A consistent source of comfort and empowerment in our Hendersonville community for more than 20 years.
Adam Silverberg is the owner and manager of our practice. His Licensed Massage and Bodywork practice and teaching career span 21 years and includes Anatomy and Physiology, Kinesiology, Neuromuscular Therapy, Connective Tissue and Structural Integration, Myofascial work, and Swedish Massage. He is a certified instructor of Visionary Craniosacral Work through the Milne Institute. His practice includes prenatal, pediatric, and geriatric clients. Adam views bodywork as the meeting place for clinical science, art, and magic. He also believes therapy should be fun and include laughter whenever possible. Adam is a husband, a dad, a wildlife rehabilitator, and a loyal Deadhead.
Kristin Dunn Hucks
Kristin Dunn Hucks is our office administrator and scheduling guru. She is the person on the phone who makes you wonder why everyone can’t be this nice. Even friendlier and more welcoming in person, she will help you feel right at home. She’ll make your paperwork seem easy, and assist you with organizing your therapy treatments into your busy life. Kristin has a deep sense of people’s needs, and an even deeper ability to make space for them to happen. Kristin worked in physical therapy billing and then cultivated a career developing a medical research company. She is a certified DoTerra wellness advocate and our resident essential oils wizard. Kristin is a mom, a comedy enthusiast, and a force to be reckoned with on the soccer field.
TJ Constantino is a Physical Therapist with a unique depth about her work and her presence. TJ combines myofascial and craniosacral therapies with her vast knowledge of anatomy, medicine, and biomechanics. She provides a safe space for patients to clear their minds and be present in their bodies. TJ is certified as an craniosacral instructor with Upledger Institute. Many patients enjoyed the sweet presence of her canine therapy partner Kona, who passed recently after 12 years of helping people feel better. TJ is a wife, an animal mom, a native mountain girl, and has a very contagious laugh.
Rita Kotsias is a Physical Therapist with a warm heart, a welcoming smile, and a judgement-free treatment room. She helps patients with gait and balance training, relieves chronic pain patterns, and teaches patients how to work on new physical tasks at home. Rita’s calm demeanor and keen observation skills are gateways to her ability to truly understand the challenges each patient faces. Rita is a mom, a wife, an intellectual, and she reminds us that we get by with a little help from our friends.
Gerald Fitzgibbon is a Physical Therapist with an ancient wisdom about his personality and his approach. His career has included certification in massage therapy and yoga teaching, bodybuilding, and military training. Gerald embodies the concept of the healing arts in his ability to distill the source of a pain pattern or particular physical challenge. He helps patients peel away the layers of issues that life piles on, and work on foundational strengths as the means to long term freedom. He makes it easy for people to let down their guard and feel much better through true connection and understanding. Gerald is a dad, a husband, a shaman, and has eyes that smile at everyone he meets.
Linda is a Physical Therapist with a deeply caring soul and a laughing heart. She practices postural restoration (Postural Restoration Institute), pelvic floor therapy (Herman and Wallace), and is a Certified Lymphedema Therapist (Norton School). Linda utilizes her foundation as a massage therapist to inform her manual therapies and craniosacral work. She is a perpetual student always seeking new threads to weave into the fabric of her work with people. Linda has an inspiring way of teaching as she works. She is a cat lover, a zen gardener, an artist, and a natural comedian.
Jennifer Arch is a Physical Therapist Assistant who utilizes her vast experiential understanding of myofascial and craniosacral work for connecting with her patients. Jenny combines her anatomical and mechanical knowledge with her intuitive senses to help patients through all sorts of challenges. Jenny works as if her hands are connected directly to her heart. She loves people and is a genuine source of comfort in the world. Jenny is a mom, a musician and singer, a world traveler, and brings her life experiences to create an open space for therapeutic contact with each person.
Beth Strickler is a Physical Therapist Assistant with a true passion for myofascial and craniosacral work. Her experiences keep reinforcing how people benefit most from highly skilled manual therapy. Beth has a knack for combining fun and sacred space; she allows for the deeper quiet that emerges in treatments while maintaining a personal rapport with each patient. Her laughter is a common sound ringing in our halls. Beth is a mom, a musician, an artist, and a master of disguise.
Kim Healy is a Physical Therapist Assistant with an open heart and a clear connection with the whole world. Her career with pediatric therapies provides a foundation for her advanced trainings in myofascial work and other manual therapy modalities. Kim is gifted at postural reading and helping bodies make adjustments to relieve painful patterns. She has great understanding of the body and how to work with it. But more importantly, she makes people feel better just by being with them. She focuses her treatments to help empower patients in their self reliance. Kim is a mom, a wife, a music lover, and might be part mermaid.
Courtney Cairo is a Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist with a true intuitive sense of how and where a body needs therapy. Her hands are strong and she utilizes her understanding of kinesiology and musculoskeletal anatomy to find sources of restriction and flush them out. She helps people feel safe to approach therapy that is new to them, and helps them set goals for their own journey toward feeling better. Courtney is kind, accepting, and extremely fun to be around. She is a mom, a wife, an artist, and a beach lover.