Hours

  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
  • Saturday, Sunday: Closed

Physical Therapy Services

  • Ankle and foot injuries and conditions
  • Arthritis and joint replacement
  • Athletic injuries and overuse conditions
  • Balance and vestibular disorders
  • Cervical spine and temporomandibular joint dysfunction
  • Concussion
  • Elbow, wrist and hand injury and conditions
  • Home-based early intervention (birth to three)
  • Knee injury and conditions
  • Neurorehabilitation for stroke, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury and movement disorders and Parkinson's
  • Non-arthritic hip conditions and hip preservation
  • Oncologic therapy with emphasis on breast, lung, head and neck cancers and bone marrow transplantation
  • Osteoporosis
  • Pelvic floor dysfunction associated with pregnancy and childbirth, prostate cancer, urinary and bowel incontinence, constipation and sexual dysfunction
  • Rehabilitation for physical decline or frailty
  • Shoulder injury and conditions
  • Spine injury and conditions
  • Pediatric and high-risk pediatric services

Providers

A photo of Ivan Mulligan.
Ivan Mulligan, PT, DSc, ATC
West Virginia University
Job Title
Associate Professor and Chair, Division of Physical Therapy
Background and Training
MS, California University of Pennsylvania, 1993; DSc, Rocky Mountain University, 2003; MPT, Gannon University, 1995

Dr. Mulligan is a board-certified clinical specialist in sports physical therapy and certified athletic trainer.  His areas of specialty include the evaluation and treatment of athletes with shoulder dysfunction, and non-athletes with orthopedic conditions.  He has worked with athletes from all levels (Little league to Olympic) for rehabilitation, performance and wellness programs.

 
A photo of Mary Beth Mandich.
Mary Beth Mandich, PT, PhD
West Virginia University
Job Title
Professor and Vice Dean Professional and Undergraduate Programs
Background and Training
PhD, Developmental Psychology, West Virginia University, (Kathleen McCluskey, PhD) major: infancy; minor: developmental neurobiology, 1985; MS, Physical Therapy, Medical College of Virginia, certification in therapeutic exercise curriculum, 1979; BS, Physical Therapy, Medical College of Virginia, summa cum laude, Adolph D. Willaims Scholar, 1976

Dr. Mandich is a pediatric physical therapist with specialization in neonatal care and high-risk development. She is a member of our multi-disciplinary team in the WVU Medicine pediatric high-risk clinic and provides physical therapy services for the West Virginia Birth to Three program. Dr. Mandich also provides services to children in our multi-disciplinary clinic in conjunction with our speech and occupational therapy pediatric specialists.

A photo of Corrie Mancinelli.
Corrie A. Mancinelli, PT, PhD
West Virginia University
Job Title
Professor & Assistant Dean of Clinical Operations
Background and Training
PhD, West Virginia University, 1994; BS, Physical Therapy West Virginia University, 1985

Dr. Mancinelli is an orthopedic physical therapist with specialization in physical therapy evaluation and rehabilitation for individuals with arthritic and non-arthritic hip dysfunction and other musculoskeletal conditions. She also has specialty practice in vestibular rehabilitation and evaluation and treatment of dancers.

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Renee Riffle McGinnis, DPT
West Virginia University
Job Title
Assistant Professor, Residency Program Director
Background and Training
DPT, West Virginia University - Morgantown, West Virginia, 2007

Renee McGinnis is a board-certified clinical specialist in orthopedic physical therapy with emphasis in physical therapy evaluation and rehabilitation for individuals with cervical spine and temporomandibular dysfunction and lumbar spine dysfunction. She also has advanced training in manual therapy and specialty practice in the management of chronic pain. Ms. McGinnis is the director of the residency physical therapy programs at WVU and is the coordinator of the orthopedic residency training program.

A photo of Cheryl Brandmeir.
Cheryl Brandmeir, MPT
West Virginia University
Job Title
Assistant Professor
Background and Training
MS, Ithaca College - Ithaca, New York, 2003; BS, Ithaca College - Ithaca, New York, 2002

Cheryl Brandmeir is a neurorehabilitation physical therapist with emphasis in evaluation and intervention of individuals with movement disorders. She has advanced specialty training in Parkinson disease and is part of a multi-disciplinary team of providers in our Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute.

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Megan Burkart, DPT
West Virginia University
Job Title
Assistant Professor
Background and Training
DPT, West Virginia University, 2013

Megan Burkart is a board-certified clinical specialist in oncologic physical therapy with advanced training in physical therapy evaluation and rehabilitation for individuals with breast and lung cancers, head and neck cancers and bone marrow transplantation. She also has advanced specialty training in lymphedema and chronic pain management and is coordinator of our oncology physical therapy residency program.

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Melissa L Henry, DPT
West Virginia University
Job Title
Assistant Professor
Background and Training
BS, Fairmont State University, 2010; DPT, West Virginia University, 2013

Melissa Henry is a board-certified clinical specialist in orthopedic physical therapy with emphasis in physical therapy evaluation and rehabilitation for individuals with musculoskeletal conditions. She has specialty practice in rehabilitation following ACL reconstruction of the knee and shoulder arthroscopic surgery, as well as overuse syndromes.

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Justin Payette, DPT
West Virginia University
Job Title
Assistant Professor
Background and Training
BS, University of Northwestern, 2006; DPT, Marquette University, 2010

Justin Payette is a board-certified clinical specialist in sports physical therapy with emphasis in concussion rehabilitation and other sports related injuries. He has spent a large part of his professional career working with NCAA Divison One athletes for rehabilitation following knee and shoulder injuries as well as neurocognitive and balance deficits in collegiate aged football players with and without a clinical diagnosis of concussion.

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Teresa A Rice, PT, EdD
West Virginia University
Job Title
Associate Professor
Background and Training
MS, Special Education and Brain Injury, George Washington University, 2007; MS, Public Health, WVU, 2012; EdD, West Virginia University, 2018; BS, Exercise Physiology, West Virginia University, 1996; BS, Physical Therapy, West Virginia University, 1998

Dr. Rice is a board-certified clinical specialist in neurologic physical therapy with emphasis in physical therapy evaluation and rehabilitation for individuals with vestibular dysfunction, balance disorders, traumatic brain injury, stroke and spinal cord injury. She is part of a multi-disciplinary team that provides comprehensive vestibular and balance assessments for dizziness and other balance disorders.

A photo of Carol Waggy.
Carol A. Waggy, PT, PhD
West Virginia University
Job Title
Associate Professor
Background and Training
PhD, West Virginia University, 1995; PT, West Virginia University, 1980

Dr. Waggy is a certified hand therapist who specializes in trauma and other conditions affecting the elbow, wrist and hand. She has expertise in tendon injury and repair and complex wrist conditions. Dr. Waggy is a member of the WVU Medicine multi-disciplinary hand surgery team.