for it. Along with coaching people, Walter enjoys spending time with his wife Kristin, and dogs Bogie and Bitsy in various outdoor activities, including hiking, biking (mountain and road), renovating their house, and brewing beer and kombucha.