Seth Oberst PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS

“I teach people how to regulate their bodily systems through movement and to re-take control of their own function and eliminate pain by becoming more resilient. Humans are walking ecosystems and in order to function properly we must learn how to integrate the body and the mind, something often lost in modern-day culture.”

When our systems become dysregulated due to stress, our perceptions of ourselves are altered and self-regulation is lost – we no longer feel in sync with our body. I work with people who are experiencing symptoms such as persistent pain, fatigue, rigid movements, psychological and muscular tension, worry, poor decisions, insecurities, the list goes on and on… due in large part to a disconnect between body and mind. Often this disconnect occurs because of trauma (whether emotional or physical). 

Conditions I 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

Seth Oberst joined One on One Physical Therapy in 2015 after practicing in Greenville, South Carolina. Seth received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Ohio University and has undergone extensive post-graduate training through an APTA-credentialed residency culminating in board certification in Sports Physical Therapy.

Seth is sought by a diverse population of clients from those with chronic pain, fibromyalgia, fatigue syndromes, and stress to competitive athletes.

In addition to his clinical practice, Seth has performed and presented research on motor control and fatigue at national conferences for clinician scientists, provides continuing education for healthcare professionals, and regularly consults with fellow physiotherapists and coaches. He maintains a thriving website,SethOberst.com, where he writes frequently on body-mind topics.

When not treating patients Seth leads an active life in which he is an avid hiker and photographer. He enjoys cooking and being with his wife and puppy.