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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.
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SHIELA ELSEY

Receptionist

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Another Mountain State Physical Therapy success story! A few weeks back, the West Virginia State High School Track Championships were held in Charleston. At our Mannington office we had a few former patients who became State Champions and helped lead the North Marion girls track team to a 2nd place finish. The young ladies are Abby Masters and Trinity Hine.
We will start with Abby as she had a very long road back to track competition. Abby underwent a serious knee surgery in March of 2020 to correct recurring patellar dislocation. Abby began PT in late March with Board-Certified Orthopedic Specialist Chris Moore despite the COVID-19 crisis and continued uninterrupted through September of 2020. Abby completed a grueling progression of knee, hip, and core strengthening, hands-on stretching/massage, and eventually intense plyometrics and cutting drills. Abby endured this intense program…all while wearing a mask. She eventually returned to soccer mid-season, playing goalie. However, Abby’s true reward was her exceptional day at the State Track Meet….what a day she had! A 1st place finish in the 4x200, 2nd in the 4x400, 2nd in the 200m, and 3rd in the 100m.
As for Trinity Hine, she came to our Mannington office midway through track season with complaints of pain in both hips due to bilateral hip flexor tendonitis. Trinity had begun the track season performing well, but then started suffering significantly. Her goals of qualifying for the state meet competing for championships was slipping away. Trinity’s treatment consisted of soft tissue massage, manual stretching/hip mobilization, eccentric strengthening, rock taping, and iontophoresis. Trinity returned for the Regional and the State Meet, also becoming a State Champ as a member of the 4x200 team and 2nd in the 4x400.
Congratulations again to Abby and Trinity! We would also like to congratulate the entire North Marion track team and Coaches Jeff Crane and Keri Bland Richardson on a successful season!
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Mountain State Physical Therapy would like to wish everyone a happy and safe Independence Day! God bless the USA! ... See MoreSee Less

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Mountain State Physical Therapy would like to congratulate the North Marion baseball team on their regional championship and we wish them luck in the state tournament tomorrow! At our Mannington Clinic we have had the privilege of working with several of these young men and their coaches. We wish you a great ending to an already successful season! ... See MoreSee Less

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