Special Services:

Lymphedema
Neurological Rehabilitation
Pediatrics

Clerical/Support Staff

Jessica Riggleman, Office Manager
Lisa Sorteberg, Receptionist

Tammy Bourelle, Transcriptionist

Nicole Wiland, Physical Therapy Technician

Scott Whetzel, Physical Therapy Technician

ROMNEY STAFF

A graduate of West Virginia School of Physical Therapy in 1998, Tracy also has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from Shepherd College where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. Upon graduation she was employed at Pendleton Nursing Home and Pendleton Outpatient Therapy.

 

Tracy joined Progressive Physical Therapy in December of 2002. Her special interests include strokes and dysfunctions associated with the geriatric population, women’s health and post-mastectomy care. Tracy is also an active member of the APTA.

Theresa is a 1995 graduate from West Virginia University Division of Physical Therapy with a Bachelor’s Degree. After graduating, she was employed at Progressive Physical Therapy as a staff therapist until 2003. Prior to rejoining PPT, Theresa was employed with Hampshire County Schools providing PT to children with developmental delays and disabilities.

 

She also has provided continuing education to Hampshire County Teachers including back safety, proper lifting techniques and care for minor injuries. Theresa has experience in a variety of clinical areas including orthopedics, geriatrics, pediatrics and neurology. Her areas of interest include, but are not limited to, orthopedics with post operative knee and shoulder injuries, foot biomechanical issues and orthotic prescriptions, back diagnoses and children with Autism and Sensory Integration issues.

Hassel is a graduate of the Allegany College of Maryland PTA class of 2012 where he received honors for clinical excellence. Following graduation, Hassel worked in a variety of PT disciplines including: Home health, Skilled nursing, and aquatic therapy.  A former Progressive employee, Hassel returned to our Romney office in 2020.

Hassel's area of special interest includes post-surgical rehab of the shoulder, hip, knee and ankle, as well as gait and balance dysfunction. Hassel is a father of 2 and an avid outdoorsman. He appreciates how valuable and important it is to be active.  What he enjoys most about his career is returning people of all ages to the activities they love and enjoy.

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