NORFOLK, Va. (WVEC) -- Just about all of us experience aches and pains here-and-there. For some of us, those aches and pains are more frequent, more serious, and could require therapy.

On Monday, November 14 from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., 13News Now is hosting a Web chat with representatives from Southeastern Physical Therapy to answer your questions on topics ranging from back and neck pain to Speech Therapy for kids.

Mobile users, tap here for the chat

About our Guests

Beth King is the director of the Adult neurological and pediatric therapy division, known as Southeastern Therapy for Kids. She is a Speech-language Pathologist and joined Southeastern Physical Therapy in 2004. Beth received her B.S. in speech-language pathology and audiology in 1997, and her M.S. in Speech-language Pathology in 1999 from Old Dominion University.

Beth works with patients who have difficulty with speech, language, voice, and cognitive function, as well as, patients who have oral-motor feeding difficulties. She has a wide range of experience with both the pediatric and adult population including those with oral aversion, articulation disorders, and communication disorders resulting from stroke, brain injury, and dementia.

Jeff Hartline received his B.S. in Chemistry and Biology from Oral Roberts University in 1986. In 1988, he received his Masters in Physical Therapy from Hahnemann Medical School.

Jeff’s clinical expertise is in the area of industrial rehabilitation and treatment of orthopedic and workers compensation injuries. He has taught functional capacity evaluation courses and provided clinical support for the Blankenship Corporation. Jeff holds a current certification in Blankenship Method for functional Capacity Evaluations. Jeff is proficient in the care of neck and back pain using the McKenzie Method.