Mountain State Physical Therapy is proud to announce the addition of physical therapist Nick Landry to our staff at the Mannington location.Nick is a recent graduate from West Virginia University. In his 9 years at WVU, Nick earned his Bachelors of Science in Exercise Physiology, Masters of Science in Exercise Physiology and earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Nick has an interest in orthopedic, manual and sport physical therapy. During his free time Nick enjoys weight lifting/power lifting, golfing and exploring the wild and wonderful sites of West Virginia. To schedule an appointment with Nick call our Mannington office at 304-986-9007.
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💡 Employee Spotlight 💡
Paige Hacker PT, DPT, OCS
Paige is a Physical Therapist at our Shinnston location and has been working with Mountain State for 5 years. More about Paige!
1. What is your favorite movie or show?
My favorite movie is Coach Carter, and my favorite TV show is Grey’s Anatomy!
2. What is your favorite type of music/artist?
I enjoy most genres of music, but I especially like county…. Luke Combs is my favorite!
3. What is your least favorite chore?
Doing the dishes… thank goodness for dishwashers!
4. What is your biggest pet peeve?
Loud obnoxious chewing and noises.
5. What is your favorite thing about West Virginia?
Where to begin… the people, the culture, the scenery, and WVU basketball! Let’s go Mountaineers!
6. What patients do you like to treat and why are they your favorite?
I enjoy treating most conditions and populations from geriatrics to pediatrics, but I especially love working with athletes. In high school, I severely sprained my ankle and went through several months of physical therapy to return to sport. I instantly fell in love with the profession and knew this is what I wanted to do with the rest of my life. There is something a little extra special about helping an athlete return to sport and overcome the emotional and physical obstacles of an injury. ... See MoreSee Less
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💡Employee Spotlight! 💡
Get to know Ben Ray PT, DPT, OCS.
Ben is a Physical Therapist and Clinical Director at our Weston location and has been serving Mountain State for 5 years. Before schooling, Ben served as an Army Ranger for 6 years and obtained his degree afterwards! Other fun facts about Ben:
*What superpower would you want if you were able to have one?
The ability to fly over potholes. (We can all relate to this one)
*Who is your favorite artist or band?
*What is your favorite thing about West Virginia?
The rural nature of the state. I love the holes, forests, rivers, and everything they allow us to explore and live off of.
*What patients do you like to treat and why?
Patients with spine disorders. I believe what we do with our hands, corrective individual exercise programs, and other tools at our disposal is what is most important to improve their experience long-term. ... See MoreSee Less