Work With Me

I offer in-person consultations, remote consultations, and a combination of both.

In-Person Appointments

I work with clients in Atlanta, Georgia. Evaluations are 75 minutes in length, in which we will assess your issues and devise a plan to address them. Follow-up visits are 60 minutes in length and are individualized according to the state of your body at that time in combination with our goals.

 

​​Online Consultations

Online consults are available to help you to reduce stress and improve your self-regulation by learning to unblock patterns of defense in your body. Email info@sethoberst.com for more information. 

phone: 404.257.1344 | fax: 833.220.8666 | email: seth@theholisticpt.com

Frequently Asked Questions

Who do you work with?
  • People who are suffering from chronic or persistent pain, fibromyalgia, or chronic fatigue
  • Orthopedic pain anywhere in the body, including headaches and TMJ dysfunction
  • People with a history of trauma (physical or emotional) – often in tandem with a psychologist/counselor
  • People who feel stiff or tight
  • Sensory processing disorders including visual and auditory and their impact on movement and balance
  • People with high work or life stress, anxiety and/or depression
Do you perform in-person consultations?

I work with clients at Atlanta PT in Atlanta, GA. You will see me, and only me, for at least 1 hour on every visit where we will perform a complete movement behavior assessment to determine a plan of treatment. 

The clinic is located in Smyrna/Vinings within 10-20 minutes from downtown Atlanta, Buckhead, Midtown, Sandy Springs, East Cobb, Marietta, Douglasville, and Powder Springs. Please feel free to contact my office by clicking the icon below for information on setting up an appointment. 

Do you offer video/phone consultations?

Online consults are available to help you to reduce stress and improve your self-regulation by learning to unblock patterns of defense in your body. Fill out the form below for more information

Can you learn to regulate yourself?

Yes, with proper teaching and learning, we discover new ways of moving, doing, and being. Learning to regulate oneself, to become aware, is one of the most important things we can do for ourselves and each other.

My mission is to help you learn how to do exactly that.

What People Are Saying

“After my second elbow surgery, I was searching for any way possible to get back on to the field as quickly as possible. Without Seth and his knowledge of the body and mind, I would not be where I am today. Thanks to his patience, energy, and commitment, I was able to reconnect my mind and body. He’s helped me in so many ways – both in throwing a baseball and in life.”

Aaron Barrett, Relief MLB Pitcher, Washington Nationals

Washington Post – Aaron Barrett’s comeback is full of miracles. But he wants one more.

“I worked with Seth while I was in Atlanta and it was the best decision I’ve made! He made such a difference in my overall body function and movement patterns. Seth looks at movement in SUCH a different way than any PT i’ve met (and I’m an OT!). I am planning on going to his course this Fall so that I can integrate some of his activities within my own practice.”

Samantha Goldman

“After battling debilitating back pain for over 8 years I was referred to Seth by my physician. All I can say is wow and thank you. His approach to body, movement, and pain is so different to any other treatment option I had experienced. I had tried injections, various medications, multiple surgeries and even an implant device and, while they all helped, nothing seemed to last or provide long term solutions. I’m now back riding my bike and living a much more enjoyable and meaningful life again with my family. Thank you Seth.”

Rick H.

“Seth changed my life! I was having chronic pain for 5 years. I went from being an athlete to having intermittent pain all over. I had been to a ton of different providers and couldn’t get any answers or see any progress. He had such a different aproach and knew exactly how to calm my body’s system to stop the cycle of pain and the anxiety that went along with it. After seeing provider after provider I was so skeptical that one person was going to make a difference, but my husband pushed me to go see him. And I’m so grateful he did!”

Abree Nelson

By integrating body and mind you can regain mastery of your own life.
Learn how to discover new ways of moving, doing, and being.

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