Meet Dr. Rebeca Segraves

Founder | Owner

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Doctor of Physical Therapy | Western Carolina University, NC (2015)

Certified Lymphedema Therapist | Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy (2015)

Women’s Health Physical Therapy Residency | Duke University Health System, NC (2016)

Women’s Health Clinical Specialist | American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (2017)

Certifying Doula | DONA International (2021)

Dr. Rebeca Segraves, PT, DPT
Owner | Physical Therapist

being active isn't a choice. it's who you are.

After undergoing several major surgeries to correct the length of my leg, I have a deep appreciation for the time and support it takes to fully heal.

I value preventative care and preparation for birth and surgery. I firmly believe that individuals should receive the necessary information to make informed decisions that affect their health and the actions they can take to optimize their recovery.

Early intervention and adequate time are key to regaining full function after major events. 

There is no reason to wait until problems arise when you can prevent them. Optimal healing after birth, surgery, and medical interventions starts in the hospital and is continued at home.

I look forward to honoring the time I have to partner with you as you remain in control of your care.



Meet Dr. Jenna Segraves

Jenna Segraves, PT, DPT is a Board-Certified Neurologic Clinical Specialist and Certified Lymphedema Therapist. Her clinical experience across outpatient and inpatient settings includes orthopedics, neurology, lymphedema management, pelvic health, acute neuro/trauma, critical care, the emergency department, and inpatient obstetrics. She evaluates and treats individuals within 24 hours after birth. Dr. Segraves has competed in multiple marathons, half marathons, relays, trail and road races and is passionate about fitness progression during pregnancy and immediately postpartum. 


Our Mission

We are expanding early access to women's health occupational and physical therapy in rural and underserved communities to maximize time, function, and independence.