Making WV Better... One Patient at a Time

Clarksburg

Clinic

ADAM WEST

ADAM WEST

PT, DPT,OCS

Adam earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Applied Exercise Science and Human Performance in 2002 from West Virginia University. He received a Master's degree in Physical Therapy from West Virginia University in 2003. Adam completed orthopedic manual residency training through Evidence in Motion in 2009 and became a certified orthopedic specialist in 2010 through the American Physical Therapy Association. He earned his Doctorate degree in Physical therapy from Evidence in Motion in 2013. Adam has been the facility director of the Shinnston office of Mountain State Physical Therapy since 2006 & now is the facility director of our Clarksburg office. (2018) His particular interests include manual therapy of the spine, pelvis, and extremities. Adam is also certified in Graston Technique and Functional Dry Needling.
TRACI BONSALL

TRACI BONSALL

PTA

In 1991, Traci graduated from Salem College, cum laude, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training and Physical Education. In 2000, she graduated from Fairmont State University, cum laude, as a Physical Therapist Assistant. Since graduation,Traci has worked in a variety of physical therapy settings, including inpatient rehabilitation, acute care and outpatient clinics. She joined the staff at Mountain State Physical Therapy in July 2009.
SHIELA ELSEY

SHIELA ELSEY

Receptionist

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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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