Great Neck Office

1157 First Colonial Rd., Suite 201
Virginia Beach, VA
great-neck-office Phone: 757.481.0052 Click to call
Fax: 757.481.1099
Office Hours:
Monday : 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Tuesday: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Wednesday: 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
Thursday: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Friday : 7:00 am – 3:00 pm Directions

Our Great Neck Office is conveniently located near the Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital, on First Colonial Road near Old Donation Road, within 2 minutes walking distance of the HRT First Colonial and Camelot Bus Stop.

The Great Neck, Virginia Beach office specializes in sports injuries, orthopedic rehab, and utilizes the McKenzie Method of therapy. The treating therapists at this clinic are trained Osteopathic Manual Medicine techniques of Advanced Muscle Energy, Integrated Neuromuscular & Myofascial Release, Craniosacral, and Direct Action Thrust; Spine treatments of Manual Therapy, and Maitland techniques; Mulligan mobility and taping techniques; and kinesiotaping.

With a Certified Athletic Trainer and a Kinesiologist on staff, our Sports Medicine Rehab includes movement analysis, acute and chronic injury care, injury prevention and functional exercise progressions – assuring safe return to sports and fitness activity

Our therapists 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 clinic also provides speech, occupational, and physical therapy for children and adults through the Pediatric and Neurological Division, Southeastern Therapy for Kids.

At Southeastern Physical Therapy, we go above and beyond 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 Great Neck, 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


“I credit this entire staff for working hand-in-hand with the surgeon to get AMAZING results in my physical therapy. I’ll actually be sad to leave, but eternally thankful for helping me become whole again in my recreational and daily activity. God Bless Southeastern PT!!!”

“Thank you for all the help, support, and kind words everyone has given me since being here! I will miss all the laughs and working with such a great group of people every week! It truly made for a great experience!”

“Entire program was excellent. Therapists were attentive and knowledgeable. Office manager was outstanding. Great atmosphere throughout all sessions.”

“Carefully monitored how I was doing with my exercises. Listened and responded to my reports of pain with modified plan or hands on evaluation.”

Our Staff

Matt Dancigers (1)

Matt Dancigers,
PT, DPT, Director
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Matt Dancigers (1)
  • Licensed Physical Therapist
  • Doctorate in Physical Therapy, with Honors: Old Dominion University.
  • Bachelor of Science: James Madison University.
  • Adjunct Faculty / Lecturer: ODU Doctor of Physical Therapy program.
  • Member: American Physical Therapy Association, Orthopedics Section
  • Member: Medical sub-committee of Hampton Roads Opioid/Heroin Working Group .
  • Clinical Instructor
  • Direct Access Provider

Special Clinical Interests: Treatment of orthopedic and musculoskeletal issues of the active adult (shoulder, ankle/foot, knee, spine, etc) Treatment and management of persistent/chronic pain.
Matt emphasizes a strong patient-centered and evidence-based approach utilizing therapeutic movements/drills, education on a person’s condition and hands on treatments. “Your goals are my goals” is his philosophy.”Your body has the ability to heal, given the right environment, and it is my aim to create that environment and promote a smooth road to recovery.”
Matt is a Hampton Roads local, and at the top of his many interests he enjoys having adventures with his wife and daughter, particularly outdoor adventures.


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.

Chad Kromer,
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Chad received his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from University of Maryland.  He earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Lynchburg College enjoys the diversity of treating orthpaedic and neurological patients.

His clinical expertise includes the McKenzie method, manual techniques of Mulligan and Maitland and varied taping applications.  His favorite part of being a physical therapist is helping his patients return to the activities they love.  Chad utilizes the most up to date evidence and his creative skills to provide individualized programs that meet each patient’s goals while making the rehabilitation process engaging.

He is presently working toward an Othopaedic Specialist Certification through the American Physical Therapy Association and his Dry Needling Certification.

Chad is a sports enthusiast, likes hiking, biking and anything outdoors and has completed two Tough Mudder competitions and ½ marathon.

Kate Dalman

Kate Dalman,
MS, CCC-SLP, Clinic Manager
Great Neck Office
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Kate Dalman
Kate is a speech-language pathologist that comes to SPT with over 10 years of experience in pediatrics. She received her Bachelor of the Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders as well as English from James Madison University in 2003. Kate graduated with a Master of Science in speech-language pathology from James Madison University in 2005 and relocated to Virginia Beach to begin her career. Kate has extensive experience in outpatient settings and has been a certified early intervention provider. Kate enjoys a multidisciplinary approach and has been a part of several evaluation teams providing in-home services. She transitioned back to an outpatient setting following the birth of her daughter, and enjoys working in a team environment with support from occupational and physical therapists. Kate specializes in language acquisition, early childhood language and articulation development, and enjoys working with different families on a weekly basis. Kate has experiences in feeding disorders, treating children with autism, fluency, and severe phonological process disorders and apraxia.

Kelli Weatherholt

Kelli Weatherhold,
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Kelli Wetherholt
Kelli is a licensed speech-language pathologist who earned her bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, TX. She received her master’s degree in the same field of study from West Texas A&M University in Canyon, TX. She is a former pre-kindergarten teacher who uses her skills in developmentally appropriate curriculum building to implement dynamic treatment activities for all styles of learning. She has experience treating individuals with communication disorders across the life span. From pediatric to geriatric age ranges, Kelli takes a functional approach to creating goals that will improve overall communicative ability and enhance quality of life. She has experience treating preschool and school-age children with delays and disorders pertaining to articulation, stuttering, and receptive and expressive language. Additionally, she has worked with adults who suffer cognitive-linguistic deficits after sustaining a stroke, head injury, or neurological disease.

Bianca Dunn
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Samantha Thayer
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