Posts Tagged ‘Pregnancy & Postpartum Care’

Havely

PT, DPT, Pelvic Health Specialist and Orthopedics

Havely@cornerstoneptnc.com

Pelvic Health, Post Partum, Orthopedics, Cornerstone Physical Therapy

Bio

Havely received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Winston-Salem State University. She developed a passion for orthopedics and pelvic health during her education and began taking advanced courses in these areas. She worked at Wake Forest Baptist Health in Winston-Salem in their outpatient Orthopedic and Women’s Health departments until her and her husband relocated back to the Asheville area. Her pelvic health training includes treatment for incontinence and pelvic pain from the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. Her background in yoga and mindfulness meditation dovetails well with modern pain science when treating a variety of conditions in Physical Therapy. She has a passion for staying current in Physical Therapy research and believes deeply in the innate healing potential of the human body.

She is delighted to be living in Asheville, close to family and friends, and in the beautiful southern Appalachians. When not practicing Physical Therapy Havely enjoys gardening, yoga, cycling, and being outdoors.

Laura

PT, DPT, Pelvic Health Specialist and Orthopedics

Havely@cornerstoneptnc.com

Pelvic Health, Post Partum, Orthopedics, Cornerstone Physical Therapy

Bio

Havely received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Winston-Salem State University. She developed a passion for orthopedics and pelvic health during her education and began taking advanced courses in these areas. She worked at Wake Forest Baptist Health in Winston-Salem in their outpatient Orthopedic and Women’s Health departments until her and her husband relocated back to the Asheville area. Her pelvic health training includes treatment for incontinence and pelvic pain from the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. Her background in yoga and mindfulness meditation dovetails well with modern pain science when treating a variety of conditions in Physical Therapy. She has a passion for staying current in Physical Therapy research and believes deeply in the innate healing potential of the human body.

She is delighted to be living in Asheville, close to family and friends, and in the beautiful southern Appalachians. When not practicing Physical Therapy Havely enjoys gardening, yoga, cycling, and being outdoors.

Hanna

Hanna Trinite

PT, DPT, CYT

Hanna pt

Bio

Hanna Trinite is a Texas native who arrived in Asheville by way of Washington D.C.  She studied Economics and International Affairs at the George Washington University and worked as a statistical analyst by day and, after getting stir crazy at a desk, she became a personal trainer by night. Her passion for exercise redirected her career course and she went back to graduate school at the George Washington University to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree.  Hanna has since worked with people of all ages with various orthopedic conditions but also has a love for working with people with Parkinson’s Disease to improve their movement and quality of life.

She became increasingly interested in pelvic health and treating pelvic floor dysfunctions when she was expecting her first child. Since then Hanna has completed courses through Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute and is so excited to be part of this incredibly important and ever-growing area of care.  She now specializes in the treatment of adults and pediatrics with bowel and bladder problems.

In addition to being a certified Yoga instructor, Hanna has dabbled in many areas of fitness including aerial silks, rock climbing, CrossFit, Spinning, and she has completed half marathons and triathlons. She truly loves them all as they have given her the mental fortitude and physical stamina to wrangle both her toddler and her yellow Labrador mix Jalapeño.

Mary

Mary Goforth

PT, DPT  Orthopedic and Pelvic Health Specialist
mary@cornerstoneptnc.com

Mary Edited

Bio

Mary is an Asheville native. She received her B.A. in Spanish and Biology from Appalachian State University and then her doctorate degree from Western Carolina University in physical therapy. Ever since high school, Mary has had the desire to work in the rehabilitation arena, with a special interest in those recovering from neurological conditions. New interests arose over time, including that of pelvic health. Mary has her certification in LSVT BIG, Otago Exercise Program, APTA-Section on Women’s Health levels I-III, Myopain Seminars dry needling level I, and continues her education with upcoming courses in manual therapy. She enjoys working with individuals suffering from various orthopedic, pelvic health, and neurological conditions.

Apart from work, Mary loves salsa dancing, hiking, exercising, being active in her church, spending time with her family and friends, playing with her Husky/Great Pyrenees dog Niña Mía, learning new things, and traveling when she has the chance. Mary is thrilled to practice in her own hometown, serving a community that she loves.