Kingsborough Square Office

680 B Kingsborough Square
Chesapeake, VA
Kingsborough Square Location Phone: 757.547.0434 Click to call
Fax: 757.547.0625

Office Hours:
Monday – Thursday : 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Friday : 7:00 am – 5:00 pmDirections
The Kingsborough clinic is located close to Chesapeake Regional Medical Center at the intersection of Kingsborough and Wimbledon Square, and within 4 minutes walking distance of the HRT Battlefield & Wimbledon Bus Stop.The staff at the Kingsborough Square Office has vast experience with orthopedic physical therapy and also has special interests in sports injuries, pediatrics, back and neck pain. Patients who want to get back to full working capacity can participate in our Work Hardening Program, which boasts a state-of-the-art hand-on, real-work simulated gym. FCE’s and Impairment Ratings are also available at this location.This clinic also provides speech, occupational, and physical therapy for children and adults through the Pediatric and Neurological Division.

Our patients are talking

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“You were very flexible with my appointments. All of the staff were very pleasant – my condition was explained very well and my evaluation was very thorough.”

“Explained each procedure, muscles and tendons involved and how the exercises worked help improve my ROM and strengthen my arm. They sent me on my merry way with copy of arm exercises and bends to accomplish further strength and movement.”


Our Staff

Eric Mack,
PTA, Director
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Eric went to school in the state of New York at OCC and received an Associates degree in Physical Therapy in 2004.

As a high level downhill skier in upstate New York, Eric competed in the state championships where he fell and tore his ACL and meniscus and went through intense Physical Therapy to be able to return to the state championship the following year and ranked 8th overall in the downhill reaching speeds of 75 MPH. After competing for several years Eric then started coaching downhill ski racing for 5 years.

Eric’s intense knowledge with sports and orthopedic injuries specializes in injuries including hip, knee, ankle, shoulder, cervical and chronic low back pain. Eric treats a variety of patients from sports related injuries to stroke patients working on functional gains. Eric has taken Mckenzie A,B,C, Mulligan for mobilization with movement and Myofascial release. Eric is well trained to restore function and return patients to a pain free lifestyle.

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Nicholas Radike,
PT, DPT
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Nick received his undergraduate degree at Florida State in 2012 and Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from University of St Augustine in 2014. He enjoys working with a variety of outpatient orthopedic patients. Nick also has a strong interest in manual therapy techniques and plans to continue his education by obtaining his manual therapy certification. He continues focus his interest on the newest forms of therapy treatment to allow him to educate his patients on ways to assist in their recovery.Nick firmly believes in being hands on with his patients. “I may have to get physical in order to provide the best quality of therapy for my patients.”

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Heather Yatsko,
PT, DPT
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Heather received her Bachelor of Science in Biology at Christopher Newport University in 2012 and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy, with honors at University of St. Augustine in 2016. She enjoys working with a variety of outpatient orthopedic patients, from sports related injuries to post-operative total joint replacements. Heather has a strong interest in lumbopelvic pain and pelvic floor dysfunction and is pursuing further coursework to obtain her Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification. Heather is an advocate of wellness and enjoys helping her patients understand what to expect during Physical Therapy as well as giving them the tools to maximize their own recovery. Heather finds providing optimal care for her patients and seeing their improvements to be extremely rewarding. Heather aims to help patients avoid surgery when possible and has a special focus on postural education and ergonomics. She looks forward to meeting new patients and encouraging them to achieve their goals while also having fun along the way.
Katie Silva

Katie Silva,
M.S., CCC-SLP, Clinic Manager
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Katie is a Speech-Language Pathologist. She received her B.S. in Human Development from Virginia Tech in 2010 and her M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology from James Madison University in 2013. Katie loves working with children of all ages in a pediatric outpatient setting. She has experience providing treatment in the areas of language, articulation, and fluency, as well as with children diagnosed with Autism and children requiring augmentative/alternative communication systems. Katie has also worked with adults suffering from speech, language, and cognitive impairments resulting from brain injury, stroke, and dementia.

Jennifer Williams

Jennifer Williams,
MS, CF-SLP
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Jennifer is a Speech- Language Pathologist. She received her M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology from Old Dominion University in 2014.
Jennifer enjoys working with the pediatric, school-aged, and adult population. She has experience in treating and providing skilled intervention to the pediatric population in the area of language, articulation, voice, and fluency. She has experience working with children and adults diagnosed with Autism who require augmentative/alternative communication systems. Jennifer has also worked with adults suffering from voice, speech, language, and cognitive impairments resulting from traumatic brain injuries or stroke.

Shana Seal

Shana Seal,
MS, CCC-SLP
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Shana Seal
Shana is a Speech-Language Pathologist who received her B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Old Dominion University in 2013 and her M.S.Ed. in Speech-Language Pathology from ODU in 2015. Shana has experience working with the pediatric population providing treatment in the areas of articulation, language, Autism, fluency, and hearing impairments. Additionally, Shana has worked with the adult population providing treatment for those with aphasia, dysarthria, dysphagia, dementia, cognitive impairments, traumatic brain injuries, and other neurological conditions.

Melissa Stapleford

Melissa Stapleford,
MS, OTR/L
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Melissa Stapleford
Melissa received her Bachelors of Science in Exercise Physiology from the University of Delaware and attended Nova Southeastern University in South Florida to obtain a Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy. She spent time at various well-renowned rehabilitation hospitals during her education, including the Alfred I. duPont Children’s Hospital in Wilmington, DE, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital in Hollywood, FL, and MossRehab in Philadelphia, PA. Her specialties include sensorimotor-based approaches, sensory integration therapy, executive functioning and social skills groups, play-based therapy, training in the SIPT and Handwriting Without Tears. She also has experience in neurological, orthopedic and hand rehabilitation, is a Certified Kinesiotaping Practitioner and is a fieldwork educator for OT students. Melissa joined Southeastern Physical Therapy after relocating to Virginia Beach from Maryland, where she worked treating children in a private, outpatient clinic in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. When she is not creating fun and functional treatments to improve the lives of her patients, she enjoys the beach life, travel and nature photography. Melissa brings enthusiasm, creativity, and compassion to her patients and their families to help them build a bright, promising future and to lead a fulfilling life.

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Kayla Kane,
MS, OTR/L
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Kayla Kane grew up in Charlotte, NC. In her undergraduate years at East Carolina University, she became interested in the field of occupational therapy, because she felt it embodies the philosophies and traits that she values, such as viewing the individual holistically – as an integrative unit with psychological, emotional, social, and physical needs. Kayla worked as a rehab technician on a pediatric inpatient rehab unit at Vidant Medical Center in Greenville, NC where she developed a love for working with pediatrics. Thus, Kayla pursued and received her Master’s of Occupational Therapy in December 2015 from East Carolina College of Allied Health Sciences. Including her fieldworks at Vidant Medical Center and Charlotte’s Medical Center, where she gained valuable hands-on experience working with a variety of ages and conditions including neurological disorders, traumatic injuries, as well as Sensory Processing and Integration disorders and Autism. Kayla has over 3 years of pediatric work and volunteer experiences with a wide variety of diagnoses ages, and settings. Kayla is trained and certified in the Handwriting Without Tears (HWOT) curriculum and strives to address her clients holistically through building strong therapeutic rapport, client-centered functional interventions, and facilitates collaboration with other professional disciplines and family members.