In Pursuit of excellent care.

Physical Therapist in Denver, NC

What we have to offer at Pursuit

Below are my 4 main services

Dry Needling

Use of non-medicated needles and electrical stimulation to improve tissue mobility and reduce pain

Spinal Manipulation and Mobilization

Techniques to improve joint mobility and reduce pain.

Manual Therapy

Hands on techniques like cupping and soft tissue work, including joint mobilization of the upper and lower extremities.

Exercise Prescription

Movement tailored specifically for your mobility, strength, and flexibility needs in order to return to sport or activity.

The Value of Pursuit:

Eliminating Pain So You Can Pursue Your Goals:

. Identify The Problem
. Attack The Problem
. Build Resiliency for Prevention

Initial Consultation

For new patients or new plans of care. This consultation will be an opportunity for an individualized evaluation of your concerns, as well as an initiation of treatment. You’ll leave with an understanding of the problem, a plan for treatment, and your home plan so you can continue to make progress outside the clinic.

$135

Follow-up Session

At follow-up sessions we will make an assessment of progress, as well as continue our test & retest model to be sure we are continuing to move in the right direction. We will progress treatment, movement and make sure your concerns are addressed from all angles.

$90

Pursuit Performance

For established athletes and patients that want to address the normal aches and pains that come along with consistent training, or want to take care of their body to take their performance to the next level. This option allows patients to choose the length of treatment to suit their needs. These sessions may include a variety of recovery and treatment techniques such as mobility work, soft tissue work, dry needling, cupping, spinal manipulation, as well as exercise prescription and modification as needed.

$90/Hour

*Pursuit Performance sessions are also offered as 5 or 10 session packages or as a monthly membership for a discounted rate. Contact Dr. Lineberger if you are interested in utilizing those options*

**At Pursuit, there will always be full transparency about the costs of services. There will be no additional fees associated with your treatments, and we promise you won’t receive a bill in the mail for additional items. **

Dr. Chelsea Lineberger, DPT, FAAOMPT, CF-L1

Dr. Lineberger is a physical therapist, fellowship trained manual therapist, and CrossFit Level 1 trainer. She grew up in Sherrills Ford, NC and is excited bring her skills closer to home to serve the community that gave so much to her growing up.

Dr. Lineberger attended Appalachian State University and graduated in 2014 with a degree in Exercise Science, then attended Duke University for her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, finishing in 2017. Shortly after PT school, Dr. Lineberger was accepted into a fellowship in orthopedic and manual physical therapy to refine her skills and continue her pursuit of providing excellent care.

Dr. Lineberger has experience treating patients of all ages and abilities, as well as conditions and diagnoses ranging from head to toe. She has special interest in headaches & jaw pain (TMD) as well as the foot & ankle.

Outside the clinic you can probably find her hiking with her husband, Drew, and their pup, Harley, or inside the gym at CrossFit DHF.

Dr. Chelsea Lineberger, DPT, FAAOMPT, CF-L1

Dr. Lineberger is a physical therapist, fellowship trained manual therapist, and CrossFit Level 1 trainer. She grew up in Sherrills Ford, NC and is excited bring her skills closer to home to serve the community that gave so much to her growing up.

Dr. Lineberger attended Appalachian State University and graduated in 2014 with a degree in Exercise Science, then attended Duke University for her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, finishing in 2017. Shortly after PT school, Dr. Lineberger was accepted into a fellowship in orthopedic and manual physical therapy to refine her skills and continue her pursuit of providing excellent care.

Dr. Lineberger has experience treating patients of all ages and abilities, as well as conditions and diagnoses ranging from head to toe. She has special interest in headaches & jaw pain (TMD) as well as the foot & ankle.

Outside the clinic you can probably find her hiking with her husband, Drew, and their pup, Harley, or inside the gym at CrossFit DHF.
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Dr. Chelsea Lineberger, DPT, FAAOMPT, CF-L1

Dr. Lineberger is a physical therapist, fellowship trained manual therapist, and CrossFit Level 1 trainer. She grew up in Sherrills Ford, NC and is excited bring her skills closer to home to serve the community that gave so much to her growing up.

Dr. Lineberger attended Appalachian State University and graduated in 2014 with a degree in Exercise Science, then attended Duke University for her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, finishing in 2017. Shortly after PT school, Dr. Lineberger was accepted into a fellowship in orthopedic and manual physical therapy to refine her skills and continue her pursuit of providing excellent care.

Dr. Lineberger has experience treating patients of all ages and abilities, as well as conditions and diagnoses ranging from head to toe. She has special interest in headaches & jaw pain (TMD) as well as the foot & ankle.

Outside the clinic you can probably find her hiking with her husband, Drew, and their pup, Harley, or inside the gym at CrossFit DHF.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a referral from my physician?

No. The state of North Carolina does not require a physician’s referral to start care with a physical therapist. If you have questions about seeing your physician first, Dr. Lineberger is happy to discuss with you prior to your appointment.

What should I wear?

Clothes that are comfortable to move in and allow for manual therapy, if needed. If you are seeking treatment for the low back/hip/knee/ankle area, shorts or loose pants are best. If seeking treatment for the neck/shoulder/elbow/hand region, a tank or sports bra that exposes the shoulder blade is best.

What types of payment do you accept?

Cash, check, credit, debit, HSA/FSA

Why don’t you accept insurance?

Current insurance reimbursement rates are forcing physical therapy clinics to treat multiple patients at one time to maintain profits. At Pursuit, I believe that one-on-one care is best for both the patient and the provider. I also believe that your insurance company should not dictate what is best treatment for the patient.

If you are interested in submitting for reimbursement from your insurance provider, I can prepare a superbill for you to submit toward your out-of-network benefits.

What diagnoses do you treat?

At Pursuit, Dr. Lineberger is able to treat musculoskeletal issues and injuries from head to toe. From headaches to plantar fasciitis and all the sprains, strains, and pains in between. If you have questions about whether Pursuit is the place to address your concerns, fill out the contact form below, or give Dr. Lineberger a call at 704-340-8045.

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