1 on 1 treatment

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Susannah is an expert in the fields of pelvic health and breast cancer rehabilitation. Her office is located off of Charlotte Street near downtown Asheville at the Women’s Wellness and Education Center (exit 5B off of I-240). The 24 Arlington Street, Asheville, NC 28801.

Please feel free to contact Susannah during business hours to set up a free 15-minute consultation: 770.356.3132.

Common treatment diagnosis:

  • Peri and post-partum care

  • Urinary & fecal incontinence

  • Constipation, IBS and other gut issues...

  • Pelvic Pain

  • Pain with intercourse

  • Pelvic organ prolapse

  • Chronic hip & back pain

  • Sarcoiliac dysfunction

  • Lymphedema

  • Swelling due to venous insufficiency

  • Lymphatic cording

  • Post-mastectomy pain syndrome

  • Osteoporosis

  • Post mastectomy & reconstruction care

  • Cancer-related fatigue, peripheral neuropathy, cardiotoxicity & pain

What to expect:

Susannah practices out of the Women's Wellness and Education Center which has a warm, homey feel. Expect to fill out some brief, but important intake forms and outcome measures prior to evaluation. Day 1, Susannah will take a thorough history, perform initial testing and hopefully have time for some treatment! If you are a pelvic patient, Susannah is a skilled orthopedic physical therapist with a specialist bent in pelvic rehabilitation. The pelvis is complex in its anatomy and bio-mechanical relationships; it is often the overlooked key to unlocking your issue. Depending upon your situation, an internal assessment may be beneficial for your treatment, however, is not a necessity and is ultimately up to the comfort level of the patient. 

During follow-up appointments, Susannah likes to pull from her manual therapy tool box which includes modalities such as: myofascial release, visceral mobilization, strain-counterstrain, muscle energy techniques, joint and soft tissue mobilization, and more. Susannah teaches self-awareness and management through interventions like therapeutic exercise (often yoga or mat-based movement), biofeedback, diet and self-care.