Soulinee Goetsch MSPT, MA
With much passion of learning about the mysteries of the body, Soulinee pursued the path of physical therapy. In 1995 Soulinee graduated from North Georgia College with Masters of Science in Physical Therapy and started to practice in Asheville working with people after strokes and head injury.
In 2000, she moved to Portland OR where she worked at Oregon Health and Science University for 10 years working with a wide variety of patients. For four years Soulinee was part of multidisciplinary chronic pain team. There she engaged in more extensive study into the neuroscience of pain.
After practicing PT for about 10 years Soulinee noted the importance of emotional, mental and spiritual healing that is necessary for TOTAL physical healing to occur. Earning a Master’s in Counseling /Psychology helped her gain the knowledge to understand deeper processes that effect the function of the body in various ways and how to address them for resolution.
Her practice now is primarily manual based using a variety of techniques such as myofascial release, muscle energy, acupressure with certification in process acupressure, craniosacral, visceral manipulation by Jean Barral D.O., strain counterstrain, and zero balancing (a series of points that balance alignment and energy in the body). She has sub-speciality in women’s health issues to provide women of various ages with relief from pelvic pain and urinary incontinence. With a mind body approach clients can discover more about their body and how stress and emotional issues can effect their bodies in particular ways that create pain and dysfunction. With more knowledge about their unique mind/body system, along with appropriate treatment and exercise, clients will have the ability to reach optimum health and realize the Wealth of Health.