Welcome to Healing Physical Therapy and Wellness located at 46 Wahuhu Ct. in Brevard, NC. Our goal is to provide personal one-on one help with an expert physical therapist to help you alleviate pain and return to an active lifestyle! We provide physical therapy services, John Barnes myofascial release, Barral visceral manipulation, and Upledger craniosacral therapy services to Brevard, NC and the surrounding area.
Our services include physical therapy for treatment of back pain, sciatica, neck pain, TMJ, shoulder pain, tendonitis, hip pain, knee pain, elbow pain, ankle sprains, plantar fasciitis, fibromyalgia, migraine headaches, vertigo. We also treat pelvic floor dysfunction and Women’s Health issues. We gently yet effectively treat post-surgical and post-fracture rehabilitation. Sometimes even depression and anxiety can be improved with three gentle craniosacral therapy techniques. We specialize in John F Barnes myofascial release, manual therapy techniques, Barral visceral manipulation, deep tissue massage, chronic pain management, Upledger craniosacral therapy, sports injury and golf injury prevention/rehabilitation. We can help reverse the effects of injuries caused by repetitive motion, over-use, poor posture, and poor lifting habits. At Healing Physical Therapy and Wellness we believe in promoting wellness through evaluation of the body as a whole, not just the symptoms. We provide individualized instruction in self-help exercises, group exercises, injury prevention, proper body mechanics and posture. We are a proponent that food is medicine. The food we consume affects the inflammation in the body and its ability to heal.
At Healing Physical Therapy and Wellness, you receive personalized treatment from a physical therapist who is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and has over 1000 hours of continuing education in therapeutic bodywork including John Barnes myofascial release, Upledger craniosacral therapy, Barral visceral manipulation, nerve gliding techniques and mobilization techniques. Many patients report that Sue Bransky, PT is the first practitioner that has been able to help them decrease their pain.
Unfortunately, many other physical therapy clinics are seeing multiple patients at once and the PT is evaluating and treating the patient only a few times while support staff treat patients in between.