828.273.3950 FAX: 828.585.2359 ColettiLymphaticCare@gmail.com

Physical & Lymphatic Therapy

Why Coletti Lymphatic Care is right for you

At Coletti Lymphatic Care we understand that while a few injuries can occur all-of-a-sudden, almost all are the result of several issues at once, or may be from old injuries that have caused enough dysfunction and discomfort for you to take notice. We look at your full health history because—alone or together—scars, movement patterns, muscles, nerves, and even organs, can be a source of pain. With over 30 years of experience, we may be able to help you connect the dots between several seemingly unrelated symptoms to find real and lasting healing.

Lymphedema Therapy

Coletti Lymphatic Care can treat primary (born with it or inherited) and secondary (acquired from surgery or trauma) lymphedema through the Gold Standard method of Combined Decongestive Therapy (CDT)…


MLD for Health & Well-Being

Manual lymph drainage is a gentle, slow, rhythmic technique. Because of its calming measured movements, MLD can help to lower blood pressure and heart rate by suppressing the Sympathetic Nervous System…


Adipofascial (Fat) Disorders

Lipedema, Dercum’s Disease, and Madelung’s Disease are not widely recognized in general healthcare. Unlike obesity, a fat disorder is an inflammatory condition that often has a hereditary component. With fat disorders…


Dry Needling

Dry Needling (also called Trigger Point Needling or Intramuscular Manual Therapy) is a technique allowed in North Carolina and provided by a licensed Physical Therapist. The technique uses a monofilament…


Scar Management

Old or new scars can have lasting effects on the body. Pain can occur directly at the site of the scar, or even at locations further away, where you would least expect it. Coletti Lymphatic Care uses the state-of-the-art…


Visceral (Internal Organ) Mobilization

This highly specialized technique acknowledges that pain can originate in and around our organs, mimicking musculo-skeletal pain in other regions of the body. Stress, multiple surgeries, inflammation, and trauma…


CVAC Exercise Pod (Intermittent Hypobaric Hypoxia)

By sitting back and relaxing in the CVAC Pod (Cyclical Variations in Adaptive Conditioning), your heart and lungs get an effortless conditioning effect in response to rapid and comfortable changes in barometric pressure.


Myofascial Release

Fascia is a type of connective tissue that provides a framework for our bodies. It is like a spiderweb, a suspension that is intertwined with all of our muscles, organs, bones, and circulation. One pull on that web through things like injury, scarring… 


— Where To Find Us —

Inside 8th Element
38 Rosscraggon Rd, Suite B, Asheville 28803

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HOURS: Monday – Friday 8:30 am to 6:00 pm
By appointment

Call 828.273.3950 to schedule • Referral Fax Line 828.585.2359
Please allow 24 hours for cancellations or to reschedule

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