Sabina K. Kapasi, MSPT, ATC-L

Sabina Kapasi (former Weaver)
received her BS in Exercise Science in 1991, followed by her Masters in Physical Therapy from Neumann University in 1998. She quickly found her passion in pelvic floor therapy and was certified in 1999. Sabina has been treating in Greenville since 2004, specializing in pelvic pain and dysfunction in women, men, and children. She received extra training in children’s urology and is one of only a few therapists in the Upstate that specializes in men’s pelvic health, including prostate care. She is also certified in dry needling to relieve muscle tightness and soft tissue pain. Her passion and enthusiasm motivates her patients to work hard, giving them a hope of a healthier life that quickly gets them back to the activities they enjoy. In her spare time, Sabina enjoys spending time with her husband and 4 children. She is also passionate about her faith, friends, fitness, and work.

Sabina Weaver, MSPT, provides specialized treatments including dry needling, biofeedback, myofascial release, and pelvic floor therapy to meet each individual’s needs, both mind, body, and spirit.

Karin Newsome CYI, CPT, GFI

Karin is a certified group exercise, pilates and yoga instructor; and personal trainer, as well. Karin has much experience as she has been in the fitness arena for over two decades. Her lifelong exploration into health and fitness began when she began practicing gymnastics as a girl. As an adult, she passed on her love of gymnastics to the children of her community, coaching youngsters 3-14 years old. In addition, Karin began studying yoga when, as a young mother, she went back to college to earn her first degree in horticulture. She is presently trained and certified in Hatha, Vinyasa and Restorative yoga. She enjoys working with the seniors of her community through chair yoga classes, which she will be offering at His Therapy.

Karin also has studied a form of dance called Raqs Sharki, commonly known as classical Egyptian dance. She studied for nearly 5 years with a world reknowned instructor, Jasmin Jahal. After a health crisis that was not resolved after years of conventional medicine, Karin went back to college and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Dietetics. These experiences lead her to work to combine all of her knowledge and personal experience to help her others make better dietary choices along with fitness routines to help them achieve their weight loss, health and fitness goals.

“I look forward to serving the Greenville area community through yoga, stretching and personal training at His Therapy Wellness Center. I genuinely enjoy empowering others by sharing my knowledge and experience so that they can realize their dietary and fitness goals. These things ultimately allow them to live life as fully as possible, to live life the they way they want to.”

Yvonne Ferriulo, PT

Yvonne has a history in the performing arts with a focus in dance, yoga and pilates. Her passion is now Physical Therapy, and holds additional certification in the field of Pelvic Health. Yvonne graduated with her BFA in Dance from The University of Texas and her DPT from the University of St. Augustine in Austin, TX.

After graduation, she practiced as a travel PT in Mississippi, and Oklahoma before settling in South Carolina. She, her boyfriend and their two dogs loves the mountains. Hiking, watching leaves change in the Fall, and finding hole-in-wall restaurants are some of her favorite things to do.

Yvonne looks forward to being a part of your health journey here at His Therapy.

Abby M Kieffer, SPTA, BS Kinesiology, ACSM CPT, ACSM EIM-2

Abby is a student physical therapist assistant from Greenville Technical College. She graduated from the University of Tennessee in 2018 with her Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology. After graduation, she moved to Greenville and became a clinical exercise specialist. Her passion for helping others become the best version of themselves through fitness lead her to the physical therapy profession. She is enthusiastic about patient-centered health care and excited to learn from both clinicians and patients. In her free time, Abby enjoys hiking with her husband and their dog, Halo.