General Booth

2117 McComas Way, Suite 105
Virginia Beach, VA

Phone: 757.427.5505
Click to call Fax: 757.427.5503
Office Hours:
Monday: 7:30 am – 6:00pm
Tuesday: 7:30 am – 6:00pm
Wednesday: 7:30 am – 6:00pm
Thursday: 7:30 am – 6:00pm
Friday : 7:30 am – 3:00 pm


Southeastern Physical Therapy’s General Booth clinic is conveniently located in the Strawbridge area of Virginia Beach and within 1 minute walking distance of the HRT Bus #33: General Booth and McComas Bus Stop.

The General Booth clinic specializes in sports injuries, orthopedic rehab, and the McKenzie Method of therapy. Southeastern Physical Therapy’s treating therapists at this clinic are certified in the McKenzie Method, Manual Therapy, Dry Needling and work one-on-one with patients in a small, personalized and caring environment, assessing back, neck and extremity problems, and developing treatment plans individualized to each patient.

This Southeastern Physical Therapy clinic also provides speech therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy for children and adults through Southeastern Therapy for Kids, our Pediatric and Neurological Division.

At Southeastern Physical Therapy, we go out of our way to make your physical rehabilitation and recovery a great experience. It’s OK if you don’t have a prescription – we’ll provide you with a complimentary injury screening or refer you to a great physician, if necessary. We’ll also do everything in our power to accommodate your busy schedule – including getting you in for your appointment within 24 hours. Whether you need physical therapy, occupational therapy, sports medicine, or any of our other treatments or programs, we’re here for you. Our friendly General Booth, Virginia Beach staff is happy to walk you through necessary paperwork and assist in any way possible, including insurance questions and scheduling. We’ll even call your insurance company for you to help you understand your benefits. The Southeastern Physical Therapy team has partnered with Ivy Rehab in their joint mission to offer more services and an exceptional patient experience. The same caring staff at Southeastern Physical Therapy will continue offer the same great service their patients have come to expect.

Our patients are talking


“Can’t say enough good things about Kelly Letellier and the staff at your General Booth office. After years of chronic pain, dry needling turned out to be the answer for me. It was just luck that I found some one who did dry needle therapy and I am forever grateful. Thanks for all the great care.

“SPT took special care to listen to my complaint and design a plan that was specific to my case. They were careful with working with my daily needs and ensured that my condition was improving every step of the way.”

“They showed me the path to keep improving myself with the training given. By using what I was shown, I can build myself to better health.”

“Just a few sessions of dry needling by my physical therapist, Kelly Letellier, at Southeastern Physical Therapy has relieved pain in my backside that I’d been living with for over 18 months!”

Our Staff

Crystal Barnes

Crystal Barnes,
PT, DPT, Cert. MDT, Director
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Crystal Barnes
Crystal received her B.S. in Exercise Physiology from East Carolina University and her Doctor in Physical Therapy from Old Dominion University. Crystal enjoys working with a variety of orthopedic conditions and injuries, including geriatrics, sports injuries and pre- and post-surgical rehab. With an athletic background in volleyball, basketball and softball, Crystal enjoys helping athletes get back in the game after injuries. She specializes in spine and extremities rehabilitation and is certified in the method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (McKenzie Method).

Kelly Letellier,
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Kelly earned her Master of Physical Therapy degree from West Virginia University in 2006 and her Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine in 2014. Kelly has over a decade of experience in treating patients with orthopedic dysfunction. Additionally, she specializes in treating patients with chronic pain, myofascial pain and patients with head/neck/facial pain and temporomandibular disorder. Kelly has training in many areas of physical therapy- manual therapy/spinal manipulation, trigger point dry needling, craniomandibular dysfunction, the McKenzie method, chronic pain/pain science, neural mobilization, myofascial release, pelvic floor dysfunction, Stott Pilates and extremity rehabilitation.Kelly holds two advanced professional certifications. She obtained her Manual Therapy Certification (MTC) through the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in 2011 and certified in the dry needling course program of Myopain Seminars and earned the title Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist (CMTPT) in 2013. She is currently pursuing Certification in Cranio-mandibular, Head, Neck, & Facial Pain through the University of St. Augustine (CFC) as well as taking the CRAFTA course program through the European Cranio Facial Therapy Academy.
Ashley Drawback

Ashley Drabik,
MS, OTR/L, Clinic Manager
General Booth Office
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Ashley is an Occupational Therapist specializing in pediatrics. She received both her Bachelors of Science (2011) and Masters of Occupational Therapy (2012) from Duquesne University, Pittsburgh In addition to working with a variety of diagnoses within the pediatric population, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Downs Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, DiGeorges Syndrome, Developmental Coordination Disorder, and feeding difficulties, Ashley has worked in an adult outpatient clinic focusing on hand therapy. She received training in S.O.S. Feeding Therapy, Handwriting Without Tears, and the Interactive Metronome. Ashley is passionate about client-centered care and using a holistic approach in therapy to help children reach their full potential.

Wendy Harris
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Wendy comes to SPT as a veteran speech-language pathologist who currently specializes in evaluation and treatment for Literacy and provides skilled training using the Wilson Reading System. She obtained her Bachelor of Science Degree in the areas of Communication Sciences and Disorders in 1983 from Old Dominion University. While working in a local school system, she provided services for children receiving early intervention and early childhood special education. During this time, she became actively involved with Operation Smile. She served on two separate medical missions as a speech pathologist in the Philippines and then Africa providing pre and post op care to patients and their families with cleft lip and palate. In 1991, Wendy graduated with a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Old Dominion University. Shortly thereafter, she worked for a local children’s hospital both in the inpatient and outpatient settings. Wendy obtained extensive experience during her twenty-three years working with children with a variety of communication disorders including: oral-motor feeding, oral-motor articulation, language, as well as voice and fluency. Within the past five years, Wendy has obtained extensive training, evaluating and treating reading and spelling disorders, which has become her current passion. She enjoys working with the adult population providing services for disorders including: swallowing/feeding, oral motor skills and communication disorders following a stroke, dementia and traumatic brain injury. Wendy is committed to her patients and families. She remains passionate in developing and providing functional services for individual needs.


Heather Lassiter
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Heather has been a licensed physical therapist for over ten years. She received her bachelor’s in exercise science with an emphasize on exercise physiology from Kent State University in 2003. She then achieved her Masters’ of Physical Therapy from the University of Cincinnati in 2006. She began her physical therapy career treating adults in a hospital setting in Ohio but soon became a traveling physical therapist whom has been lucky enough to have worked in multiple states across the United States with patients of all ages.Heather is passionate about helping children to achieve their age appropriate level of functioning or highest available level through play. She has experience assisting persons recovering from orthopedic injuries, helping athletes return to sport, assisting patients with balance deficits, and assisting persons returning to their daily activities following an injury or general debility. She also enjoys working with patients with neurological disorders such as traumatic brain injuries, CVA, Parkinson’s etc. Heather utilizes a multidisciplinary approach while providing patient and family education in order to achieve the patient’s highest available level of function.

Heather and her husband love outdoor activities like hiking, running (just for fun) and SUP as well as volunteering in the community. She became a new mom in 2017 and has really enjoyed playing with her son and being a part of his motor development.


Kathleen Sale
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Kathleen has over 12 years of experience working with children and adults. From working in Norfolk and Virginia Beach Public Schools, to a hospital and skilled nursing facility, she’s excited to return to the pediatric outpatient setting to assist children and their families reach their communication goals. Kathleen’s area of interest include: articulation, dysfluencies, adult swallowing and cognition. Literacy based intervention for language treatment is often incorporated, using books she read to her own children.


Bianca Dunn
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