Making WV Better... One Patient at a Time

Shinnston

Clinic

Allson Hacker

Alison “Paige” Hacker

PT, DPT, OCS

Alison "Paige" Hacker earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science in 2014 from West Virginia Wesleyan College. She graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree (DPT) in 2017 from West Virginia University. Paige joined the Mountain State team after graduation and became the facility director of the Shinnston office in 2018. She earned recognition as a board certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) through the American Physical Therapy Association in July of 2020. Her interests include manual therapy, sports related injuries/prevention, and vestibular rehabilitation.

Kristen Maraney

PT, DPT, CMTPT, COMT

Kristen Maraney joined the Mountain State Physical Therapy team as staff physical therapist in June 2019. She has experience in the treatment of orthopedics, post-operative, sports medicine, and balance and fall prevention. Kristen is also a Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist (CMTPT), with comprehensive training in dry needling for orthopedic conditions. Kristen graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology from West Virginia University in 2014. She also received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from WVU in 2017. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, cheering on the Mountaineers, traveling, and staying active.
ERRIC WADDELL

Erric Waddell

PTA

Erric Waddell is a 2011 graduate of Pierpont Community and Technical College with a AAS Physical Therapist Assistant degree. Erric is board certified by the state of West Virginia. He has been employed with Mountain State Physical Therapy since 2002.
ASHLEY GRAHAM

Ashley Graham

PTA

Ashley earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Fairmont State University in 2015. She graduated with her Associate of Applied Science degree in Physical Therapist Assistant in May of 2018. Ashley started working for Mountain State Physical Therapy as a Physical Therapist aide and receptionist in 2014 and worked through college until she became licensed through the WV Board of Physical Therapy as a Physical Therapist Assistant.
Carrie Stancil

Carrie Stancil

Receptionist

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At Mountain State PT we are celebrating National Physical Therapy Month in October. We asked our therapists what they love about their profession & the responses were excellent!! Ben Ray runs our Weston office and Adam West is our Vice President of Operations & works at both the Clarksburg and Shinnston locations. ... See MoreSee Less

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Today at Mountain State PT we celebrated “Cancer Awareness”. This past year our employees lost several family members or had loved ones diagnosed with cancer. Our President Andy Barrish fought his own battle with cancer this past summer. Today we wore purple bows and made signs supporting those still fighting & those who have passed on. Please visit donate3.cancer.org & make a donation to help fight cancer! ... See MoreSee Less

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Another Mountain State success story!
Addie Elliott is currently a junior at North Marion High School and has participated in cross country, basketball, and track. Addie arrived at our Mannington facility in June of 2020 with complaints of severe R hip/groin pain a diagnosis of hip labral tear and femoroacetabular impingement. Addie underwent physical therapy with some success, but continued to have pain with running long distances. Addie underwent surgery in mid February of 2021 to address the labral tear and reshape her femoral head. Addie was staring at 5-6 months of rehab before she could return to running and sports participation.
In late March Addie began her physical therapy treatment with Chris Moore who is a Board-Certified Specialist in both Orthopedics and Sports. Treatment began with hands-on stretching/massage techniques and isolated strengthening, but eventually progressed to a grueling regimen of core and hip strengthening and sports-specific training. Addie displayed a fantastic work ethic and attitude that aided in her progress. By mid-July she had returned to full participation in running and cross-country.
A few weeks ago Addie set a personal record time during a meet and last week earned All Conference recognition at the Big Ten meet. Tomorrow Addie will participate in the Region 1 cross country meet. Good luck Addie! It is great to see you doing what you love again!
We would also like to wish good luck to current patient Maylie Bland and the entire North Marion CC team!
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