Havely Carsky, PT, DPT
As a Physical Therapist I find joy in helping people fulfill their potential, get to know their bodies, and discover how movement and strength can address pain. I have a passion for working in underserved communities and strive to deliver high quality, individualized care in pelvic health and orthopedic practice.
Prior to PT school, I have a background in yoga, mindfulness and vipassana meditation, team building, and farming. During my PT training, I enjoyed seeing the parallels between yoga and contemporary understandings of pain and movement in Physical Therapy.
Beyond my Doctorate in Physical Therapy, I have gone on to complete extra training in pelvic health, manual therapy, pain science, functional movement, and dry needling. I have completed the Herman and Wallace Institute's series on pelvic floor rehab in order to specialize in this area.
I began my career working at Wake Forest Baptist Health in the Women's Health PT department, treating a mix of orthopedic and pelvic patients. The opportunity arose for me to move home to Asheville, North Carolina where I now treat a wide range of pelvic floor dysfunctions (bowel, bladder, sexual dysfunction and pain) and enjoy orthopedic puzzles as well.
When not treating patients I enjoy gardening, yoga, cycling, running, cooking, weight lifting, and pottery.