I’m sure most of us have heard in the news about the NFL and the seriousness of concussions and possible... View Article
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Patients with meniscal injuries (such as a meniscal tear) face an interesting choice: surgery or physical therapy. The goal,... View Article
As a clinician who specializes in the treatment of spinal disorders, one of the most common questions that my patients... View Article
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Southeastern Physical Therapy Proud to Announce its Partnership with Ivy Rehab – Growing Stronger Together!September 1, 2017 5:22 pm
Southeastern Physical Therapy, Southeastern Therapy for Kids and Spectrum Physical Therapy is proud to announce its partnership with Ivy Rehab.
WVEC 13 News Now Regina Mobley interviews President & Owner of Southeastern Physical Therapy, Jeff Hartline, MPT.
Physical Therapy – an important step for many patients on the road to recovery. Both young and old, people can benefit from a good physical therapy company. It’s your choice, choose the one that will give you the attention you deserve to achieve your goals!
“Walking was no longer painful. It was wonderful getting a good night’s sleep for the first time in many months!... View Article
Physical Therapy for Lower Back and Pelvic Pain During Pregnancy By Maricel Briones, DPT Approximately three-fourths of pregnant women have... View Article
Jeff Hartline, owner of Southeastern Physical Therapy was featured as the "Entrepreneur of the Week" on the Hampton Roads Business Weekly Show
Training for an upcoming mud run, but you had to stop running due to foot or heel pain? Sprinting the bases at a company softball game and pull a hammie? Experiencing elbow pain after an intense tennis match or round of golf? Whether you’re a youth or collegiate athlete or a weekend warrior, sports injuries are an unfortunate part of the game. Not all injuries are severe enough to require medical attention, but some injuries seem to have a hard time healing on their own or just don’t seem to completely go away. That’s where physical therapy comes into play.