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: 10:00am – 7:00 pm
Wednesday: 7:00 am – 2:00 pm
Thursday: 10:00am – 7:00 pm
Friday : 7:00 am – 2:00 pm Directions
The 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 office specializes in sports injuries, orthopedic rehab, and the McKenzie Method of therapy. The treating therapists at this clinic are certified in , 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.

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This clinic also provides speech, occupational, and physical therapy for children and adults through the Pediatric and Neurological Division.

Our patients are talking


“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

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KrisAnë Auth,
PT, DPT, ATC, Director
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KrisAnë received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Ball State University. She earned a Master of Science in Community Health & Physical Therapy from Old Dominion University and completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Medical College of Virginia at Virginia Commonwealth University.

While at Ball State University, KrisAnë gained experience with acute and chronic sport injuries and biomechanical assessment while working with the baseball, volleyball and track & field teams.

Within two years of receiving her Masters, KrisAnë completed all of the Northwest Seminar Manual Therapy courses by Chilean therapist Mariano Rocabato. She expanded her skills by taking more than 200 hours of Continuing Medical Education through Michigan State’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, primarily lead by Dr. Phillip Greenman. In all, she has over 500 hours of continued education.

She enjoys working with patients of varied orthopaedic challenges and experiences her best outcomes by combining hands-on techniques with a supervised exercise program focused on neutral posture and functional stability. Her areas of interest include mechanical neck & back pain, headaches, and pain of the lower extremity joints.


Chad Kromer,
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Ashley Drawback

Ashley Drabik,
MS, OTR/L, Clinic Manager
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Cate Hebert
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.

Kate Dalman

Kate Dalman,
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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.

Kasie Healey

Kasie Healey,
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Kasie Healey
Kasie is a Speech-Language Pathologist. She received her B.S. in Speech Language Pathology in 2014 and her M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology in 2016 from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Kasie enjoys working with both pediatric and adult populations. She has experience in evaluating and providing skilled intervention to the pediatric populations in the areas of language, articulation, voice, fluency, swallowing, and feeding. Kasie enjoys working with pediatric populations to facilitate early language skills as well as feeding therapy to children of all ages. Kasie has experience in evaluating and providing skilled intervention to the adult populations in outpatient setting with speech, language, voice, swallowing, and cognitive impairments as a result from traumatic brain injury, stroke, and dementia. Kasie has a passion for developing individualized treatment plans with the incorporation of parents and families to facilitate positive outcomes and success for each patient.