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Mountain State Physical Therapy provides individualized, hands on, outpatient physical therapy services to our clients.

What we do

Mountain State Physical Therapy is proud to offer the highest level of clinical expertise and patient care for our clients.

Our Mission

To provide citizens of North Central West Virginia with the highest quality of Physical Therapy available anywhere in the country.

Our Services

Physiotherapy services from Professional Physical Therapists

Orthopedic Physical Therapy Orthopedic Physical Therapy
Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation
Spine Rehabilitation Spine Rehabilitation
Chronic Headache Treatment Program Chronic Headache Treatment Program
Manual Therapy Manual Therapy
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Gabe Wilson

PT, DPT, OCS

In 2012, Gabe graduated from West Virginia University with his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology. Gabe continued his education at WVU and completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2015. Gabe joined Mountain State Physical Therapy directly following graduation and has enjoyed taking multiple continuing education courses to specialize in Orthopedic Manual Therapy. In Spring 2018, Gabe became a certified orthopedic specialist.

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Mountain State Success Story

Another Mountain State PT success story! Cara Minor was a standout high school basketball and softball player at North Marion High School and played through a left shoulder injury. In 2019, Cara began her collegiate basketball career at Shepherd University. Unfortunately, early in her Freshman basketball season, she reinjured her L shoulder and was forced to undergo a SLAP/labral repair to stabilize her L shoulder.Cara’s surgery was performed in early March 2020 and began physical therapy at our Mannington office in April of 2020 under the direction of Board-Certified Sports Specialist Chris Moore. Her treatment began with very gentle hands-on stretching to regain shoulder range of motion and slowly progressed to gentle strengthening. Cara eventually progressed to aggressive strengthening, plyometrics, and basketball-specific overhead activities. In total, Cara spent 4 months in physical therapy and her hard work has paid off! Cara has now resumed her basketball career at Shepherd University and was finally able to get back into game action a few weeks ago (after some lengthy COVID-19 delays). Congrats Cara on a successful recovery! We wish you luck in your collegiate basketball and academic careers!!

Board Certified Clinical Specialists

Physical Therapists

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Andy Barrish

PT, OCS, FAAOMPT, ATC, CSCS

Certified

Chris Moore

PT, MPT, OCS, SCS, CSCS

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Adam West

PT, DPT, OCS

Certified

Benjamin D. Ray

PT, DPT, OCS

Certified

Alison “Paige” Hacker

PT, DPT, OCS

Certified

Gabe Wilson

PT, DPT, OCS

Certified

Ryder Witherell

PT, DPT, OCS

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Another Mountain State success story! Amara Mason first arrived at our Mannington office in March of 2020 as a Senior track athlete at North Marion High School. Amara had a previous severe hamstring strain that had turned into a chronic condition called “hamstring syndrome”. The initial injury had resulted in scar tissue and sciatica, sending burning pain and numbness down her leg. Amara began treatment with Chris Moore, who is a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in both Orthopedic and Sports physical therapy. Treatment consisted of neural mobilization techniques, dry needling, soft tissue massage, and strengthening of the hamstrings, glutes, and core. Initially, progress was slow, but Amara and Chris continued to work and tweak the treatment until she had returned to pain-free sprinting and running hurdles by July.
Amara is now running track at the University of Charleston where she participates in 100 meter and 400 meter hurdles and has began pole vaulting as well. Amara recently finished 5th in the 400 meter hurdles at a meet in Morgantown against numerous Division 1 track teams. Congrats Amara on your successful recovery and good luck in your track career at UC!
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