The Transylvania Times -

Reset Physical Therapy & Wellness Has Grand Opening - Brevard, NC


March 12, 2018

Ray Adams

Front Row, from left to right, are Stefan Young, Amber Webb, Hayes Bryson, Dr. Marisa Bryson with husband Joe and son Miles Bryson just behind her, Tracie Trusler (seated on ball), and Laura H. Rain Tree, "Rain." Others pictured are friends, family and members of the Brevard/Transylvania Chamber of Commerce.

Reset Physical Therapy & Wellness celebrated their grand opening Tuesday evening March 6, with a Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting officiated by Executive Director Clark Lovelace, Executive Comm-ittee President Tracy Tressler and many Chamber business ambassadors, family, friends and supporters.

Event attendees were able to experience some of what makes Reset special. Guests and visitors were able to tour the clinic and try actual techniques and activities utilized in-patient care situations.

Dr. Marisa Bryson and Laura Rain Tree, PTA, guided folks through various balance and neuro-reeducation activities and explained techniques such as dry needling and joint mobilizations. Meanwhile, the clinic assistant Skelley, a skeleton model dressed for the occasion, ran crowd control.

Reset Physical Therapy & Wellness is a new specialty physical therapy clinic focused on research-supported manual, or hands-on, physical therapy techniques such as joint mobilizations, functional dry needling, soft tissue mobilizations, rehabilitative taping, instrument assisted neuromodulation, breathing pattern correction and functional exercises specific to each patient's particular injury or concern.

Ray Adams

Dr. Marisa Bryson poses with Skelley, which is used for descriptive purposes.

Reset Physical Therapy & Wellness is located in College Plaza's interior complex between The Grateful Dog and Pescado's Burritos at 259 North Broad St., Suite 4, in Brevard. Those unable to attend the grand opening festivities can call (828) 883-3141, visit the website or schedule a free Discovery Visit.


Reset Physical Therapy & Wellness was launched in January by Brevard native Dr. Marisa Merrill Bryson, PT DPT OCS. Bryson specializes in manual physical therapy, which employs hands on therapeutic techniques to decrease pain and increase mobility and restore functional movement patterns.


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